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A view of health reform from inside the ICU provides much clarity: Patient-centered, market-oriented health-care reform means customers face more exposure to prices — and their ultimate bargaining power is the right to walk away ... Gulp. Read more»

Although Halloween is all about dressing up and eating candy for most people, those with kids and pets should keep safety in mind. Read more»

A group of volunteers will be knocking on Tucson doors Saturday to offer tips on water safety in an effort to reduce the risk of child drownings. Read more»

Longtime reporter Rhonda Bodfield is leaving the Arizona Daily Star. Bodfield — who's held down the politics and local government beats, and previously covered education at the morning daily — confirmed Monday that her last day at the newspaper will be March 9. Read more» 1

More than 100 people gathered at Tucson Medical Center for the sunrise meditation, the opening event of BEYOND: Commemorate, Celebrate, Commit — a day of events to remember the events of Jan. 8 and how that day united the community.

As the sun started its morning rise, more than 100 people gathered at the Tucson Medical Center's labyrinth and centering garden to remember last year's Jan. 8 shooting. Read more»