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Jim Tucker (center) and his wife Doris at a remembrance of the Jan. 8 attack, Wednesday morning at the University of Arizona Medical Center.

A victim of the Jan. 8 attack reflects on his choices: "Faith and forgiveness are the result of choices—not the result of feelings or circumstances. God doesn’t waste a hurt. He doesn’t comfort us to make us comfortable, but to make us comforters." Read more»

Mayor Rothschild rang the bell at TFD headquarters Wednesday to mark the anniversary of the Jan. 8 attack.

Three years ago, gunfire broke the calm of a bright winter morning in Tucson. Six people were killed and 13 others wounded, many grievously. Wednesday morning was as sunny as that Saturday, but more quiet. About 100 people gathered on the lawn at the UA Medical Center to remember the attack. Read more»

Interviews with Jan. 8 survivors, law enforcement, and victims' families and advocates, including County Attorney Barbara LaWall, Kent Burbank, Vanessa Helms, Mark Kimble, Shelly Gibbons, Bill Carnegie, Jim Tucker, Doris Tucker, Mary Reed, Tom McMahon, Pat Maisch, and Suzie Hileman Read more»

The Remembering January 8 Committee, composed of some of the survivors and family members of victims of the 2011 Tucson shooting—including U.S. Rep. Ron Barber, released an open letter to those affected by last week's shooting incident in Aurora, Colo. Read more»