The state’s top health official said approval of the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine could be a “game changer’’ in the fight against COVID-19.
Arizona’s community colleges may have the best chance ever of finally being able to offer four-year degrees to their students.
Tempe Union isn’t the only school district trying to show a greater acknowledgment of Native Americans.
Halloween is just around the corner, and for kids that means free candy. And free candy means an increased need to ensure you’re taking the proper steps to maintain adequate oral health. Candy is not only loaded with sugar, but is very acidic, and can have adverse impacts on the teeth if pro…
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Arizonans who find themselves out of work through no fault of their own could get their first increase in benefits in 17 years.
Last week, I attended a three-day virtual Cash Flow Expo. Most of the experts specialized in the unique niche of investing in mortgage notes.
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- Jobless pay benefit could be upped in Arizona
- TU board begins a regular tribute to local tribes tonight
- Ahwatukee chef seeks cookie monsters
- Ahwatukee woman working on new kind of shelters
- Andrew King making impact after return to Desert Vista
- Tiger’s crash: cars are safer, but don’t push the limits
- COVID-19 metrics show Ahwatukee is getting safer
- House OKs 4-year community college degrees
- The Edge: Let Club West see our course plans
- Book, webinar deal with seniors’ living transitions
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