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There is an ongoing conversation about the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 virus and how to be prepared; according to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, anyone can get infected by this virus, but older adults — ages 60 and up — are at higher risk for serious illness from it. more
Regulatory roadblocks are keeping Americans from getting the rapid, responsive healthcare we need — and the saga of a Seattle-based diagnostic testing program is just the latest example of how red tape is tying our hands in the fight against COVID-19. more
Northwest Valley Connect (NVC) is now delivering groceries and medications to our clients in the West Valley. Our vulnerable adults age 65+ and/or with disabilities need the communities help more than ever right now during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
It has been said that engineers solve problems you didn’t know you had in ways you don’t understand. more
In following the tradition of the fire service and law enforcement, the Arizona Department of Transportation issued a final radio call, “6 Tom 16,” for fallen incident response unit member Frank Dorizio on March 10 following his memorial service in Tempe. more
The Superstition Fire and Medical District wants to remind residents of the annual fire danger and encourage everyone to assure their home is protected. more
The Environmental Protection Agency recently revised some rules governing oil-and-gas rig methane emissions... more
With the COVID-19 pandemic and the unrest that has been taking place in some cities, the impact has been felt in every sector of our economy. There has never been a more challenging time for … more
As stay-at-home restrictions begin to ease in Arizona and other states, people are starting to venture out of their homes and some are even returning to work. But that doesn’t mean that the virus has gone away — or that there is a vaccine or a cure. more
Maria Shriver, in her Sunday Paper, says, “Here we are. Sitting in the unknown. Standing in the uncertain.” I’m not very good at sitting, and I’m not very good at dealing with … more
Phoenix's new initiative is a positive step in accommodating the housing needs of residents. more
The Vista Center for the Arts, formally known as Valley Vista Performing Arts Center, has been rebranded as the regional entertainment venue in Surprise and the West Valley. more
We’re experiencing challenges at every level from local issues to international relations and beyond. Times are tough and we don’t know who to trust. The constant drone of news impacts us all. more
During these uncertain times, the economic impact of coronavirus-driven cancelations, postponements and shutdowns continues mounting. This is especially daunting for many nonprofit organizations … more
Here in Phoenix our summer months are not known as gardening weather but there’s important work to do in the yard this year --- remove your lawn. You probably already consider this every … more
This week’s State of the State address was yet another welcome reminder that Gov. Ducey is focused like a laser-beam on ensuring Arizona’s economic momentum continues. more
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we live and interact. Although we have been asked to social distance, our perseverance has helped us find new ways to connect with those we love and cherish. more
As you know from previous communications, university leadership has been closely following events and public health recommendations surrounding the outbreak and spread of the novel coronavirus … more
The FBI, the IRS and cybersecurity experts everywhere are warning the public to be aware of an escalating number of pandemic-related scams, fraud and financial challenges lurking. more
While the world is focused on a cure for coronavirus, not enough of the conversation is focused on the things people can do to avoid contracting the disease. more
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