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Social media creates such an interesting window into the world. Yes, it tells us we’re obsessed with dancing baby animals, but it also gives us a look at the better side of ourselves. It tells us what we share, and apparently, being the victim of a bully is a top shared experience.
We are watching our country evolve into a four-group Caste System.
Carefree Town Councilman Bob Coady has filed a protection order against fellow Councilman Gary Hayward for what Coady said was his colleague’s physical threats stemming from a heated meeting.
May 24, 2005
March 8, 2005
NEW YORK - If Caroline Kennedy had, you know, only known. Tracking the would-be New York senator's verbal tics has become a political parlor game in the days since she gave her first round of in-depth interviews, even spawning a hip-hop-style mash-up online blending her "you knows" with President-elect Barack Obama's "uhs."
One morning, instead of waking to a crying baby, Ramona Garcia of Tempe woke to silence.
A bill has been introduced in the Arizona Legislature that addresses bullying and harassment through electronic means on campus or through school property.
This week’s interview advice comes from Robin Craig, co-owner of Package You. Robin Craig is a personnel branding expert specializing in great first impressions.
Education: Some college
Is look for a new job one of the top ten items on your list of New Year’s resolutions? If so, Maricopa Workforce Connections (MWC), MAXIMUS and the Arizona Department of Economic Security has an opportunity for you!
Unlike their counterparts in the past, 2006 graduates are facing a positive job outlook. Employers are planning to hire more new graduates and are offering higher salaries than were offered to last year’s graduates.
Elaine Stover, Associate director of Arizona State University Career Services
Chandler City Manager Donna Dreska is coming under heightened scrutiny by the City Council, with some members complaining they aren’t being kept fully informed on some issues.
February 10, 2005
A nonprofit group that has gotten hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars over the years to run the Chandler Museum refuses to let the city examine its finances, according to city documents.
PHOENIX - A Phoenix man is asking a court to set aside a settlement agreement and clear the way for a $100 million lawsuit against Dr. Phil McGraw and the producers of his television show, including Oprah Winfrey, for discrimination.
Three East Valley students have been selected as semifinalists to compete for the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist.” Conner Wareing of Scottsdale, Brittany Bark of Gilbert and Jonny Woodbury of Tempe are among 400 semifinalists selected from 1,900 students nationwide in the Discovery Channel’s Young Scientist Challenge.
Mesa City Councilwoman Janie Thom stood her ground Wednesday against critics who said her vote against a rezoning case could doom efforts to develop Williams Gateway Airport into a 100,000-job center.
Imagine a business card that talks. Or a witch that looks like the Wicked Witch of the West, but who tells funny jokes instead of trying to kill Dorothy, her buddies and her dog, Toto.
When an emergency room team is confronted with a patient who speaks a language nobody at the hospital can understand, they're likely to call a remote interpreter for real-time translation.