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When Olivia Riley was about 18-months-old, her parents, Kendra and Dave, noticed she was starting to move backward in both physical and mental cognitive development. Words Olivia knew and the … more
Over 30 homes have been evacuated as crews from multiple agencies battle a brush fire near Phoenix Raceway. more
Litchfield Park is asking local business owners to tell the city how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their businesses via a survey posted on the city’s website and Facebook … more
The detrimental effect of a childhood spent absent of the day-to-day rituals found with one's kin can have a lasting impact both on the child --- and the society that child encounters later in … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down many things for Arizonans, but distribution of tax revenues isn’t one of them. As of May, the Arizona Department of Revenue had collected and … more
What a difference a century makes. When the second wave of the Spanish flu pandemic ravaged Arizona in fall 1918, many people turned on their pets and strays. more
In a typical year, the time between the Academy Awards and the summer blockbuster season has provided moviegoers with a steady, highly publicized buildup for those big-budget titles soon to draw thousands. more
Luke Air Force Base earned the Platinum Healthy Arizona Worksite Program award through their implementation of programs that help promote healthy lifestyles and worksites. Arizona Department of … more
While the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis dominates headlines nationally and locally, another more common disease remains America’s deadliest – heart disease. Based on an … more
On Friday June 19, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted regulations requiring all residents of Maricopa County, including those in incorporated and unincorporated areas, to … more
Friday marked a new high in day-to-day cases of coronavirus in Arizona, putting the state above 46,000. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, there are 46,689 cases and 1,312 … more
As a last resort to escape a catastrophic emergency, pilots trust an aircraft’s ejection system to carry them safely from danger. While the equipment does the physical work, pilots’ lives … more
The summer months are upon us in Arizona, and with that comes the heavy usage of water. But as residents seek relief from the heat, municipalities are doing their part to encourage people to conserve water. more
The School of Architecture at Taliesin will no longer be attached to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. In the early weeks of June, proponents of both the School of Architecture at Taliesin and … more
The state of Arizona has topped 40,000 cases of coronavirus after adding nearly 2,000 more cases. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, there are 40,924 cases and 1,239 deaths of … more
Dutch Bros, the popular drive-thru coffee company with locations throughout the Valley, announced Tuesday, June 16 that an employee of its store at 14160 W. Indian School Road in Goodyear has tested … more
The state of Arizona is reporting the most day-to-day cases of coronavirus since the outbreak started. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, there are 39,097 cases and 1,219 … more
Candidates who filed statements of interest to seek open seats on the Litchfield Elementary School District and Agua Fria Union High School District governing boards have until Monday, July 6 to file … more
Litchfield Elementary School District officials are asking parents to fill out a survey to assist the district in reopening its schools for the 2020-21 academic year. Target date for school … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic extended its tentacles into local cities and towns, municipal officials responded to decisions from the federal and state government for guidance to keep residents safe from … more
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