"The Recovering Caregiver" is a four-episode podcast about life after dementia. This podcast is geared toward caregivers who have entered the final phase of caregiving: life without their loved one. This podcast was inspired by Kathy Ritchie's own journey.
The small town of Yarnell near Prescott was almost destroyed by a wildfire in 2013. In the process of saving the town, 19 firefighters with the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed. On Saturday, the town of about 600 people dedicated its memorial to the men who died saving their community.
A federal judge ordered the Senate to reinstate a former policy adviser by Oct. 31, but the Senate missed the deadline and is deadlocked in negotiations with the staffer. At a hearing Friday, the judge appeared annoyed at times that he was being forced to tell the two sides how to negotiate those terms.
Paul Petersen, the Arizona elected official charged with running an adoption-fraud scheme involving women from the Marshall Islands, ran a legal practice and “made happy families,” his attorney said Friday.
Radiation therapy provides treatment and relief for many with cancers and other diseases. But too much radiation can cause serious illnesses or death. A new detector could offer a better way to monitor exposure. The research appears in the journal Science Advances.
The Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity said Thursday an Aug. 5, 2021, deadline is set for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to decide if the cactus ferruginous pygmy owl should be protected again as an endangered species.
Arizona’s jobless rate dropped a tenth of a point last month to a seasonally adjusted employment rate of 4.8%. That includes 30,100 new jobs in October, said Doug Walls with the Office of Economic Opportunity.
A federal board charged with investigating major transportation accidents is set to talk about last year’s deadly crash in Tempe involving an Uber self-driving test car. The National Transportation Safety Board will determine the accident's "probable cause."
A conference in Phoenix this Friday will focus on keeping families connected during and after incarceration. The event is part of the Arizona Town Hall, a series of public meetings held around the state, focusing this year on criminal justice reform.
The motion for another round of litigation, filed in U.S. District Court on Wednesday, comes after attorneys for the Senate failed to meet a deadline to rehire former staffer Talonya Adams and pay her more than $350,000 in damages and back pay.
Two of the largest newspaper companies in the country are set to combine after shareholders approved GateHouse Media’s $1.4 billion acquisition of Gannett. Gannett is the parent company of USA Today and the Arizona Republic.
A former Border Patrol agent in Nogales is asking a federal judge for probation after he admitted to running over an undocumented Guatemalan man and then bragging about it. Matthew Bowen doesn’t dispute that he hit a fleeing man with his agency vehicle.
Don’t depend on I-17 this weekend. The interstate will be closed in both directions in north Phoenix beginning at 10 p.m. Friday. ADOT is telling drivers to expect heavy traffic and consider alternate routes as crews remove the Pinnacle Peak Road bridge.
Been feeling a little overwhelmed by today's political landscape? Maybe it's time to get away for a while, maybe even off the grid. Well now you have a chance for better living underground inside an abandoned missile complex.
The comic strip "Cathy" ended its run in 2010, but creator Cathy Guisewite returned to public life earlier this year with a book of essays called "Fifty Things That Aren’t My Fault." She is in the Phoenix metro area Friday for the 40th annual Erma Bombeck Authors luncheon.