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More than 13,000 Arizona women terminated their pregnancies last year by abortion, a slight increase from the year before.
New chamber members
Losing affects everyone differently.
The high school football season is just kicking into full gear, but as any good fan knows, you need plenty of good food to keep those cheers coming before, during and after the game. Below, you’ll find this week’s top five matchups, along with great places to grab a bite to eat before and after the game.
Fashion and blogging seem to go hand in hand and a local boutique is celebrating that connection with its Fashionable Fall Blogger event.
I love Michael Brown, the fallen, “gentle giant” from Ferguson, Mo. I love all young men, a habit left over from raising three sons; big, loud, cocky; perilously full of life.
With less than 5 minutes left in the game Friday the sprinklers came on at Thunder Stadium, interrupting the game for about four minutes.
I often get asked by my clients whether it is legal to record telephone conversations. Like any good lawyer, I always answer that question by asking them a couple of questions, namely: (1) will at least one participant in the telephone call consent to your recording the call?; and (2) what state(s) will all of the participants in the call be in while the call takes place? The reason these two questions are critical is because Arizona is called a “one-party consent jurisdiction.” What this means is that in Arizona, an individual must have the consent or agreement of at least one party to a conversation to legally intercept or record a wire or electronic communication, including wireless and cellular calls. If one party to the conversation has not consented to your intercepting or recording the telephone call, you will be committing a felony (Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-3005). In addition, using a device to overhear (but not record) a conversation while not present, without the consent of a party to that conversation, is also a felony under Arizona law.
The first stab at football rankings are as scientific as pinning a tail on a donkey and probably shouldn’t come out until week three or so.
A transgender man is entitled to get a divorce in Arizona from his wife even though he kept his uterus and bore children with her, the state Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.
Smokey Bear turned 70 on Aug. 9.
What do Kenosha, Wisconsin, and Cape Cod, Massachusetts, have in common? Besides the fact that they are both splendid, waterfront communities, probably not much. Except this: Seventy-five years ago this week, these towns were the first public release points for one of the greatest films ever. “The Wizard of Oz.”
Football practices have officially started and season openers will be creeping up in a matter of weeks.
It might come in a flash or happen over the course of the season, but by the end of the year, there are going to be a handful of football players from the Southeast Valley who are going to have breakout seasons in 2014.
It’s nearly upon us.
A Tucson man is going to get a second — and improved — chance to escape child molestation charges because the police department threw out a an audio tape of an interview with the victim.
Former Arizona State star Will Sutton, now a rookie with the Chicago Bears, returns to the Valley on Saturday to meet fans and sign autographs from 12:30 to 2 p.m. at a sports card show at North Phoenix Baptist Church, located at 5757 N. Central Ave. in Phoenix.
Mountain Pointe High School’s Mu Alpha Theta math club recently placed fifth in this year’s Technology Student Association national competition.
My wife and I do some baby-sitting for a single mom we know so she can have some well-deserved “alone” time. Recently, we took her two munchkins to the dollar theater and watched “Mr. Peabody and Sherman.”
In the beginning there was dirt — and roads that were mere afterthoughts of other East Valley cities. For the most part, they didn’t lead to much of anywhere, as they dustily meandered west toward South Mountain.
In many areas of your life, you’re probably aware that it’s useful to keep emotions out of your decision-making — and that’s certainly the case with investing. However, it can be difficult to keep your feelings from influencing your investment decisions. But you may find it easier to invest with your head, rather than your heart, if you know a little something about two different cycles: the market cycle and your emotional cycle.
Jeff Hitchcox, from Uncle Bear's Grill and Tap, hands out beer samples during the Festival of Lights Wine & Beer Tasting Festival at The Foothills Golf Club on Saturday, May 31, 2014.