Documents released Wednesday provide new insight into how the Tucson shooting rampage occurred and the motivations behind gunman Jared Loughner.
Dallas Green, brother of Christina-Taylor Green, throws out the ceremonial first pitch at Thursday's Dodgers-Cubs game.
Christina-Taylor Green's favorite part of a baseball game wasn't a home run or an amazing defensive play.
Matt Kemp signed autographs and hit a home run last year in Tucson. The Dodgers say he will be back today.
When the San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks came to town Sunday for a spring training game, the rosters weren't exactly loaded with perennial big-leaguers.
was active in volunteering and on her school council.
Nearly two years after she died, the family of Christina-Taylor Green says they are looking forward, which is why they saw no need to attend this month's sentencing of her killer.
A nonprofit foundation working on a permanent memorial to the Jan. 8, 2011, Tucson shooting will take a first step this month when it holds two private events to seek input from first responders, survivors and others directly affected by the tragedy.
Sixteen Southern Arizona organizations and schools have been awarded grants from the Christina-Taylor Green Memorial Foundation.
The Christina-Taylor Green Memorial Foundation is donating educational materials about Sept. 11 to all public middle schools across the state.
Jared Lee Loughner, who killed six people and wounded 13 at a "Congress on Your Corner" event last year, will be sentenced to seven consecutive no-parole life terms after pleading guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court.
Shooting victim Pam Simon addresses the media as fellow survivors and family members stand behind her. "As a community and as a country, we need to move forward and make sure that good comes out of this. One of those ways I believe that we can make some good come out of this is to begin some…
Suzi Hileman gets support from her husband, Bill, while waiting her turn to speak to reporters. "The perfect solution isn't one that we can have. What we want is not available. This is the best that can be expected," she said.
Randy Gardner, left: "It's truly sad that he didn't receive attention prior to this. ... I guess my thinking is that we really gotta kinda be our brother's keeper here and reach out when we see people struggling and get 'em help."
69 UA grads to do primary care residency
Former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, Mark
Kelly, attended the ship's naming ceremony at the Pentagon on
WASHINGTON - The Navy named a ship for former U.S. Rep.
Gabrielle Giffords Friday, hours after the last bill she sponsored
was signed into law.
The Navy is naming a new combat ship in honor of former U.S.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.