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As part of the Van of Hope crew, medical assistant Georgia Lozano attends to Tucson's homeless alongside two nurse practitioners, a behavioral health therapist, and a medically-trained care coordinator.

Web Feature: Help on Wheels

Van of Hope takes healthcare on the road to serve the homeless

Early Exposure to Adiposity/Obesity and the Role in Cancer Risk

2012 Research Frontiers in Nutritional Science Conference, "The Obesogenic Environment: Behavior, Biology, and Policy"

Bill Would Reduce Lawsuit Payouts

State lawmakers want to limit how much punitive damage plaintiffs can collect

Pima College Turnover Runs High

Former employees say Chancellor Flores' leadership partly to blame

Carl Hayden Bee Research Center Leader and Location Coordinator Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman, Ph.D. talks to us about their center and how it is involved in various programs dealing with bees such as their colonies' health, nutrition and control of Varroa mites.

Bees Drinking Beer? It's All for Science

Researchers in Tucson are working to help save bees from a destructive mite

Arizona Illustrated: Wednesday, March 14, 2012

CD8 GOP candidate Jesse Kelly, urban bees get active again, some drink beer

Republican Candidate Jesse Kelly is running to fill the vacancy in Congressional District 8.

CD8 Republican Candidate: Jesse Kelly

After losing narrowly to Giffords in 2010, he seeks seat in special election

AZ Home Foreclosures Fall Sharply

41% decline from year ago; national improvement was smaller

Dina Jadallah, a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, and Karim El-Saharty, a UA Student from Cairo, discuss how the ongoing revolutions and regime changes in the Middle East impact the United States.

Arab Spring Watched Closely From Tucson

Engaged UA students address Middle East revolutions, uprisings

Congratulations Bernadette Wilkinson

Your name pulled for the Arizona Theatre Company tickets!

Done Your Taxes? Better Get Going

IRS offers tips for a timely, accurate return; due date April 17

What's the Buzz? Backyard Beekeeping

Tucsonans see their honeymakers getting active with spring's arrival

Display at the University of Arizona Library of books used in the Mexican American Studies classes. (File photo, 2010)

Latino Group Brings 'Banned' Books to Tucson

TUSD denies they're banned; books moved when Mexican American Studies ruled illegal

Steve Dunn, president of the St. Patricks Day Parade of Tucson talks about the upcoming St. Pattys day parade and festival.

Arizona Shows Irish Pride in Annual Parade

St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival of Tucson holds milestone anniversary

Emily Yetman 2012 event coordinator for Cyclovia Tucson, a free five-mile celebration in which participants transport themselves on bicycles, tricycles, skates, sneakers and skateboards through some of Tucsons oldest and most eclectic neighborhoods.

Car-Free Celebration Comes to Southern Arizona

Organizers say "Cyclovia Tucson" is state's largest block party

Republican Congressional Candidate Martha McSally is running for the open congressional seat in district 8.

CD8 Republican Candidate: Martha McSally

Retired Air Force colonel running on military leadership experience

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