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New York • The milk industry is fed up with all the sourness over dairy.
As Americans continue turning away from milk, an industry group is pushing back at its critics with a social media campaign trumpeting the benefits of milk.
On Jan. 29, Renee Davis takes the stage for the 22nd time as Harriet Tubman in Desert Dance Theatre’s production of “Sister Moses,” a multidisciplinary performance at Chandler Center for the Arts emphasizing Tubman’s famous and heroic life.
To coincide with Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week, the AARP Fraud Watch Network is launching an education effort to help people protect themselves from tax scams, releasing a new video, a tip sheet and encouraging people to take advantage of AARP’s free tax preparation services.
PHOENIX (AP) — Criticized for its own handling of head injuries, the NFL launched an extensive lobbying campaign to pass laws protecting kids who get concussions while playing sports. The result: Within just five years, every state had a law on the books.
PHOENIX (AP) — Federal authorities say an immigrant was out on bond and awaiting deportation hearings when he killed a Phoenix-area convenience store clerk over a pack of cigarettes.
By now, I’m sure you know about our new graduation requirement in Arizona: Passing a civics test, a test based on the one prospective citizens take in order to become Americans.
Why in the world would the new Republican Congress ever consider increasing the federal gas tax? The tax is a perfectly dysfunctional way to fund transportation needs.
The celebration heading into next week’s Super Bowl matchup will include a party in Tempe to provide information about autism and recognize a Glendale student’s achievements.
How's that new year, new you fitness pledge going? January, the start of New Year's resolution month, sees a healthy uptick in sign-ups at gyms and specialized studios offering such things as Pilates, kickboxing and yoga.
PHOENIX -- Calling the state of education in Arizona "poor,'' the new superintendent of public instruction urged more money for teachers, less focus on job training and an end to the "roller coaster of dramatic changes'' in what and how students are taught.
I bought a new car this weekend. I’m usually frugal, a bargain hunter.
But here’s the truth: I caved on the price.
WASHINGTON – Without water from the Colorado River, Arizona’s gross state product would drop by more than $185 billion in a year and the state would lose more than 2 million jobs, a new report claims.
Tee up and take a swing at dementia with current and former stars of the NFL, NBA, MLB and boxing during the Pro Sports Celebrity Golf Tournament at The Legacy Golf Resort in Phoenix Jan. 28.
Under an Oct. 17 federal court ruling, gays and lesbians have the right in Arizona to marry, but homosexual couples may still find themselves unable to wed here in the church of their choice.
PHOENIX -- Insisting it will protect individual rights and create better citizens, the House and Senate voted Thursday to make Arizona the first state in the nation to require students to pass a civics test to graduate.
PHOENIX (AP) — Gov. Doug Ducey cited a survey that was discredited five years ago to argue that the state's students are performing dismally on civics and that a new statewide civics test is needed.
NOGALES, Ariz. – As port director for the Customs and Border Protection port here, Guadalupe Ramirez has seen heroin smuggled into the United States in almost every place imaginable on a vehicle, not to mention the human body.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Attorneys Monday went before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to make a case for and against a ban on ethnic studies in Arizona.
Weeks after an accident on Pecos Road that left a 59-year-old bicyclist dead and hundreds of people questioning the safety of the intersection, the 24-year-old driver in the case was arrested and booked on charges of manslaughter.