Gov. Doug Ducey is not in favor of Arizona becoming the state that finally puts the Equal Rights Amendment into the U.S. Constitution.
Protecting children in Ahwatukee schools from the violence that has become all too common in the United States was on the minds of both Tempe Union and Kyrene district officials last week at two separate discussions.
For Father’s Day this year, George Hursh had a chance to celebrate at least 12 times over – once for every child that he and his wife, Kate, have adopted.
As a nine-year veteran aesthetician, Erica Rodarte depends on her hands to survive.
County health officials are reminding Ahwatukee and other residents to keep their distance from bats after two rabid critters were found – one in a Costco parking lot in North Phoenix.
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Martha Neese still recalls how she and her husband, Gene, used to pack their suitcases with meat when they flew from Iowa to their second home in Ahwatukee.
Cornhole, a staple of backyard games, has become an organized sport with its own national governing board and even has state tournaments like next weekend’s third annual Arizona Cornhole Championship.
The biggest challenge that Jan and Toni Wilson faced when they decided to open a fitness studio was finding one that felt like home.
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- Businessman plans a permanent water fix for Club West
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- Domestic violence disables local woman in more ways than one
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There are days when it’s kind of mortifying to be a white person. Last Thursday was one of those days.
The 2018 legislative session concluded last week, capped off by a nearly 24-hour work day on the budget last Wednesday. This session was focused on K-12 education funding, as we sought to get our local schools and our teachers more support.
Our economy and quality of life depend on educating our future workforce well and educating the whole child. The education budget bill does not meet our education needs.
Everyone has bias; this reality is neither good nor bad. How bias connects with power and authority begets racism. Racism is messy, and anti-black bias in America is alive and well, even at Starbucks.
Red for Ed came to the Kyrene School District headquarters on April 11. A grandparent of four granddaughters who have attended Kyrene community public schools, I decided to attend the Red for Ed Rally.
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