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"Every Brilliant Thing"

On a special Arizona Spotlight, Tucsonans share how they cope, and suggestions for making better choices when dealing with anxiety, depression and stress.

Tucson Diocese Fires 10 Over Sexual Abuse Allegations

Church officials say safeguards are in place to protect children.

US Doubles Tribal Funding to Fight Violence Against Women

On some reservations, Native American women are killed at a rate more than 10 times the national average.

Vera Season 8: Darkwater

Vera is confronted with a tragic mystery when the dead body of a teenager is found floating in a reservoir.

Coronado National Forest Finalizes New Management Plan

The plan covers activities including mining, ranching and recreation in the roughly 2-million-acre forest.

NOVA : Transplanting Hope

Witness organ transplants as they unfold, and meet patients awaiting lifesaving donations.

Foothills Mall Set for Redevelopment

Pima County Supervisors approve rezoning, clearing the way for a multi-use district.

The Mayo Clinic: Faith - Hope - Science

Take a timely look at how one institution has met the changing demands of healthcare.

Authorities Unsure What Led ATV to Go Off Arizona Cliff

Search and rescue teams recovered the bodies of four men from the Phoenix area who plunged 400 feet off a cliff.

Interior Secretary to Lead Volunteer Project at Grand Canyon

Secretary Zinke's visit is intended to highlight maintenance projects at the park.

Free Third Thursday: Yappy Hour

https://moca-tucson.org/program/free-third-thursday-yappy-hour/

UA Researchers Seek New Applications for MRI Technology

The high-resolution scans are being used to help doctors treat patients with cerebral palsy.

Scientists Study Barn Owls To Understand Why People With ADHD Struggle To Focus

Scientists at Johns Hopkins University are studying barn owls to understand how the brain maintains focus.

The Miniaturist: Part Three

While Johannes and Marin fight for their lives, Nella takes charge of the household.

US Slashes Number of Refugees to 30,000 for Next Year

It makes two straight years of cutting the number of refugees the U.S. will accept, with last year's cap at 45,000.

Cochise County Declares State of Emergency Over Sewage Spill

Supervisors want state, federal governments to find a solution to the "international border situation."

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