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A fire truck donated by the city of Mesa to the East Valley Institute of Technology will increase the ability of EVIT’s Fire Science program to create a more realistic environment in which to … more
A new innovation that holds promise to fight lung cancer – the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide – is now in use at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center. more
The tiny house is where big dreams are born. The house is located on the yard between the welding and construction classrooms at Apache Junction High School. It’s 8 feet wide, 10 feet high … more
Banner Health and Mesa Community College have collaborated on a new certification program to fill a much-needed hidden gap in the health care industry. more
A 15-hour flight to Taipei in October 2019 helped jump start a process that led Phoenix officials to land a Taiwanese semiconductor company. On Oct. 17, 2019, city of Phoenix officials left Sky … more
A site plan and rezoning of 41 acres west of Ellsworth Road on the north side of Elliot Road for an industrial development should be approved by the Mesa City Council, an advisory board recommended … more
Apache Junction and Gold Canyon residents live in two school districts — East Valley Institute of Technology and Apache Junction Unified School District. Both entities were asked recently to … more
Mesa residents live in two school districts — East Valley Institute of Technology and either Mesa Unified School District, Queen Creek Unified School District or Gilbert Public Schools. All … more
The future of health care now belongs to Amazon, AmWell and those health systems that understand that winners and losers will be decided by “touch-the-glass” devices — cellphones and tablets. more
The Peoria Main Library has made it more than 25 years without major maintenance to the walls, windows and roof, and now officials say it will get much needed renovations, as well as updates to make … more
In a recent Phoenix Women’s Commission Pay Equity Subcommittee meeting, Vice Chair Kyle Webb name-checked the city of Tempe when discussing the potential for pay equity in the city of Phoenix. more
PHOENIX — State senators finally have the companies they want to audit the 2020 election returns. more
As the partnership between Arizona State University and the world-renowned Mayo Clinic strengthens, a new program is taking off in hopes of changing the medical technology field. more
An $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor will boost Arizona State University’s efforts to churn out a highly skilled workforce. more
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