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The Arizona Cardinals aren’t playing on Thanksgiving, but given their history of Turkey Day play, that may not be a bad thing. more
Dignity Health Arizona General Hospital is offering free flu shots at three locations in the East Valley in an effort to build healthier communities. It’s especially important to get the … more
In order to tell a little of the story of the newspaper in the town that became known as “the town too tough to die,” I need to start with a bit of Arizona history. Tombstone itself … more
The cloud of economic uncertainty above downtown Tempe continues to hang overhead as the prolonged absence of fans at Arizona State University home football games continues. The city of Tempe … more
Southwest Valley residents who hear sirens from the Palo Verde Generating Station in Wintersburg on Wednesday, Dec. 2, need not worry. That’s the day the nuclear power plant will conduct its annual test. more
Registration is open for spring 2021 courses at Central Arizona College. Classes will begin Jan. 19, 2021. Funding may be available for those interested in starting or continuing their … more
Naomi Barraza, a 2018 Central Arizona College graduate, is up for consideration of the Rhodes Scholarship program. The program is recognized as the “oldest and perhaps most prestigious … more
During the fall months, drivers face an increased risk of animal-related crashes as deer and other wildlife begin to migrate and find their way onto highways and into suburban neighborhoods. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Litchfield Park 85340 was 1,067 as of Friday, Nov. 20, a 6.58% increase over last Friday and 1.30% increase over Thursday. That represents an increase of 72 new cases over the week and 15 cases overnight. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the number of COVID-19 cases in Goodyear’s 85338 and 85395 ZIP codes was 3,758 as of Friday, Nov. 20, a 6.04% increase over last Friday and a 1.16% increase over Thursday. That represents an increase of 214 new cases over the week and 43 cases overnight. more
Glendale’s rise in coronavirus cases continues to climb, but the increase rate is slowing for now. more
Central Arizona College is celebrating Arizona Apprenticeship Week Nov. 15-21. CAC is providing innovative training and opportunities for companies to train their employees to ensure that Pinal … more
It’s well true that 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of Glendale Community College’s north campus, at 5727 W. Happy Valley Road. That’s certainly when officials began the expansion. more
The city of Tempe is canceling two upcoming events, the result of increasing COVID-19 cases and restrictions. more
PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) — A jury decided it could not reach a verdict in the case of an Arizona man charged in the 1997 shooting and killing of his ex-girlfriend. The jury in the case of Cecilio … more
PHOENIX – New realities mean finding new ways to train emergency responders. more
The Arizona service industry has become, some would argue, the most volatile employment sector of the modern economy --- and no other time has it been more difficult to maintain essential levels of … 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
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
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
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