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Medical experts and one courageous cancer survivor are urging women to keep up with regular breast exams and self-checks at home — simple choices that can save lives. more
As the Arizona Science Center President and CEO Chevy Humphrey prepares to embark on her next professional journey, part of that preparation is getting a winter coat. more
During the coronavirus pandemic, Maricopa County is focusing funding toward ensuring next week’s election can be conducted safely, keeping small businesses afloat and preparing to administer … more
And just like that, a Peoria family with no knowledge of organ donation or transplant are forever changed by the selfless act of three complete strangers giving the gift of life. Not one or two, but all three children have new life beating inside of them by way of heart transplants. more
Rachel Sacco, Experience Scottsdale CEO and longtime Valley of the Sun tourism advocate, offers her insights into the state of economic affairs in Scottsdale, the Town of Paradise Valley and beyond. … more
MISSION, S.D. (AP) — The small, brick post office in Mission, South Dakota, sees steady business most days as people wait outside to allow one family at a time to check for mail at one of just four … more
Arizona’s lack of monsoons and extreme drought conditions this year have lengthened the fire season for the state as well as making fires more severe. more
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Zane Gonzalez made a 48-yard field goal with 20 seconds left in overtime to give the Arizona Cardinals a 37-34 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night in a thriller … more
SCOTTSDALE — It was a case of déjà vu all over again for Phoenix Rising FC on Saturday night at Casino Arizona Field. 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
Officials this week announced a fifth and final weekend of their Arizona State Fair Drive-Thru Fair Food event — this time adding a special drive-thru food drive to benefit St. Mary’s Food Bank Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 22, 23 and 25. more
Independent Newsmedia took home a host of awards at the annual Arizona Newspapers Association Better Newspaper Contest -- ranging from enterprise and investigative reporting to feature photography. … more
County public health data reported 590 new coronavirus cases and six new deaths Thursday. It was the third day since Sunday with a new case total of 590 or higher, the highest figures in more than a … 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
    One national advocacy group this week called on state leaders to pave the way for more electric vehicles on Arizona’s roads. The nonprofit consumer watchdog Consumer … more
County public health data reported 609 new coronavirus cases and 11 new deaths Wednesday. It was the second day since Sunday with a new case total over 600, the highest figures in more than a … more
One Realtor says a new trend appears to be emerging in northern Arizona, where Paradise Valley and Scottsdale residents are purchasing second homes in-state as the Valley’s real estate market … more
Before the siren of Manifest Destiny sounded from sea to shining sea, as many as 60 million bison were estimated to roam North America. By the mid-1800s, the United States was steeped in the … more
The Maricopa County Elections Department begins counting early ballots today, with more than 645,000 ballots ready for tabulation. The county has mailed over 2 million ballots, and more than … more
County Public Health officials recently announced flu shot options for the coming seasonal influenza. Maricopa County is asking residents to get their flu vaccine within the next three weeks. … more
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