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PHOENIX — Prosecutors have declined to criminally charge an Arizona state trooper in the fatal shooting of a Black man during a roadside struggle nearly four months ago that inspired protests … more
Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park reopened Sept. 3 with rave reviews from visitors and moved forward Sept. 19 with the second phase of their reopening plan. 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
Programs for hungry and vulnerable people in Arizona are not immune to social upheaval related to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. more
Valley restaurants are ready to safely welcome you back to their tables welcome the dining public to support local restaurants and their employees during Arizona Restaurant Week. more
Some area businesses can cash in on valuable rebates for employing technology that uses ultraviolet radiation to scrub germs from the air in their facilities. more
Abrazo West Campus has launched two new graduate medical residency programs offering medical school graduates required experience in a variety of different specialties as they transition to their chosen area of practice. more
Abrazo Health is reminding everyone that heart disease remains the No. 1 killer of men and women in the United States and is urging people not to delay seeking heart care at a hospital or doctor’s office during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Arizona State University’s 7th annual Hacks for Humanity competition will see hundreds of participants vie for a share of $10,000 in prizes as teams propose creative solutions to society's pressing problems. more
Twenty-one new students at Western Maricopa Education Center, a public career technical education district, are set to begin in-person instruction as part of a newly-announced Powersports Technician certification program. 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
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office issued a statement highlighting September as Teen Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month in a post at the agency’s website on Monday. more
Sept. 4, 2020 – We need to constantly replenish our blood supply, especially around the Labor Day holiday when donations typically drop by as much as 25%. Vitalant is testing all successful … more
West Valley residents who need a place to cool off as temperatures soar as high as 118 degrees over the Labor Day weekend can head to one of four Salvation Army relief stations. more
When Judge Elizabeth Finn came to Glendale in 2002, she noticed both a problem in the volume of domestic violence cases in the city and a problem in how courts by and large dealt with domestic … more
Fighting wildfires is a necessary task, but fire agencies are finding it harder to justify sending teams to operate outside established jurisdiction. more
While the world was turned upside down and economic engines came to a grinding halt as the COVID-19 outbreak unfolded, the Phoenix metropolitan housing market has remained steady. more
When Charles Vanmarter, 77, went home Friday, Aug. 14 after two stays at Banner Estrella Medical Center over the past three weeks, he became the 900th COVID-19 patient discharged from the medical center. more
Residents of the Northwest Valley have been waiting for it, especially those in the city of Surprise. more
The Rayner and Gladden families’ multigenerational Southwest Valley farming operations have weathered just about everything the world has thrown at them for the better part of 100 years, from drought and pests to extreme price swings and two pandemics, but there are two modern threats that are unrelenting — development and water availability. more
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