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Arizona students took a hit when it came to learning during the pandemic so far, and it may take several years to correct that slide. The state is putting roughly $19 million into corrective … more
As Valley students and their families jetted off for fall break trips, the Phoenix area’s second-largest airline suffered a system-wide breakdown. more
From gun violence then to a lingering virus now, the soil below where public education occurs has been labeled dangerous ground for American students for nearly a decade. Aside from the dangers … more
Several Phoenix-area community colleges are growing seed libraries to benefit students, faculty, the public and the wildlife that lives in Maricopa County. more
Tempe and several other Valley cities made the list of a cluster of U.S. suburbs that have evolved from homeowner territory to a renter-centric area. The list, developed by rentcafe.com, said … more
In preparation for this year’s monarch migration, Mayor Kate Gallego proclaimed September 2021 to be “Planting for Monarchs Month” in order to encourage Phoenix residents to plant … more

Support groups, like many in-person gatherings, took to the internet to meet in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. Many of them, including groups for breast cancer patients and survivors, are still meeting virtually due to the virus, as immunocompromised patients are at higher risk than most for contracting a serious case of COVID. more
The furry friends that hold a special place in our hearts leave lasting impacts that are oftentimes unforgettable. From the childhood dog you grew up with, to the cat you adopted while living … more
Gearing up for a holiday trip? No, you don’t need to worry about getting a Real ID — where a yellow and white star appears at the top right of your Arizona driver’s … more
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