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I can’t breathe — We heard these harrowing words repeatedly in recent years from dying Black Americans, including George Floyd. Today, I see them as the thread tying together three seemingly disparate issues: police brutality, COVID-19, and air pollution. more
Like an old-fashioned game of freeze tag, many norms synonymous with going back to school are at a standstill until things can somewhat melt back to normal. more
The Valley Metro Regional Public Transportation Authority and Valley Metro Rail boards of directors have elected officers for the fiscal year of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. more
Americans have seen times when patriotism in the country was through the roof, especially during times of crisis, like World War II, Operation Desert Storm or after 9/11. more
Cronkite students placed first in the nation in the writing category of the prestigious Hearst Journalism Awards program. more
The offices, warehouses, and manufacturing plants that America’s workers are starting to return to may look the same as they did months ago, but the feel inside will be largely different. The coronavirus has changed the workplace environment as we knew it for the foreseeable future. more
Over 30 homes have been evacuated as crews from multiple agencies battle a brush fire near Phoenix Raceway. more
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that rescues primarily first-time homeless families and their pets and helps them return to independence, hosted a virtual event June … more
In this heated political season that is upon us, just about any issue can be made into a platform for public discourse. Masks are just the latest. The day after Scottsdale, like other cities … more
The Town of Queen Creek has hired Randy Brice as the first police chief of the Queen Creek Police Department. “The town was fortunate to have outstanding candidates for this important … more
The Walmart on 79th and Peoria avenues experienced a bomb threat, but after investigation, no evidence of a bomb was found, police said. more
The detrimental effect of a childhood spent absent of the day-to-day rituals found with one's kin can have a lasting impact both on the child --- and the society that child encounters later in … more
The Grand Canyon University men’s basketball team has been placed in quarantine after four student-athletes and two support staff members tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving on campus. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down many things for Arizonans, but distribution of tax revenues isn’t one of them. As of May, the Arizona Department of Revenue had collected and … more
When the work van pulled up in front of Arizona Helping Hands, I recognized the company name. I thought my friend Dale was coming to say hi and tour the Arizona Helping Hands facility where we … more
What a difference a century makes. When the second wave of the Spanish flu pandemic ravaged Arizona in fall 1918, many people turned on their pets and strays. more
In a typical year, the time between the Academy Awards and the summer blockbuster season has provided moviegoers with a steady, highly publicized buildup for those big-budget titles soon to draw thousands. 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 the number of positive coronavirus tests continue to rise, so do the number of employers who find themselves asking this precise question. more
While the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis dominates headlines nationally and locally, another more common disease remains America’s deadliest – heart disease. Based on an … more
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