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  • Arizona Daily Star
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Local groups seeking help for events, programs.

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More children in system, however, are on five or more, numbers show.

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  • By Ethan McSweeney For the Arizona Daily Star

State health officials looking at prescribing rates for the children.

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  • By Ethan McSweeney For the Arizona Daily Star

AHCCCS officials say an updated study is in the works.

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Reasons may include lack of access to needed social services, families living in poverty.

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Comments on "Barrio Stories," foster care in Arizona, bike lanes.

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Odyssey Storytelling and Arizona's Children Association join together for upcoming fundraiser.

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They have highest dropout rates. Graduation rates are among lowest.

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Letters on foster care numbers, "less lethal" term, courthouse site history. 

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Two local families ignore the myths and embrace the challenges.

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Letters on keeping red-light cameras, knowing your neighbors, foster care system.

Child welfare agency to partner with churches through new technology. 

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Parents, teachers and students invited to attend workshops at day-long event.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

It seeks to make it easier for kids to live with non-Indians.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

The Goldwater Institute filed on behalf of two children placed with non-Indian parents.

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Pima County's courts grapple with overwhelming number of dependency cases. 

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Ducey linked his plea with his effort to "fix" the state Department of Child Safety.

State caused harm to kids in foster care system, suit says.

The plaintiffs are 10 children ages 3 to 14 in Pima and Maricopa counties.

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The plaintiffs are 10 children ages 3 to 14 in Pima and Maricopa counties.