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According to a 2006 study from the CDC, one quarter of U.S. adults are at-risk for Vitamin D inadequacy.
Jun. 21, 2016
On Tuesday, a city subcommittee will discuss a proposal that could displace dozens of low-income seniors.
Jun. 21, 2016
Channel Islands
Scientists have found evidence of what could be the earliest known use of fire by humans in North America. A scientist at Northern Arizona University is part of the team that sampled ancient charcoal on the Channel Islands, off the coast of Southern California.
Jun. 21, 2016
cotton-picking machine
Starting this week, Arizona farmers can apply for the program, which allows them up to $97 an acre.
Jun. 21, 2016
In the State of Oaxaca, Southern Mexico, six people are reported dead and at least 53 injured after the local police clashed last Sunday with protesters from a teachers union.
Jun. 20, 2016
Downtown Prescott
Temperatures have been about 10 degrees above normal throughout Arizona in the last few days. Prescott hit an all-time high Monday of 105.
Jun. 20, 2016
The race will be four days long and will span almost the entire country. This year, it starts at Embry Riddle in Prescott.
Jun. 20, 2016
A small community south of Show Low has been put on pre-evacuation orders because a wildfire has crept within a few miles.
Jun. 20, 2016
native dance
Phoenix is the third-largest city in the country when it comes to the number of indigenous people who live here. That has led to a strong push for the city to actually mark that significance with an Indigenous Peoples Day.
Jun. 20, 2016
Donald Trump
Arizona isn’t the only Republican-leaning state with concerns about expected presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Jun. 20, 2016
So it’s Monday — the day of the week that is usually accompanied by pessimism and gloom.
Jun. 20, 2016
The Cleveland Cavaliers brought down the NBA’s best-ever regular season team last night, winning Game 7 of the finals over the Golden State Warriors.
Jun. 20, 2016
Republicans are getting ready for next month’s national convention in Cleveland, typically a time of celebration.
Jun. 20, 2016
Airplane
Officials with Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport said they aren’t expecting any significant delays due to excessive heat this week. Most major airlines can operate in conditions as hot at 150 degrees.
Jun. 20, 2016
Mark Brnovich
The Attorney General's Office said as part of a settlement, company owner James Roman Acevedo admitted violating the state’s consumer fraud act and agreed to pay customers up to $20,000.
Jun. 20, 2016
There's a group of Chinese-American gardeners in the Phoenix metro area that started more than a year ago with 10 members and has grown to 400 people.
Jun. 20, 2016
monsoon chart
The National Weather Service has been tracking monsoon rainfall — the rainy season generally defined as between June 15 and September 15 — since before the turn of the 20th century.
Jun. 20, 2016
In its annual report on forced displacement, the UN says that at the end of 2015, more than 65 million people worldwide were refugees, asylum seekers or internally displaced. To honor these people, the United Nations has declared today— Monday, June 20— World Refugee Day.
Jun. 20, 2016
Overnight lows never reached below 90 degrees at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Monday
Jun. 20, 2016
Maricopa County seal
The plan includes $13 million to help the sheriff’s office comply with a court order stemming from a 2013 racial profiling case in which deputies were found to have targeted Latino drivers during routine traffic operations.
Jun. 20, 2016

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