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There is a story about two monks walking along the road when they come to a shallow, muddy river. A beautiful woman in a long white dress is standing there. She can’t figure out how to continue her journey without ruining her outfit.
In a universe that leaned heavily toward Collin Dean’s favor, the 9-year-old would ask two simple questions before accepting a role on a TV show or film: How much does it pay and what kind of food is offered?
Gilbert High senior Sara Olguin enjoys hitting the gym. The difference is she hits it a little bit more than most. And a lot harder.
“People keep talking about the Koch brothers buying elections. The money they spend is chickenfeed compared to billions labor unions, George Soros and Michael Bloomberg spend. They are the ones buying elections.”
When Higley played Apache Junction on Oct. 10, the two schools nearly ran out of room on the scoreboard. The teams combined for 170 points in a 95-75 win for Higley that saw quarterback Mason Crossland set a state record with 641 yards and nine touchdowns.
Catholic Charities of Arizona is offering a variety of counseling services to those who might not previously have been able to afford them. Holy Cross Catholic Church, on Power Road in Mesa, is one of many locations where East Valley residents can seek help for a variety of needs.
Husband and wife duo Susan Eyed and Roland Sarlot are bringing their magic show, “Carnival of Illusion: Around the World in 80 Minutes,” to the Mesa Arts Center.
Get together your geek-gathering gear and garb, there’s a new pop culture convention in town, and its name is Comic & Media Expo (or CMX for short.) They will be making their inaugural run at the Mesa Convention Center from Oct. 17–19, and showcasing local talent as well as nationwide notables from comics, cosplay, television and movies.
A family of four entered a local shelter with tattered clothes and tired eyes, carrying three old garbage bags holding their only belongings. A wave of relief washed over the family as they cautiously walked into the shelter, greeted by barking dogs, a clean playground and an onslaught of accommodating volunteers.
A Maricopa County grand jury decided to indict four people in the deaths of more than 20 dogs at a boarding facility in Gilbert in one of the largest animal cruelty cases the county has seen.
Friday's federal court ruling voiding Arizona restrictions against same-sex marriage raises a series of new questions about other state laws which discriminate based on sexual orientation.
A large number of students from Kyrene de la Colina Elementary School were sent home Thursday after the school experienced several bouts of norovirus — a common stomach virus.
Arizona's jobless rate slid last month, but the statistics show that the state still has a long way to go toward recovery.
The Pan de Vida Foundation will host an expo Oct. 18 to give free health checks to needy individuals.
Q. What are common signs of hearing loss?
Flu season is well on the way and doctors are urging everyone to vaccinate in order to be protected from the illness this fall and winter. Dr. Michael A. Kaplan, MD, national medical director for NextCare Urgent Care, cleared up some questions and confusion surrounding the vaccine.
As a registered Republican one of the biggest things that worries me about Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey is his climbing into political bed with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Why would a guy seek out the support and endorsement form a sheriff who is under federal scrutiny and court ordered regulation, has been shown to be an ineffective sheriff who blew off hundreds of cases involving rapes and child molests, has cost the taxpayers of Maricopa County well over $100 million dollars in misspent jail tax funds, has 30,000 unserved felony arrest warrants in his files, has cost us tens of millions of dollars related to lawsuits stemming from prisoners being abused and killed in his jail and who spent the last decade alienating Hispanics on both sides of the border?
Sixty years ago, Seton Catholic Prep was just a tiny school near modern-day Arizona Avenue and Chandler Boulevard where a Boys & Girls Club stands today.
With the USA and coalitions dabbling in some type of skirmish with ISIS terrorists in the Syrian and Iraqi regions, now’s an important time to reflect on the advancement of terrorism and its impact on America’s way of life. Case in point:
Have you received a call, supposedly from Medicare, asking you to verify information, including your bank account?
Desert Vista has one of the top boys and girls cross country programs in Arizona, and it proved it last Friday at the Desert Twilight Cross Country Festival.
Everyone Melody Spencer meets during her annual registration drive for today’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Phoenix has a story to tell about breast cancer. It must be tough to keep track of how many stories she’s heard in the seven years she’s stood in grocery stores and malls talking to people about the annual race.
Amid all of the complications associated with treating breast cancer, one of the most important is deciding the best route to eradicate the cancer. Selecting the best route, however, is a tricky decision given the multiple types of breast cancer and the variety of treatment options.
Banner Health facilities in the East Valley have begun serving veterans who might have to wait for service at their local Veterans Affairs clinic. Run through the Welcome Veterans Project, the program has veterans receiving services from area Banner facilities in lieu of receiving it from a VA clinic. The Phoenix VA clinic has received criticism for extended wait times for service due in part to a lack of doctors, as well as accusations those wait times have led to deaths.