Older black Americans are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s than whites. And Latinos are one and a half times more likely.
Doctors, nurses and other health care workers across the country have reached crisis levels of burnout, prompting the U.S. Surgeon General to urge employers to review workloads and take further steps to address well-being.
State lawmakers lashed out Thursday at the director of the Department of Health Services after a report said the agency has failed to ensure that patients in nursing homes are kept safe.
The Ahwatukee Chamber Community Foundation and the Chamber’s Women in Business group are calling Class of 2022 high school graduates to apply for a Tim Hovik Scholarship to continue their education no matter what form it may take.
Disclosures last week that Lake Mead’s water level is plummeting more quickly than expected and putting even more strain on the Colorado River jolted some Western cities, but Phoenix wasn’t among them.
Four years after voters rejected a similar plan, Republican lawmakers are pushing ahead with a plan to let any of the 1.1 million students in public schools get vouchers to attend private and parochial schools.
A disturbing incident involving her teen daughter and a friend is prompting an Ahwatukee mom to warn parents to teach their kids to be careful when they’re out in the neighborhood.
As the countdown continues toward the July 6 start of early voting for the Aug. 2 Primary Election, an Ahwatukee lawyer seeking one of the two Democratic nominations for the Legislative District 12 House race has been victimized by repeated – and somewhat deranged – vandalism of his politica…
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s office has agreed to pay $11.75 million to a former inmate at the county jail for deliberately failing to protect him and ignoring his medical needs after he was assaulted by another inmate so badly he did not wake from a comma for two more than months.
People can fly without facemasks, attend raves and other large gatherings without restrictions and even attend Phoenix City Council meetings in person.
When Lori Cairn’s son J.R. was 2 years old, in 1996, the medical establishment’s understanding of autism outcomes was limited, prompting doctors to make pessimistic predictions about the quality of life those on the autism spectrum could expect.
Unified Sports programs at local high schools have taken off in recent years – most notably in Mesa, spearheaded by Westwood High School Athletic Director Brady Pond.
Plans are in the works to begin widening an 8-mile stretch of Santan Freeway through Gilbert and Chandler beginning in early 2024 that will increase traffic capacity and help reduce congestion through 2040.
Ahwatukee households where children are attending Kyrene as well as Tempe Union or Tempe Elementary schools can now depend on all three school districts having roughly the same calendar beginning with the 2023-24 school year.
Ahwatukee Foothills News
- Possible near-abduction worries local mom
- Phoenix appears confident as water alarm shakes the West
- Unhinged political sign defacement plagues local House candidate
- Gilbert comedy club worth paying a visit
- Valley housing market cooling faster, analyst says
- Braxton Thomas thriving at QB position for Desert Vista
- Local hotel-to-apartments project very much alive, owner says
- Wren House to open Euro craft beer hall here
- Santan Freeway widening to begin in 2024
- Longtime Ahwatukee chef founds catering company
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