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Kristen Swingle, Vice President for the Cord Blood Registry, discusses benefits of cord blood banks.

AZ Illustrated Science Episode, April 9, 2013

Addiction treatment, Part 2; new county health director; cord blood research

Eddie’s Story: ‘Hopeless Cases’

Counselor uses troubled past to find new approaches to addiction treatment; Part 2 of 3

Lifting Chemical Ban Makes Way for Mine

Town of Florence agrees to change, but other challenges remain

College Student Lobby Group Scales Back

Legislation eliminates its primary funding from student fees

Low wage cooks

Fed Minimum Wage Would Exceed AZ's

Obama proposes $9 an hour; state is at $7.80

Pima County Suspends TB Screenings

National shortage of testing liquid prompts cutbacks

A page from the official White House blog about Deferred Action for undocumented immigrants.

Regents to Take Up 'Deferred Action' Tuition

Undocumented students now pay out-of-state rate

State representative Ann Kirkpatrick, talks about the recent changes in congress as well as the new found bipartisanship that is happening in the freshman class.

Kirkpatrick: Congress Better 2nd Time Around

In new term after 2-year break, Democrat says bipartisanship now evident

This holiday shopping season, merchants expect to make about forty percent of their annual sales. Experts say visitors from Mexico will provide one third of those purchases.

Retailers Mull Online Vs. Store Strategies

As e-commerce grows, businesses adjust, consumer scientist says

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, April 8, 2013

Tuition for 'Dreamers'; TUSD superintendent search; U.S. Rep. Kirkpatrick

Gold, Silver May Be Legal Tender in AZ

Bill passed Senate, moving through House; Dept of Revenue opposed

Group Will Study Human Trafficking

Brewer asks 15-member body to review state law, propose changes

TUSD Board Begins Superintendent Search

Outside firm to screen applicants; Pedicone will stay until replacement hired

Robin Charboneau (center) and her children, Anthony (left) and Darian (right).

Special Screening & Resource Fair April 16th

The film “Kind Hearted Woman” follows Robin Charboneau, an Oglala Sioux, on her journey of discovery, heartbreak and redemption. Tuesday, April 16th at 5:30 P.m., Berger Auditorium.

Tuition Down 11% at UA Law School

8 years of declining interest, enrollment cited

Immigration Reform Bill Due This Week

Senate 'Gang of 8' proposal will set off big political debate

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