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Shoana Anderson of the Arizona Department of Health Services explains how the state's flu season compares with the rest of the country. James Hodge of Arizona State University's O'Connor College of Law considers the ethics of requiring workers to be vaccinated and sending them home if they're ill.
television news anchor Bill Close has died at the age of 91.STEVE GOLDSTEIN: Close worked for 29 years at Channel Ten in Phoenix—then known as KOOL—as news anchor
and Vice President for News until he retired in 1993.
Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers says the city has a good
opportunity to keep the Coyotes in town, even though Thursday night’s deadline
passed without a prospective owner coming up with the money to buy the team.
Several Republican Governors, including Arizona's Jan Brewer, are in favor of expanded Medicaid funding -- even as they continue to oppose the Affordable Care Act. Many Republican members of Congress are also supporting immigration reform.
Suns continue to have one of the worst records in the NBA’s Western Conference,
but the organization is trying to find other ways to attract fans to games.STEVE GOLDSTEIN: The Suns’
average attendance this season is under fifteen-thousand per home game at U.
The Appalachian Trail -- 2,184 miles of public pathway through the wilds of one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, the Appalachians. The trail, envisioned by forester and conservationist Benton MacKaye as a refuge from life in the industrialized metropolis, was completed in 1937.
European-based software development company has selected Arizona for its U.S. headquarters. The governor’s office announced the arrival of Stealth
Software will bring 200 tech jobs to the state.
O’DOWD: The company’s European headquarters
are split between Luxembourg
and the Netherlands.
The Tempe City Council wants to crack down on unwanted panhandling. The council decided Thursday on changes that could please downtown business owners but may upset others. KJZZ’s Al Macias reports.City council members are trying to limit street begging which has become a growing problem in popular areas such the Mill Avenue.
lawmakers are moving to narrow the
list of animals people can legally claim they need for assistance, and
bring wherever they go. You might think
only service dogs would be in
this category, as they assist the blind with navigation, aid those with
disabilities in retrieving medications and assist with balance and