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Phoenix event to pay tribute to women Arizona veterans

Veterans First Ltd. invites residents to celebrate and express gratitude to women who currently serve and have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Lord death ruled a homicide by Maricopa M.E.

The Maricopa County Medical Examiner has ruled 16-year-old Preston Lord's death a homicide.   Lord was severely beaten during a house party in Queen Creek on Oct. 28. He died of his …

VIDEO: Peoria releases documentary on history of …

The city of Peoria has released its original documentary, "Flash Point: The History of Peoria Fire-Medical Department."

Barrow Brain and Spine opens new office in Phoenix

Barrow Brain and Spine, the largest integrated neurological group in the Southwest, opened a new office at the HonorHealth Sonoran Crossing Medical Center Campus, 33300 N. 32nd Ave., in Phoenix.

West Valley lawmaker seeks insurance payments for …

PHOENIX — A state lawmaker from Surprise wants to require insurance companies to pay the medical costs for those who want to “detransition” from their sex-change therapy and changes.

Shelter-in-place implemented at Peoria Unified school

A shelter-in-place was initiated at Sunset Heights Elementary School Jan. 24 when a student required medical attention.

Tohono O’odham Nation awards $137K grant to Peoria …

Tohono O’odham Nation has awarded nearly $137,000 in grant funding to the Peoria Fire-Medical Department.

Arizona Supreme Court justices hear arguments whether …

PHOENIX — Justices of the Arizona Supreme Court wrestled Tuesday with the question of whether lawmakers who approved allowing abortions through the first 15 weeks of pregnancy in 2022 actually intended to outlaw the procedure entirely if they ever were allowed.

Florence’s new fire chief is ready for town’s …

After more than a year without a permanent leader, the town of Florence appointed Mitch Snyder as the new chief of the Florence Fire & Medical Department. He’s been on the job since Sept. 5 …

State Supreme Court to hear abortion case Tuesday

PHOENIX — The Arizona Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday about whether Arizona women will lose virtually all their rights to terminate a pregnancy.

Abrazo Central, Abrazo Scottsdale medical staff make …

The medical staff from Abrazo Scottsdale Campus and Abrazo Central Campus are supporting local charities and schools through donations. The hospitals’ medical staff set aside $35,000 to be …

Montgomery changes course, recuses himself from …

PHOENIX — Reversing course, Supreme Court Justice William Montgomery said Thursday he won’t take part in deciding whether virtually all abortions are illegal in Arizona after he came under criticism for past comments.