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Pride athletic trainer Jess Pierce checks Pride cornerback Dominique Fenstermacher (6) for an injury during the football game between Mountain Pointe Pride and Red Mountain Mountain Lions at Mountain Pointe on Friday, Nov. 15, 2013.
Brandyn Leonard got to the point where he didn’t even want to go to practice anymore.
New classes at Mountain Pointe High School offer students interested in the medical field a new understanding of sports medicine.
Mountain Pointe Athletic Trainer Jess Pierce stretches Josh Moses's hamstring during the football game between Cesar Chavez and Mountain Pointe at Cesar Chavez on Friday, Sept. 6, 2013.
Flanked by federal and state lawmakers, Gov. Jan Brewer signs a request Wednesday to President Obama to overrule the finding of the Federal Emergency Management Agency that the Yarnell Hill Fire does not qualify as a disaster. With the governor are Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, state Sen. Steve Pierce. Rep. Karen Fann, and member of Congress Paul Gosar, Trent Franks and Kyrsten Sinema.
Like many Jewish holidays, Rosh Hashana — the Jewish new year — is rich with delicious, symbolic foods. Rounds of challah bread, for example, signify continuity, while apples and honey represent wishes for a sweet year to come. Of course, just as important is spending time with loved ones.
Shawn Gorsline of Ahwatukee graduated from Franklin Pierce University in the spring of 2013. Gorsline earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
Editor’s note: The Jewish High Holy Days are known in Hebrew as Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe). They are a time of repentance that starts with the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashana (literally the “head of the year,” which this year begins at sundown Sept. 4) and ends with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement, which includes a day-long fast in repentance and ends at 7:14 p.m. Sept. 14). The Shofar, a hollowed-out ram’s horn, is used to call the Jewish faithful to examine their lives in the past year and to atone for any misdeeds.
Not waiting for formal gubernatorial approval, foes of her Medicaid expansion already are moving to undo at the ballot box and in court what they could not block at the Legislature.
An Ahwatukee couple’s youngest son was killed in Afghanistan this week when a suicide bomber attacked his unit.
State lawmakers voted last week to give businesses a chance to escape from class-action lawsuits before the legal bills -- and potential verdict against them -- gets too large.
Milenio fourth-grader Vade Pierce shows of his art during the Kyrene District Art Show on Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at Ben Furlong Education Center in Tempe.
In a week when North Korea posted a homemade video showing the U.S. Capitol building being destroyed by a missile, what more logical response could Hollywood offer than a macho thriller about a Secret Service agent who takes on North Korean terrorists who attack the White House? The first of two similarly themed action dramas set for this year ("White House Down" arrives in June), "Olympus Has Fallen" will put to the test the question of whether American audiences are ready, 12 years after 9-11, to watch, strictly as disposable popcorn entertainment, a film in which the United States and some of its most prominent landmarks are devastated by foreign terrorists.
Still far short of the votes she needs, Gov. Jan Brewer finally gave lawmakers a peek Tuesday at details of her plan to expand the state's Medicaid program in a bid to whip up support.
The state House voted Thursday to slam the door on gun buyback programs — even when the owners specifically ask that their weapons be destroyed.
Gov. Jan Brewer rallied doctors and nurses at the Capitol on Tuesday in her bid to get the necessary votes to expand the state's Medicaid program.
State lawmakers launched what could be considered an end-run of last year's voter rejection of a change in how judges are selected.
State lawmakers are moving to let Arizona businesses refuse to disclose to those who might want to sue them what the company knew about defective products.
Saying it’s none of the government’s business, a House panel voted Wednesday to bar cities, counties and the state from destroying guns that are voluntarily surrendered to them.
Norma Mae White, 82, of Ahwatukee, formerly of Indiana, Pa., passed away on Jan. 29 at St. Andrew’s Village after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. Born Feb. 16, 1930 in New Bethlehem, Pa., she is predeceased by her husband, A. B. White III, her parents Ernest and Lorena Dinger, and her grandson, Benson Adam White.
A bid to keep students from dropping out of school before they turn 18 faltered Monday amid bipartisan concerns that all it would do is mean more disruptive kids in school.
Gov. Jan Brewer announced the appointment of Edward “Pat” Madden to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission. Madden has been appointed for a five-year term, effective Jan. 21.
An Ahwatukee Foothills family needs help finding their missing 15-year-old daughter, who ran away on Jan. 9.
The new chairman of the Arizona Corporation Commission signaled Monday that the days of pushing solar and renewable energy over other sources are over.
In what’s been an otherwise tremendous year for movies, 2012 still brought us quite a few stinkers nevertheless. One general question film critics are asked is how they feel when ripping a movie apart. It may sound mean-spirited and arrogant to criticize a movie that a lot of people invested their time and money into. Anybody that has endured the 10 movies listed below however can understand that such criticisms are justified.