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Elective Bible Classes in Public Schools Now Law

Brewer signs bill that will require educators to offer curriculum

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

Jesse Kelly Wins GOP CD8 Special Primary

He will face Democrat Barber, Green Manolakis in June 12 congressional election

Ruanda Dolak, a Sierra Vista resident, talks about being diagnosed with a mental illness.

Arizona Illustrated: Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The impact of mental health budget cuts, Deepak Chopra in the kitchen, and more

Spiritual Leader Takes on the Kitchen

Deepak Chopra, physician and alternative medicine guru, talks about the importance of food

State Representative Matt Heinz (D) talks about state funding for mental health services in recent years.

Mental Health Funding Cuts Affect More Than Patients

State Rep. Matt Heinz says cuts trickle down to other state services


Summer Ahead: Skin Cancer Risk Increases

Five Tucson venues will offer free sunscreen dispensers

Web Feature: Bearing the Burden

Mental health budget cuts leave state agencies, community centers and patients struggling

Seeking Water from the Sun

This Arizona Public Media documentary explores the scientific effort to resolve the dilemma of clean water on the Navajo Nation. Sunday at 6 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Shopping Bags

More Mass Market Shakeout Coming in Retail

Investment in customers, technology will be key to survivability, expert says

Health Care debate

Contraceptive Coverage Bill Scaled Back

Revised version says only religious entities can deny health insurance

Hollywood at Home: The Great Train Robbery

Michael Crichton’s adaptation of his novel chronicling the first robbery of a moving train in 1855. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Compromise Offered on Electronic Billboards

Vetoed by governor, bill finds new life by limiting signs to Phoenix area

Tempe-Based First Solar Will Lay Off 2,000

Government-subsidized company says demand down, competition up

Local residents will be able to attend a lecture Cuba's political isolation from the United States on the UA campus on Wed 18 April with Speaker Rosa Lowinger. Director of the Drachman Institute at UA, R. Brooks Jeffery, discusses the upcoming lecture.

Cuban Conference Reveals New Side of Isolated Nation

University of Arizona lecture series explores Caribbean country's often overlooked modern architecture

daniel patterson

Supervisors Start Work to Replace Patterson

Panel named to ID 3 candidates for open legislative seat in Tucson

$10M OK'd for Pima County Road Repair

General fund dollars, rearranged transportation money, borrowing combined

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