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Court of appeals listens to arguments over abortion access in Arizona

The three-judge panel did not indicate when their decision would be released.

Arizona saw an increase in child deaths during 2021

Drownings, child neglect and firearms contributed to an increase in child deaths in Arizona during 2021.

Pima County expanding monkeypox vaccine availability

The county has permission from the state to make the vaccine easier to get.

Health insurance open enrollment sees lower premiums

Officials are pointing towards the Inflation Reduction Act for more affordable plans.

COVID numbers rising in Arizona again

Most of the state is considered having a medium transmission rate.

Missing Migrant Program Summit brings awareness to risk of migrant deaths

Officials from local, national and non-governmental agencies came together to exchange ideas.

Children see unusual rise in respiratory virus

Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, is seeing higher rates of cases in Arizona.

Yoga for addiction recovery and mental health expands among care providers

It has made its way into the mental and behavioral health field as a supporting tool in addiction recovery.

Arizona sees rise in traumatic injury and death

New report rising population is a key cause

21% increase in hotline calls for domestic violence center, most in history

The Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse has received over 8,000 calls just this year.

Fact Check Arizona: Ep. 4 Abortion and statewide races

Abortion misconceptions and changing stances are frequent in Arizona campaigns

Ketamine Therapy

Combined with psychotherapy, some studies show its success in treating a wide range of anxiety disorders.

‘Fresh food, fresh start’: Tucson cafe doubles as training program for people with mental illness

Located in downtown Tucson, Café 54 serves as an employment training program for people with mental health conditions or developmental disabilities.

Sierra Vista gets new fire station

The Department of Defense helped pay for the facility.

Pima County passes national number in bivalent booster administration

Pima County currently has 9% of eligible people who are 12 and up vaccinated with the new shot.

Bivalent boosters approved for ages 5 to 11

The FDA and CDC approved the usage of the drug on Oct. 12.

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