Pharmacist counting pills
Some prescription transactions could cost consumers less if they’d paid in cash rather than rely on insurance co-pays. Right now in Arizona, if there’s a cheaper option available some pharmacists are prohibited from telling you. But that could soon change.
Feb. 23, 2018

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University of Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller was allegedly caught discussing a $100,000 payment to ensure a recruit.
Feb. 24, 2018
ProjectREST provides education and support to help improve sleep time for student-athletes.
Feb. 24, 2018
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A study by researchers at the University of Arizona and Texas State University says exercise-related social media posts may be influencing the health of viewers.
Feb. 24, 2018
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An amended lawsuit against the University of Arizona claims Wildcats football players gang-raped students and staff. The suit alleges school officials were told of assaults but did little in response.
Feb. 23, 2018
We're big baseball fans. You might even say we're fanatics So when spring training gets underway — the first games are today — it's a time of the year we like to think about.
Feb. 23, 2018

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Calling two doping cases "hugely disappointing," the IOC's executive board said that factors had "prevented the IOC from even considering lifting the suspension for the closing ceremony."
Feb. 24, 2018
With their performance, the much-loved Garlic Girls medalled in a sport that's still unfamiliar to most South Koreans. The nation's first Olympic women's curling team debuted just four years ago.
Feb. 24, 2018
Skier Dave Duncan, his wife and his coach were arrested after drunkenly stealing an idling pink Hummer in Pyeongchang. Until prosecutors weigh in, all three are restricted from leaving South Korea.
Feb. 24, 2018
Polling suggests millennials are more liberal than earlier generations on many social issues except gun laws. Pollsters say they can't explain this anomaly. Some millennials are surprised by it, too.
Feb. 24, 2018
Two years ago, France introduced a law to force supermarkets to donate unsold food to charities and food banks. Skeptics called it unworkable at the time, but there are signs the effort is succeeding.
Feb. 24, 2018