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Higley Unified School District Superintendent Denise Birdwell will officially step down from her position as head of the district following the 2014-15 school year.
At age 13, when most young girls are dreaming about boys and navigating their way through the perils of junior high, Ashleigh Gonzales was diagnosed with optic nerve atrophy. You can imagine how devastated she was to learn that her vision loss was not treatable.
The Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Gilbert has scheduled a preview of its multi-million-dollar expansion to occur a little more than a week before the facility opens for business.
When Arizona State University senior Nisarg Patel’s friend returned from a research expedition in Guatemala and expressed concern regarding children drinking contaminated water that could cause diarrhea and other waterborne illnesses, it got Patel thinking about a solution.
Chandler native’s FiberFix gets boost from appearance on ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’
When it comes time to gather for the impending onslaught of holiday meals, many of us are often scrambling to choose the perfect wine to bring to the gathering (or serve if you're hosting).
Local city officials tout economic development plans, education programs and the will to progress as signs of the potential of the East Valley as a major player on the bioscience sector.
As they try to fight less-than-flattering perceptions from the past and more difficult graduation requirements, Career Technical Education programs across the East Valley have redefined their offerings to stay in step with evolving career fields.
Bruce Turner accepts what fate handed him, but he ponders not on how life ought to be.
Our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution say the United States of America is a sovereign nation. Well, the UN and our progressive pols have other ideas.
Engineering, lessons on the elements of art in design and digital electronics could all lead to future careers for Mesa students.
Christopher Brock and his nine students in the "honors biotechnology 2" career and technical education class at Williams Field High School in Gilbert this school year have achieved a feat normally associated with professional researchers and scientists.
Williams Field High School senior Celina Ramos works with a solution to break down the genetic material of the Palo Verde plant. Ramos is among nine honors students who worked on the gene sequencing project for her high school biotechnology class. (Submitted)
Need those back to school shots?
Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert medical centers’ Community Outreach Immunization Program, in collaboration with Arizona’s Vaccine for Children Program, will sponsor free immunization clinics for children, as well as low-cost immunizations for adults, several times in the next few weeks.
A brew and a bro — it’s the classic pairing, right? Not necessarily.
A study of chicken byproducts co-authored by an Arizona State University researcher found trace amounts of antibiotics banned from poultry production in 2005.
As the recession began to take hold, the red-hot real estate market around the Chandler Airport went into such a free-fall that the city’s economic development team did the unthinkable.
The way students study DNA strands has met its match with a new genome test kit produced by a Tempe company.
Drug companies Johnson and Johnson and Amgen battled each other so bitterly in a market share war that they pushed drugs and dosages jeopardizing patients' lives, said the author of a book about Johnson and Johnson whistle-blowers.
You probably don't know the director Lone Scherfig. Her name wasn't even in the credits of her first box-office success in the United States. Her second big hit here was nominated for Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Screenplay, but she wasn't nominated.
There is one week left before late registration for fall semester starts at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.