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The head of the organization offering to fund a study on medical marijuana at the University of Arizona said he will pull the cash unless the school restores fired doctor and researcher Sue Sisley to the staff and the project.
The signs in front of local schools do not carry a message that most kids want to hear — “School Begins in Early August.” In spite of protests, our kids are now making the usual preparations: buying school supplies, school clothes and often a new backpack. Whether old or new, some guidelines for using backpacks will come in handy for both youth and their parents.
Starting a new business is often stressful for owners, but with the help from a support team, opening a small business in Gilbert has become much simpler.
A University of Arizona doctor and researcher, given her walking papers last month, is not going quietly.
In the midst of a more than 50-year relationship, Arizona PBS’ connection with Arizona State University has grown enough to make it one of the largest of its kind in the world, which is expected to benefit students and viewers alike.
Come Jan. 1, thousands of Arizona veterans and others suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder will soon be able to obtain marijuana legally.
A University of Arizona doctor who was pushing for more research into medical marijuana is being let go — she believes for political reasons.
Seventy years ago, Allied forces landed tens of thousands of men at Normandy, France, in the largest seaborne invasion in history — D-Day. In the time since then, Justin Roy has stayed busy, hoping to one day forget what he saw and did there.
You're in love and ready to buy an engagement ring.
It seems that more and more often, I encounter numerous clients, friends and associates who have been laid off or fired and many others who for one reason or another are out of work and looking for a job. If you are in this group of individuals and looking for employment, it can be a tremendously stressful time as you try and figure out what you are going to do to survive and pay your bills. It becomes even more worrisome to balance survival with the lengthy processes companies implement in their hiring practices.
When my father Ira Fulton was just 12 years old, his father stood him in front of a mirror and said, “Ira, this is your competition. Don’t compare yourself to others; just compare yourself with you.” Years later, my father would repeat this scenario, but now he was the father and I was the mirror image.
Suri is a beautiful domestic medium-haired white and gray tabby cat, about 2 years old. She has been waiting a while for a home because she just doesn’t show well at the adoption center. The shelter environment causes her to become overly stressed and then she wants nothing to do with meeting a potential family. Suri originally was rescued off the streets as a stray. Suri would need to be the only cat in her new home as she becomes defensive around other cats. She’d like to be the “queen” of the house and be loved on all day by her people. She ADORES the attention she receives from her people. Once acclimated to her new home she’ll follow her humans around, sit next to them on the couch … she’s a great cat for a quiet home. It isn’t known how she’d do with dogs and kids.
Crony capitalism occurs when government and the private sector scratch each other’s back. But that isn’t capitalism at all — rather its opposite.
Prosecutors announced Wednesday that they will not bring criminal charges against a Maricopa County Sheriff's deputy for his part in a high-speed crash that killed a driver in December.
On Wednesday, in the Bass Pro Shops at the Mesa Riverview Shopping Center, the Phillips family gathered with distant relatives in a meeting room upstairs. They had been told that a family member had won a raffle — lunch, a shopping spree and the opportunity to meet an unspecified celebrity, perhaps a country music star.
Voters from Gilbert and the surrounding area had an opportunity to meet candidates vying to represent the two local school boards during a special forum at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts on June 5.
State Health Director Will Humble acted illegally in denying access to medical marijuana to people — many of them former soldiers — suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, an administrative law judge has ruled.
Karin Burns, D.V.M.
Priority Pet Hospital
4902 S. Val Vista Drive
(480) 857-7234 or PriorityPetHospital.com
A 1998 University of Florida grad with two cats and two dogs of her own, Dr. Burns is the primary vet at Priority Pet Hospital, which she runs with her husband, Billy Griswold, also a veterinarian. A self-described “cat person” (she’s a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners), Burns finds the excited kisses of an enthusiastic dog pretty hard to resist, too. She believes pets and their people should feel at ease at every vet visit. With gentle, low-stress handling, positive reinforcement, patience and compassion, Burns and her team create a warm, inviting atmosphere for patients and pet owners.
Higley Road Pet Clinic
866 N. Higley Road, Suite 106
(480) 396-9800 or HigleyRoadPetClinic.vetstreet.com
East Valley Animal Hospital
81 W. Guadalupe Road, Suite 105
(480) 892-1577 or EastValleyAnimal.com
Emily Kocher’s parents were cool enough to allow the 18-year-old to get her first tattoo on her most recent birthday. Of all the possible combinations, the Mesa resident opted for a gold ribbon on her right forearm.
Good evening. My name is Zac Dunn, and before I begin I would just like to take a quick moment to thank all of you from coming out and sharing in this momentous day. I know I speak not only for myself but for every other graduate here when I say that in reaching today, not a single one of us has done it alone; we've all had the irreplaceable support of friends, faculty, and most importantly, family. So on a night that is so concentrated on us, the graduates, I would ask for a round of applause thanking everyone who helped us reach this moment.
Top legislative leaders are telling Gov. Jan Brewer she can have the money she wants for child welfare — but not all at once.
WASHINGTON - More Americans may wind up helping Mom as she gets older, but a new poll shows the most stressful kind of caregiving is for a frail spouse.
In this Aug. 30, 2013 photo, Pauline King cares for her husband Jerry King at their home in Anna, Ill. Jerry was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1978. He can no longer go to the bathroom, bathe or dress himself without assistance from Pauline. You promise in sickness and in health, but a new poll shows becoming a caregiver to a frail spouse causes more stress than having to care for Mom, Dad or even the in-laws. Americans count on their families to care for them as they get older, with good reason: Half of people 40 and over already have been caregivers to relatives or friends, the poll found. (AP Photo/Stephen Lance Dennee)
Two environmental groups on Friday dropped their lawsuit seeking to force the federal government to finally determine the impact of Fort Huachuca on the San Pedro River.
Agriculture is a central pillar of the Arizona economy, but without workable immigration laws that provide growers with a dependable, legal workforce this essential industry faces huge barriers to success. Western Growers Association has stressed the urgent need for immigration policy changes in recent meetings with Arizona Congressional delegation representatives, and will continue to do so in the next several months. It is important to urge our leaders to make fixing our broken immigration system one of their top legislative goals this year.