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Strong winds making their way across our state on Monday are kicking up more than just dirt and dust.
The Maricopa County confirmed its first positive mosquito sample for West Nile Virus was found last month in the East Valley.
Maricopa County Supervisor Max Wilson says he's resigning, effective on March 11.
“Our conservative state Legislature is moving forward on over 500 proposed laws this session. Nice to see so called ‘small government’ Republicans show that they are incapable of sticking to their supposed values.”
Amidst a gloomy batch of nominees – addressing themes such as lost love, sacrifice and coping with death – “Curfew” springs forth as a welcome jolt of energy to the live action shorts. The premise is fairly simple: a dejected young man gets a call from his estranged sister, asking that he look after his 9-year-old niece for a couple hours. What transpires is a droll, heartfelt and often tender story that explores forgiveness and discovering a renewed sense of purpose in one’s life.
TUCSON — A reconfigured lineup. An oddly shaped field and a long drive to the field.
The state health officials say the flu is still increasing in Arizona with a steep increase seen in the past two weeks.
To celebrate the opening of its newest Chandler location, FastMed Urgent Care is holding a ribbon-cutting event noon Saturday, Jan. 26, and will kick off a month of free flu shots for the Chandler community.
United Blood Services is experiencing a severe shortage of blood donations as many donors cancel appointments due to the flu.
For the past six months, nurse practitioner Tom Morris has been part of the Mesa Fire Department.
It's that time of year. The nights are long, the mornings are chilly. Maybe you're sniffling and sneezing, coughing and clammy and ready to be done with your all-too-common cold.
Harry's "Cold or Flu" Chicken and Vegetable Soup at Harry's Cafe. Some think certain cultural foods might help ward off sickness - or at least make you feel better. (SHNS photo by Randall Benton / The Sacramento Bee)
Influenza is now "widespread" in Arizona, according to the latest report from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Hospital emergency rooms in the East Valley “exploded” with patients in the last two weeks, health officials reported.
As we consider New Year’s resolutions, I gladly share a story of Violet Jerome, a family friend who knew the secrets of keeping the Christmas Spirit alive, year round. Come to think of it, with our nation trapped in moral chaos, her story needs to be shared across the land.
While use of methamphetamine is down in Gilbert, heroin and prescription drugs are on the uptick, according to the Gilbert Police Department.
Arizona’s flu cases more than doubled in the last week, according to the state Department of Health Services.
Over the last 10 years, Queen Creek has seen its share of change. Empty fields and vacant store fronts are now home to mega shopping centers, homes and a variety of small businesses tucked in between.
An unvaccinated woman in her late 50s is the first person identified with the flu this season, the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health confirmed this week.
The Arizona Department of Health Services marked the start of a new flu season Wednesday with shots available at the Capitol to state employees.
Arizona Department of Health Services Chief Medical Officer Cara Christ receives her flu vaccine Wednesday during a clinic for state workers at the Capitol in Phoenix. (submitted)
When principal Ray Mercado arrived at Gilbert Elementary School three years ago, he set about making improvements.
All employees, physicians, volunteers, vendors, contractors and health care students at Banner Health facilities will be required to receive a flu vaccine by Dec. 1 under Banner’s “No Flu for You” program.
Three-percent of the adult population suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).