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More construction is coming to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Council members recently approved four contracts totaling $99.6 million. The money will cover design and construction services to extend the SPHX Sky Train from Terminal 3 to the rental car center.
Jun. 23, 2017
elderly patient
In a new survey released by Home Instead Senior Care, a senior care provider, nearly half of the 1,000 female caregivers surveyed nationwide say they sometimes have to choose between being a good employee and a good daughter.
Jun. 23, 2017
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People with disabilities and disability advocates are weighing in on the new Republican healthcare proposal, which threatens to decimate Medicaid.
Jun. 23, 2017
F-35B
F-35 fighter jets have been grounded in Arizona for the second time this month.
Jun. 23, 2017
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Flu vaccines are never 100 percent effective, but new federal statistics show that the vaccine released last year did a particularly bad job at protecting certain age groups, including many seniors.
Jun. 23, 2017
The Arizona State Court of Appeal ruled Thursday the ex-wife of a woman who gave birth to a child cannot presume to be the parent. The judges ruled the law on paternity clearly and unambiguously applies solely to men.
Jun. 23, 2017
Condor Airlines
Phoenix Sky Harbor will soon have non-stop flights to Germany.
Jun. 23, 2017
The past 20 years have led to a type of bicycle renaissance, with cities adding more and more miles of bike lanes and sidewalks. Now, Maricopa County is creating a plan to address gaps in bikeways.
Jun. 23, 2017
A home weather station
The Valley hit record temperatures this week, topping out at 119 degrees on Tuesday, but some amateur Valley weather spotters saw even higher temperatures.
Jun. 23, 2017
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The Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS in Phoenix is one of 30 centers nationwide to receive a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Jun. 23, 2017
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“We listen to our residents,as well as doing various park amenity audits,” said Chandler Community Services Planning Manager Mickey Ohland. He said the projects have been in the works for about two years.
Jun. 23, 2017
death chamber
A settlement in the lawsuit against Arizona’s death penalty has cleared the way for the state to resume executions of death-row prisoners.
Jun. 22, 2017
A view of I-17 traffic, from inside a car
A brush fire north of Phoenix has burned more than 50 acres — and closed parts of three highways, including 11 miles of Interstate 17.
Jun. 22, 2017
Ramadan fast
The Muslim Holy month of Ramadan ends this weekend. Let's hear now from Nour Ibrahim, a Coptic Christian who takes us on her attempt to go on an Islamic fast for a day.
Jun. 22, 2017
Supporters of the Affordable Care Act say the Senate’s replacement bill is just as bad for Arizona as the House version. That criticism comes as senators gear up to debate the bill in the coming days.
Jun. 22, 2017
Steven Lewis Simpson
A white man’s experience in Indian Country can be full of guilt-ridden cliches. But, in the new film, "Neither Wolf Nor Dog," which is based on the best-selling novel, the characters push beyond that when they suck a white author into the heart of Lakota country in South Dakota on a journey to document one of their elder’s life stories.
Jun. 22, 2017
Cary Fowler
Last year, some water seeped into the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway. This caused some alarm, since the facility houses more than 500 million seeds of hundreds of thousands of different crops.
Jun. 22, 2017
There’s a problem on the Navajo Nation — of stray dogs. But Glenda Davis of the Navajo Nation Animal Control Program is trying to do something about it.
Jun. 22, 2017
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Listen to the sounds of Diane Chenoweth enjoying tea at a tea ceremony held by the Arizona Asian American Association.
Jun. 22, 2017
Sasha Reyes
The best celebrity chefs aren’t just great at their craft in the kitchen — they’re great business people, too. But crunching numbers and balancing budgets isn’t exactly the same skill set as braising and searing. A new program at ASU aims to bridge that gap for local chefs. The Prepped Program targets mobile food entrepreneurs who need a boost to get their business off the ground.
Jun. 22, 2017

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