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Laptop purchases on Chandler school board agenda

??​In keeping with its attempts to keep students using some of the latest technology hardware, the Chandler Unified School District has another large purchase planned for discussion and action this …

Mesa man warns of colon cancer dangers

For Will Foster, the first warning sign he had colorectal cancer was blood in his stool. “I waited for about a year and it didn’t get better,” Foster said. When it …

Abrazo Health: Early detection helps prevent colon …

The month of March is recognized as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. It’s a reminder that proactive screenings can detect polyps or early cancers in the colon, which can be life-saving.

Black-owned Chandler business handles many sizes of …

When Randy Jackson first moved to Chandler 28 years ago, he didn’t know he would end up as one of the more successful Black entrepreneurs in the city. Fast-forward to 2024 and …

New sports grill in Downtown Chandler

The DTC Sports Grille,  at 55 W. Chicago Street in Downtown Chandler recently opened in the same location formerly occupied by Matty G’s Steakburgers & Lobsta Rolls. The grill …

Peoria to host prostate cancer screenings

Health screenings will be available in Peoria next month.

Breast cancer exams dipped during pandemic, but still …

Tracy Lloyd wasn’t going to get checked. Lloyd, who works in outpatient imaging at Banner Health, always made a point of getting a routine mammogram — especially after her sister, …

Cancer test provides affordable early detection

Beacon Biomedical announced the commercial release of the BeScreened Colorectal Cancer test. BeScreened improves access and affordability to CRC screening as a blood-draw instead of a fecal collection.

The good, bad & unhealthy reality of digital screens

The screens we as a society stare into all day, every day — TVs, phones, tablets and computers — are essential to modern life. But it’s likely those using the screens are not …

Bringing Arizona to the big screen today, in the …

Arizona is Rob Schneider’s state. And he’s bringing it to the big screen. With much love.

Scottsdale Fire Department seeks grant funding for …

In addressing the health of the city’s firefighters, Scottsdale Fire Department is working to secure funding for a comprehensive cancer screening program that would help to diagnose and treat firefighters in a timely manner.

Court orders Peoria employer pay $185K to employees

Following a U.S. Department of Labor investigation that found a Peoria landscaping company and its owner used illegal pay practices, lied to investigators and intimidated workers, a consent judgment has been entered in federal court to recover back wages and damages for employees and hold the employer accountable, according to a news release.