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It is less likely now that someone like the mentally ill Vickie Logan will be arrested by a sheriff's deputy in a minor nuisance case, taken to the county jail and die a suicide now that the Crisis Response Center has opened on Tucson's South Side. Read more»

A number of local clergy - Protestant, Catholic and Jewish - are working with Interfaith Community Services to identify mental illness and help congregants seek treatment. With the pressures of the economic downtown, more people are suffering from stress leading to anxiety, depression and marital problems. Read more»

Arizonans still have a right to vote even though their home may be in foreclosure and their address may change before November, a voting rights group said Thursday. Read more»

Five hundred "Dreamer Information" sheets were distributed Monday at Pueblo High's cafeteria to hundreds of young people interested in avoiding deportation by attaining "deferred action" status as undocumented immigrants. Read more»