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Colin Nash, 35, was struggling with $12,000 in credit card debt late last year. Meanwhile, Michael Fisher, 24, was looking for a new investment. So, Fisher loaned Nash $200. The two men, however, had never met.
Q: Can you tell me if these "peer-to-peer" lending Web sites are legit? - Cameron
Spanish Teacher Brian Johnson speaks during the Desert Vista Peer Tutoring grand opening on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012.
Club President Anisha Gupta cuts the ribbon with Treasurer Cindy Wu and Secretary Ava Karanjia, right, during the Desert Vista Peer Tutoring grand opening on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012.
Club President Anisha Gupta speaks to students during the Desert Vista Peer Tutoring grand opening on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012.
Arizona students lag behind their counterparts in five other states in being prepared for college courses, test results released Friday show.
The family of a Highland High School special needs senior is fighting for their son's right to walk in this year's graduation ceremony.
Pinal County seniors will be helping other seniors through a new group in the San Tan area. SanTan Triad, being formed by local volunteers with the help of the county attorney's and sheriff's offices, is seeking senior volunteers and senior clients to help.
SENIORS HELPING SENIORSs: Santan Triad members Margaret Carstens, from left, Gordon Brown and Mary Gloria are shown Wednesday at Johnson Ranch. The group of younger seniors aims to help older seniors.
When Gilbert Elementary School students have a conflict — such as an argument over who called “next” in a game of playground tetherball — someone with authority steps in.
PRACTICING: 10-year-old Rhiley Butcher., a fifth-grader, acts out a skit with other students in which they practice the appropriate way to resolve a dispute. Bettina Hansen
A group of Mesquite High School students in Gilbert wants help to rebuild a high school in Northern Uganda. Members of Mesquite’s Up and Coming Voters club have joined with the Schools for Schools program of Invisible Children, a nonprofit organization supporting the people of Northern Uganda, with the goal of raising $10,000.
It’s Friday after school and six Desert Mountain High School students are sitting around a table talking about the FBR Open. For now, it’s just the students at the Palomino Library Teen Center who hear the conversation.
WIRED: Colton Farnsworth, 16, from left, Porter Charles, 16, and Cully Handel, 16, record a podcast about the FBR Open.
Crocodiles in Mesa? Crikey! Mother Nature’s perfect predator is the star of "When Crocodiles Ruled," an exhibit opening Saturday at the Mesa Southwest Museum.
Ever wondered how your favorite newspaper cartoonists get ideas for their comic strips? "Certain cartoonists draw a lot from their lives," says Valley cartoonist Rick Kirkman, who, with Jerry Scott, hatched the idea for "Baby Blues" shortly after his second child was born in the late 1980s.
The latest issue of Playboy magazine features eight Olympic hopefuls wearing little more than their smile.
They're often portrayed as America's spoiled generation — high school students who don't appreciate what it means to make sacrifices and endure hardship.
Bertha Hofer deserves to be one of the summer's biggest, if unlikeliest, TV stars.
OMAHA, Neb. - Gary Hall Jr. isn’t going to make a stink about getting on the 400-meter freestyle relay this time. But the two-time defending Olympic 50 free champion is still stirring things up.
PRESCOTT, Ariz. - A 14-year-old Arizona girl has been arrested on suspicion of hitting another teen over the head with a folding chair in an incident that was posted on the Internet.
His peers are in Ahwatukee Foothills. His home is in the burgeoning city of Maricopa. But once a week, you will find Mountain Pointe sophomore Adam Castillo with neither his peers nor his family, but helping run a city program that gives Maricopa middle-schoolers a chance to explore their horizons.