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The residential real estate market in Southern Arizona continues to churn unimpeded, according to research collected by Bright Future Real Estate Research. 

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A man was cited for driving under the influence after he allegedly smoked two bowls of marijuana during his lunch break and decided to drive, which resulted in him running a red light and crashing into another car, according to an Oro Valley Police Department report. 

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Placement, price and perception are three factors to consider when selling your home. If you are looking to make your next move, consider some of these helpful tips.

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Many of us struggle with exercise, either starting something like a Pilates class and then stopping. . . or buying a treadmill and letting it collect dust. One way around these stops and starts is to set exercise goals. With workouts, as with other aspects of life, setting realistic, specifi…

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Before the early morning sun emerges, Theresa Mudd wakes up to her alarm clock at 4:30 a.m., heads to the gym for a workout, drops off her young kids at school and then heads to work at Washington Federal’s Grant and Craycroft branch. 

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When you think of retirement benefits, not having to work, catching up on reading, golf and other leisure activities often come to mind. But for SaddleBrooke Ranch, one of those benefits will include having a brewery in the community. 

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Hola Hemp tamales are not medicinal edibles. Let’s get that cleared up right at the start. The notion that any item containing hemp will get you high is based on disinformation and basic old-fashioned preconception. 

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On Thursday, September 20, 2018, deputies responded to the TJ Maxx located at 6230 N. Oracle Road for the report of a strong arm robbery.

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Why work out in a fitness center when you can get a great cardio workout while exploring the beauty of the Sonoran Desert? Of all the opportunities for outdoor exercise in the Tucson area, hiking may be the most versatile—and one of the most beneficial. It’s free, can be adjusted to your fit…

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Blazing down the highway

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We all tend to be wanderlust at times, hoping for something new and exciting, a trait which manifests when the need to “see what’s on the market” at open houses becomes a reality. Before long, new construction, lots for building a custom home and resale homes are all earmarked for viewing.  

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For 83 years, Social Security and Medicare have given retirees, disabled workers, and families across the country health and economic security. These programs are not only a lifeline for more than 155,000 Arizonans in the First Congressional District, they also play an important role in loca…

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From a peek at how music benefits your brain, to recommending habits that can build long-term happiness, this column shares evidence-based information on improving physical, mental, and emotional health. Often, the information found here is based on research conducted or shared by Mather Lif…

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The transition back from vacation is always a difficult one, which may be the primary reason I so infrequently take them. But, even I must take some time away and recharge my batteries. I took that opportunity, just over two weeks ago by the time you’re reading this, to spend time in my favo…

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When a struggling family asks for a donation of “anything with princesses” on it for their kids, most would help out in any way they can. And this is just the job for the “Mitzvah Magic” program, where volunteers come together to help local families through the Jewish holiday season. 

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If you’re going to enjoy a lifelong hobby, you can’t beat the benefits of playing a musical instrument. In addition to bringing joy to yourself and any listeners you might have, you’re doing great things for your brain.  

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When the problems advance, the solutions must advance as well. This is what UA College of Nursing professor Judith Gordon realized when she helped develop “Click City: Tobacco,” a smoking prevention computer program designed for fifth graders. And while the program was effective in helping c…

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I was wearing a jacket when I stepped out of Tucson International Airport into the 95-degree May air. I’d thrown it on just hours before as I left Ohio for the summer to visit family and intern at Tucson Local Media. But one step out of the airport and I realized, “The rumors are true. It’s …

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According to Safe Kids Worldwide, drowning is the leading cause of injury-related death among children between one and four years old. August is Drowning Impact Awareness Month, and Golder Ranch Fire District will be wearing purple ribbons and purple bracelets to remind the public that there…