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Brewer gives 'State of the State' for centennial

Gov. Jan Brewer spoke about the Jan. 8 shooting victims and said "the tears belong to Arizona" when she delivered her State of the State in Phoenix on Monday.... Read more»

Remembering Jan. 8

Friends, colleagues reflect on lives of the fallen

Friends and colleagues of those killed on Jan. 8, 2011, came together with clergy on Sunday at the University of Arizona to speak about the lives of those who touched them so deeply.... Read more»

Giffords told of shooting, improving 'leaps and bounds'

U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been told some details about the Jan. 8 mass shooting that left her in critical condition, her doctors said Friday. She is improving by "leaps and bounds in terms of neurological recovery," Kim said.... Read more»1

Loughner faces charges in Tucson courtroom Wednesday

Jared Lee Loughner will be arraigned Wednesday afternoon on 49 federal charges in the Jan. 8 mass shooting that killed 6 and wounded 13 others. It will be Loughner's first appearance in a Tucson courtroom.... Read more»

Giffords shooting

Loughner defense wants trial delayed a year

Defense attorneys for Jared Lee Loughner want to push back his trial at least one year past the date suggested by the judge in the case. Prosecutors responded by asking the judge to order a psychological examination to determine his fitness for trial.... Read more»

Jan. 8 autopsies: 3 of 6 victims shot in head

Three of the six people killed in the Jan. 8 mass shooting were shot in the head, according to autopsy reports released Monday. The others died from shots to the torso. (with complete documents)... Read more»

New indictment: Loughner facing 14 possible death penalty counts

A federal grand jury has returned a 49-count indictment against Jared Lee Loughner in the deaths of 6 and wounding of 13 in the Jan. 8 mass shooting. The charges include 14 for which the death penalty may be imposed.... Read more»

Judge denies motion to bar release of Jan. 8 autopsies

A motion by prosecutors to bar the release of autopsy reports on the victims of the Jan. 8 mass shooting has been denied by U.S. District Judge Larry Burns. The ruling does not mean the autopsies will necessarily be released, the judge wrote.... Read more»

Loughner lawyers complain prison giving psych records to FBI

Psychological and medical records of Jared Lee Loughner have been improperly given to the FBI by prison officials, his attorneys said in a court filing Wednesday. Defense attorneys said release of the information violates Loughner's Miranda rights and doctor/patient privilege.... Read more»

Prosecutors seek gag order on Jan. 8 autopsies

Federal prosecutors have asked that the autopsies of the victims of the Jan. 8 mass shooting not be released, and that the medical examiner not speak to the media.... Read more»

Guest opinion

One month later: We will not be deterred

In the frantic hours after a gunman attempted to assassinate U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, no one could have foreseen that the response to such an unspeakable tragedy would represent such a triumph of hope and resolve.... Read more»

'The hopes of a nation are here' - Text of Obama's speech

"I have come here tonight as an American who, like all Americans, kneels to pray with you today, and will stand by you tomorrow." Updated w/ additional photos.... Read more»

Brewer's 'State of the State' address in Tucson focuses on shootings

Like the speech delivered Monday in Phoenix, Gov. Jan Brewer's repeat of her "State of the State" address Tuesday in Tucson focused on the killing of 6 and wounding of 14 others Saturday morning.... Read more»

Giffords' husband expresses gratitude for outpouring of support

Mark Kelly, husband of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, released a statement Sunday night: "On behalf of Gabby and our entire family, I want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the people of Arizona and this great nation for their unbelievable outpouring of support."... Read more»