The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is proposing a rule that would make public housing across the country smoke-free. If it passes, the rule would affect around 4,300 units in Arizona.
A famous research foundation is turning the traditionally tedious and competitive process of awarding grants upside down by forming "dream teams." Now, two Arizona institutions have been selected to be part of a team to take on one of the most deadly — yet overlooked — forms of cancer.
The Obama administration says it will ask the Supreme Court to save its plans to shield from deportation millions of immigrants living in the country illegally. The appeal advances a legal confrontation with 26 states during a presidential race already roiled by disputes over U.S. immigration policy.
An immigrant woman who has spent the past 15 months living in a small Tucson church to avoid deportation is going back to her home in Arizona and will be allowed to remain in this country, her lawyer said Wednesday.
The Department of Health Service says the campaign launched by the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease is designed to promote and support prevention of the human immunodeficiency virus, which causes AIDS.