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Climate change and global warming are two things that seem to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue. But John Purchase, a retired physicist and engineer, said not many people know what they’re talking about.
I never used a Ouija board as a kid, but I gather the thrill of the experience corresponds with the fun gleaned from reciting “Bloody Mary” in front of a mirror three times. It's the fear struck from anticipation from what could happen, from the simple potential that there is something beyond the ethereal plane a person can summon with little thought put behind it.
Desert Vista earned just its third win this season on Friday, narrowly escaping with a 36-22 victory over the Corona del Sol Aztecs. For the Thunder, it's the team's second win in as many weeks.
Adults, children, even dogs are welcome to attend the annual AIDS Walk Arizona & 5K Run Phoenix, one of Aunt Rita’s Foundation signature events.
After over a decade of work on incredibly detailed paintings, Don Coen’s “Migrant Series” is making its world debut at the Phoenix Art Museum.
Saying Tucson has been “uncooperative and evasive,” the American Civil Liberties Union wants a judge to immediately order it to turn over documents about use of a device by the police department that allows it to track cell phone users without their knowledge.
As a member of the Gilbert Town Council, I join with other current and former elected officials who fully endorse Ron Bellus for the Gilbert School Board. We understand the importance of building relationships when working with one another in the governing process. Those relationships aren’t created overnight; it takes time to build trust and mutual respect.
Craft beer fans in the East Valley will have another option to taste a wide variety of brews with the grand opening of a new brewery this fall.
The mystery surrounding the death of former heavyweight boxer Zora Folley, including what actually occurred the night the Chandler resident died more than four decades ago, is the subject of a new book by author and former reporter Marshall Terrill.
Officials from the city of Chandler expect an incoming apartment complex will create a more urbanized feel to the downtown area.
The owners of the new Uptown Cheapskate resale shop are looking to families new and old as they develop a broader clientele base.
On the afternoon of Oct. 23, BASIS charter school in Mesa will host a viewing party for a partial eclipse of the sun, which will take place between 2:40 p.m. and 4:45 p.m.
People looking for a quick, easy meal may consider In-N-Out Burger their best bet, while diners who want a fancy Italian, Mexican or Japanese dish have many restaurants on Mill Avenue to satisfy this craving. But for fresh, local ingredients ready to make any type of meal, the Tempe Farmers Market is the place to go.
Husband and wife duo Susan Eyed and Roland Sarlot are bringing their magic show, “Carnival of Illusion: Around the World in 80 Minutes,” to the Mesa Arts Center.
Daniel Lawrence Whitney, commonly known as Larry The Cable Guy, is making audiences across the country laugh on his latest comedy tour, which makes a stop in Chandler on Oct. 18 at the Chandler Center for the Arts.
A family of four entered a local shelter with tattered clothes and tired eyes, carrying three old garbage bags holding their only belongings. A wave of relief washed over the family as they cautiously walked into the shelter, greeted by barking dogs, a clean playground and an onslaught of accommodating volunteers.
Mountain Pointe cruised through the first four games of the season.
Already being shown the door by voters, state schools chief John Huppenthal is now facing allegations that he improperly used public resources in his unsuccessful reelection bid.
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Facing a lawsuit they appeared to be losing, state prison officials have agreed to improve health care for the more than 34,000 inmates in their custody.
A husband and wife had been married for many years when the husband began to fear that his wife was going deaf. He implemented an informal exam. While his wife was in the kitchen cooking dinner, the husband in a normal, conversation tone asked from the den, “Honey, what’s for dinner?” She didn't answer. So he moved closer to the kitchen and repeated the question; no response.
Students and faculty celebrated Compadre Academy’s reunification and preserved remnants from the start of the school’s new history during a ceremony on Oct. 2.
Banner Health facilities in the East Valley have begun serving veterans who might have to wait for service at their local Veterans Affairs clinic. Run through the Welcome Veterans Project, the program has veterans receiving services from area Banner facilities in lieu of receiving it from a VA clinic. The Phoenix VA clinic has received criticism for extended wait times for service due in part to a lack of doctors, as well as accusations those wait times have led to deaths.
Gilbert’s continued expansion has grown in tandem with its reputation as a friendly place for families to live.