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It has been said that engineers solve problems you didn’t know you had in ways you don’t understand. more
In following the tradition of the fire service and law enforcement, the Arizona Department of Transportation issued a final radio call, “6 Tom 16,” for fallen incident response unit member Frank Dorizio on March 10 following his memorial service in Tempe. more
The Environmental Protection Agency recently revised some rules governing oil-and-gas rig methane emissions... more
The Vista Center for the Arts, formally known as Valley Vista Performing Arts Center, has been rebranded as the regional entertainment venue in Surprise and the West Valley. more
We’re experiencing challenges at every level from local issues to international relations and beyond. Times are tough and we don’t know who to trust. The constant drone of news impacts us all. more
This week’s State of the State address was yet another welcome reminder that Gov. Ducey is focused like a laser-beam on ensuring Arizona’s economic momentum continues. more
As you know from previous communications, university leadership has been closely following events and public health recommendations surrounding the outbreak and spread of the novel coronavirus … more
While the world is focused on a cure for coronavirus, not enough of the conversation is focused on the things people can do to avoid contracting the disease. more
The World Health Organization has officially declared the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak a “public health emergency of international concern.” more
Your heart may belong to your Valentine, but it’s truly yours to keep healthy. more
The city of Phoenix is attempting to raise rates by 200% for customers using ride-sharing platforms like Uber or Lyft when they travel at Sky Harbor Airport. more
House Democrats recently unveiled H.R. 3, a proposal that would impose ill-considered price controls on prescription drugs. Patient advocates immediately panned the bill, warning that it would deter medical research and prevent scientists from developing future treatments and cures. more
What is the Johnson Amendment? In 1954, Lyndon Baines Johnson as a minority leader in the U.S Senate running for re-election was successful in passing a bill that said if you want to be absolved … more
We love living in Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point). It is our home. We are committed to making this already wonderful place an even better destination for visitors, new residents and businesses. The … more
For passengers going to and from Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport, Uber and Lyft could be an option that may soon be gone, if the Phoenix City Council has its way. more
The Arizona Department of Revenue certifies charities as qualifying foster care charitable organizations for purposes of the Arizona state tax credit. Among the stated criteria: a charity must … more
Every day, newspaper headlines and online outlets loudly proclaim the latest tragedies, scandals and outrages. more
Making new acquaintances and turning them into lasting friendships may be on everyone’s priority list when they find themselves in a new city, but only a small percentage of people know how to do this effectively. more
The Goldwater Institute sent a letter to the Arizona Department of Education on Monday regarding the Department’s worsening failures in administering the state’s Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program. more
Even working a second job in addition to teaching I have found it tough to find and afford quality housing and apartments to rent. That is a mounting problem for teachers, first responders, health care workers and other middle-class residents across the Valley. more
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