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An old adage exists for a reason and the one “the children are our future” holds true perhaps today with more sense of urgency than ever before. A fundamental key to success inside and … more
Obesity continues to get worse in the United States and experts say cultural change and investment by the entire community --- including not only healthcare providers, but the government, leaders, … more
The local migration pattern of the Arizona snowbird is changing in the time of the novel coronavirus — and local tourism and economic development officials are taking notice. Billions of … more
With record-breaking numbers of registered voters returning an unprecedented 2 million requested mail-in ballots between now and Nov. 3, officials say they are ready for another successful election in Maricopa County. more
As telecommuting, online banking, and working from home become a part of the nomenclature of daily lives in the 21st-century public safety officials confirm identity theft and digital fraud are at … more
The invention of the wheel is one of the most significant pieces of engineering discovery helping to shape the progress of humanity — and there is no better way to learn this STEM lesson than … more
In this special edition of the In The Know podcast, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone sits down with Executive Editor Terrance Thornton. In less than 30 days residents of Maricopa County will … more
In this special edition of the In The Know podcast, Maricopa County Sheriff candidate Jerry Sheridan sits down with Executive Editor Terrance Thornton. In less than 30 days residents of Maricopa … more
In less than 30 days residents of Maricopa County will elect a new sheriff from a field of two candidates — both career lawmen. The incumbent, Sheriff Paul Penzone, a Democrat, contends he … more
A purple state refers to a region where the Democratic and Republican parties receive an analogous range of support. more
As concerns over the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis have driven a wave of U.S. workers to embrace the work-from-home trend. more
A fundamental keystone to what makes America a special place is equitable access to quality public education no matter where a young person calls home. But despite this agreed-upon truth, for … more
Following the revelation of the printing press, words have been weaponized, propaganda espoused and disinformation integrated into democratic societies. But in the 21st century, media consumers can … more
As consumer spending has undoubtedly shifted during the time of the novel coronavirus, Independent Newsmedia reached out Certified Financial Planner Jason Ayala. Mr. Ayala, a Scottsdale-based … more
As Arizona COVID-19 cases reported continue to show downward trends, sectors of the economy are beginning to reopen albeit with strict occupancy rules, which restaurant owners and industry experts … more
As the global pandemic of 2020 continues to wreak havoc on all things tourism, Independent Newsmedia reached out to municipal and tourism leaders to explore the deep impacts of COVID-19 on aspects of … more
The harsh realities of trickle-down economics of college football in and around the city of Tempe is slowly becoming realized as the annual boost to local coffers will not be coming this fall. On … more
Routine vaccinations have declined dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, as parents avoid medical services to mitigate the transmission of the coronavirus. While Arizona Complete Health … more
Federal and state officials have long wanted to connect Phoenix and Las Vegas as part of a long interstate that runs from Mexico to Canada. more
In the time of the novel coronavirus, crisis knows no bounds and in the case of family homelessness the realities have become harsher than years before in the Valley of the Sun, outreach officials … more
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