Lack of vaccinations threaten us all, Solomon Hill's extreme makeover, meet the CD8 candidates and goodbye to locally owned service stations

2012-05-20T00:00:00Z 2012-05-20T06:42:43Z Lack of vaccinations threaten us all, Solomon Hill's extreme makeover, meet the CD8 candidates and goodbye to locally owned service stationsBy Jill Jorden Spitz/Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Arizona kids are supposed to be immunized against several contagious diseases in order to attend school. But many of them are not, and the state does nothing to enforce the law requiring vaccines.

As a result, the level of vaccinated kids in Arizona is so low that it puts us at risk of a dangerous outbreak should an infection disease be brought to one of our schools.

Read this important story, the beginning of a public service project on the subject, only in the print edition of Sunday's Arizona Daily Star.

Also only in print Sunday:

- Get to know all three candidates vying to take U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' place in Congress through in-depth profiles by Star Political Reporter Brady McCombs.

- Senior reporter Tim Steller explains why so many gas stations in Tucson are going out of business — and what it means to our economy.

- Sports Columnist Greg Hansen's reveals Arizona Wildcats basketball player Solomon Hill's extreme makeover.

- Learn all about fly fishing in Arizona from the Star's newly dedicated fisherwoman - Jane See White.

Pick up a copy of today’s Star at all convenience, drug and grocery stores in the Tucson area or subscribe for home delivery. If you’re outside Southern Arizona, order an electronic edition delivered to your inbox each day — complete with advertisements and a useful search function.

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