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Westward Look receives Four Diamond Rating; Vantage Bowling Centers' co-owner is a Hall of Famer.

The premium for your low-cost medical pan under the federal health care law is likely going to go up an average 11 percent next year.

Piccarreta Davis has a new shareholder; Pima Dermatology has a new co-owner; and more.

  • Arizona Daily Star
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Frances joins Crest Insurance benefits team 

  • By Stephanie Innes Arizona Daily Star

Measure would lift the freeze imposed on enrollment in KidsCare.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Pushing age back would give teens full year of practice, proponent says.

443 city workers eligible for retirement; 54 have agreed to take the deal.

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It's the only state without an active federal Children's Health Insurance Program.

Odd and interesting news from the Midwest.

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Opinions on gun liability, school funding in Arizona, death with dignity law. 

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

The proposal by Minority Whip David Livingston would drop the effective tax on insurance premiums.

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  • By Christopher Elliott The Travel Troubleshooter

Never accept a car with any kind of damage, even little dings and dents.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Governor orders end to state crackdown on Lyft and Uber rideshare services.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

The state had pursued drivers for offering rides for pay without meeting mandated legal requirements.

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  • By Caitlin Schmidt For the Arizona Daily Star

Tucson groups can help with second open enrollment period, just days away.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Woman collected $26,500 for "lost" rings she later wore in Facebook photo.

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  • Christopher Elliott The Travel Troubleshooter

Reader didn't damage rental car, so why does she have to pay?

We’re interrupting our regular column for a special Economy Car Momologues.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Insurance giant Geico continues to expand its Tucson customer-service operations, with plans to add more than 230 positions by the end of the year.

  • By Christopher Elliott The Travel Troubleshooter

Q: Last year, while I was visiting Australia, my wife had a medical emergency that caused us to cancel our trip and come home. Fortunately, we…