The number of homeless youth and children has grown to a historic high in recent years, the National Center on Family Homelessness says.
Jonathan Lucas, chief deputy medical examiner with the San Diego County medical examiner’s office,in an autopsy exam room where he’s now collecting autopsy samples for genome sequencing to reveal causes for some unexplained deaths, on December 8, 2014. (Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Tucson Urban League helped 135 teens, young adults find work this summer.
Chart showing number of cases of whooping cough in the U.S., 1922-2012, and includes when inmunizations were developed; cases of whooping cough in United States highest since 1959. The Philadelphia Inquirer 2012
A fair on Saturday to help youths apply for deferred action is being hosted by the Mexican Consulate in Tucson and the local chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Associations.
When 16-year-old Debora Lossou moved to Tucson from a refugee
camp in Togo, Africa, three years ago, she was overwhelmed by
African refugee Debora Lossou, 16, speaks during a town hall meeting at the International Rescue Committee office on North Campbell Avenue. The IRC is working with the recently formed Refugee Youth Coalition.
Mon Chhetri, 19, left; Done Monger, 15; and Sarsawati Chhetri are refugees from Nepal. About 11,000 refugees from a variety of countries live in Tucson, and an estimated 800 move here every year.
A youth movement was in motion at the 5A Southern Region prelims
LAS VEGAS — Wayne Newton is telling fans "danke schoen" after 50
years in Las Vegas and hinting that his latest run could be his
last. But the singer synonymous with Sin City says he's leaving
himself an opening in case he wants to perform after April.
"Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters"