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Reported cases of post-traumatic stress disorder are increasing, and trends indicate that growth will continue as more military men and women return from overseas service. But treatment help doesn’t appear to be coming quickly.
It’s time for our Friday Newscap segment. Joining us to talk about Senator Jeff Flake’s decision not to run for re-election are former state legislative leader Chad Campbell, currently with Strategies 360; and former lawmaker and former Board of Regents Chair Greg Patterson, also known as the Espresso Pundit.
The great architect Frank Lloyd Wright influenced the future of design in many ways — but one important one is in the legacy he left behind in his apprentices. Vern Swaback was one of them. He studied under Wright from 1957 until 1978 at Taliesen West, his Scottsdale home, studio and school.
On Thursday, President Trump declared the country’s opioid epidemic a public health emergency. Here to talk about what this means for Arizona is Will Humble, director of the Arizona Public Health Association and a former director of the state Department of Health Services.
The New Neighbors project is a collaboration between KJZZ and the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting that looks at how the Valley of the Sun has changed since the economic downturn a decade ago. Today, we’re in the middle of a real estate and rental market boom, our cities are centralizing, and it’s all changing the face of our communities Valley-wide. Here, you’ll find the people who tell the stories behind this change.
About four years ago, Jeremy Hoffman, who was 30 at the time, told his wife Rebecca about some weird symptoms he was having — he felt a tingling on the left side of his body, he was getting headaches and he felt exhausted.
More than 70 residents filled the Pecos Community Center for a town hall meeting with Councilman Sal DiCiccio and staff from the city’s Water Services Department. At least two people stormed from the room prompting the arrival of Phoenix Police officers.
For many caregivers of people with dementia, grieving a loved one while they’re still alive is not only traumatic, but confusing. But many caregivers are learning to understand this ambiguous loss is changing how caregivers look at life and loss.
The U.S. solar industry is on edge - waiting to see whether the Trump administration will impose steep tariffs on foreign made solar panels. Unease over the looming decision is already affecting the market. Federal regulators are set to make their recommendations to the President next week
Mexican construction materials maker Cemex posted a small increase in profits over the last three months, thanks to higher sales and lower financial costs that helped offset the impact of natural disasters in Mexico and the U.S.
St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance has sent a message to its partner agencies that it will be reducing food disbursements over the next few weeks. The announcement is due to reduced donations and high trucking costs after recent natural disasters around the country.
This Veterans Day, the Phoenix-based nonprofit Helping Hands for Freedom will hold a benefit concert for families of the fallen, wounded and deployed. It’s called Freedom to Rock, and it’s being billed as a tribute America’s Heroes featuring the music of the 1980s.