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A federal judge this morning voided Arizona's prohibition against gay marriage, paving the way for same sex weddings — immediately.
Ducey dodges veterans
Money may or may not be able to buy happiness, but a new WalletHub report shows that, on average, Arizonans are somewhat less happy with their lives than much of the rest of the nation. And part of the state's ranking at No. 31 is because income is below the national average and is not growing.
Cindy Hallman-Quenneville has been named the new executive director and Bruce Weiss has been promoted as the new deputy director for Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS.
U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema has released a comprehensive resource guide for veterans in her district just as this week she met with Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald to get an update on when care for veterans will be improving in Phoenix.
After its annual meeting, the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel elected its 2014-2015 officers and board members, which included reelecting Don Myles as a senior director of the FDCC. In addition to serving as a senior director since 2012, Myles is also on the Executive Committee of the FDCC.
In what could be the first crack in the state's ban on gay marriage, a federal judge on Friday ordered the state to issue a death certificate for George Martinez that lists Green Valley resident Fred McQuire as his legal spouse.
Cecelia Kowalski made a discovery that served her very well last year in the pool.
The Arizona Diamondbacks will host their first-ever #DbacksSocial Speakeasy 5 p.m. Friday in the Coors Light Strike Zone.
Tempe is one of the nation's top best college towns, according to Liveability.com.
This spring, as tragic reports surfaced of veterans dying while waiting for care at the Phoenix VA, I hosted a town hall forum at Burton Barr Central Library where the families of four veterans who passed away stood before a packed room to tell their stories.
There’s no doubt it’s politics time in the Valley. The signs are on street corners. Candidates messages are coming to phones across the Valley.
Rhoda Jane Claydor, 98, went to be with the Lord on July 21. She was born in Dickenson County, Va., grew up in Pikeville, Ky., raised her family in Oxon Hill, Md., and spent most of her retirement in Ahwatukee, with the past two years living at Mountain Park Senior Living. She was active at the Pecos Recreation Center and with Ahwatukee Foothills Family YMCA’s Outreach Programs for Ahwatukee Seniors (Y OPAS).
Arizona has a higher percentage of individuals who have applied for deferred action than any other states, according to a new report.
When Tavian Gould steps onto the field for Brophy Prep in the coming weeks, it will mark the start of his high school football journey.
Hospice of the Valley was awarded a $200,000 grant this month from BHHS Legacy Foundation to develop and evaluate a program designed to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and their family caregivers.
To answer Bill Richardson’s two main questions, “Do we keep Democrat Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema to represent us or do we elect someone else?” And, “Are Rogers and Walter the best Republicans can come up with to challenge Sinema in CD 9?”
Many Republican voters appear to be waiting until the last minute before deciding who to support for governor.
Andrew Walter sat down with the Ahwatukee Foothills News and East Valley Tribune on July 11 to answer questions dealing with the economy, education and the Veteran Affairs scandal.
If you received a bill in the mail that contained $700 in hidden fees, you’d be furious ... right? That’s exactly what could happen to you this November if you live in Phoenix.
Chandler resident Gus LaZear was named vice president and general manager of the Virginia G. Piper Sports & Fitness Center for Persons with Disabilities (SpoFit), a program run by the Arizona Bridge to Independent Living.
The excitement of acceptance into that dream college has passed. The first day of classes is still weeks away. But the resources provided by high school teachers and computer labs are no longer available for recent graduates.
You know George Washington and John Hancock as Founding Fathers. But what about George Washington, successful whiskey distiller? Or John Hancock, fortified wine importer?
Tom Morrissey, who is running for the state Senate in Legislative District 18, will be providing the community with free child ID cards during the Red, White and Boom festival on Thursday, July 3. Retired and volunteer police officers will take fingerprints of each child onto a card that will be given to their parents. The cards can help police identify a child in an emergency situation. Morrissey’s team provided the same service to guests at the Spring Fling Carnival and fingerprinted about 70 children at that time.