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The old system identified about 17,000 possible aliments and diseases. ICD-10 bumps that number up to 141,000.
Sep. 30, 2015
salmonella
Arizona has the second highest number of cases of Salmonella poisoning in the country in a recent, multi-state outbreak.
Sep. 30, 2015
Private prison companies have until Wednesday afternoon to put in a bid to build a new prison or expand a current one.
Sep. 30, 2015
Bike
Phoenix city crews are installing new street signs in downtown Phoenix to discourage bicyclists from riding against traffic.
Sep. 30, 2015
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
The judge wanted to know what Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Jerry Sheridan knew and when regarding confidential informant Dennis Montgomery’s efforts to link the judge in a conspiracy with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Sep. 29, 2015
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Some of attorney Tim Casey’s statements seemed to contradict some of the sheriff’s earlier testimony and could be used to undermine Arpaio’s claim that he only violated court orders unintentionally.
Sep. 29, 2015
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Bus riders in Phoenix are being warned of a possible driver strike. A vote to authorize a work stoppage is scheduled for Wednesday.
Sep. 29, 2015
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The Conference on Complex Systems, hosted by Arizona State University, attracts some of the smartest people on the planet to help broaden knowledge and expand scientific horizons.
Sep. 29, 2015
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Despite his legal troubles Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio continues to implement aggressive new policies at the sheriff’s department.
Sep. 29, 2015
Sherman Alexie
Much author Sherman Alexie's work deals with his experiences living on and off the Spokane Indian Reservation and his efforts to discover what it means to be a Native American.
Sep. 29, 2015
The federal government outlined new safety measures Monday that would protect farmworkers from pesticide exposure by banning pesticide use by minors and sharply increasing training requirements, among other changes.
Sep. 29, 2015
Gray wolf
The New Mexico Game Commission has denied an appeal by federal officials to begin releasing endangered Mexican gray wolves in the state as part of recovery efforts in the Southwest.
Sep. 29, 2015
Sky Harbor
Eighty years ago, in 1935, the city of Phoenix purchased Sky Harbor Airport. Believe it or not, the city wasn’t sure the $100,000 purchase would be worth it.
Sep. 29, 2015
Distracted Driving
Phoenix is among a few Arizona cities to ban texting while driving, but there is no statewide prohibition. That’s led to what critics are calling a “patchwork” of local laws, which can vary from city to city, as with Tempe and Phoenix.
Sep. 29, 2015
Dark streaks on Mars
A huge discovery on the surface of Mars can be directly linked back to Arizona.
Sep. 29, 2015
Paul Gosar
During Gosar's questioning on why there is a need for Planned Parenthood clinics while other small privately owned health centers provide similar services, the conversation became heated.
Sep. 29, 2015
gas pump
A new report says Arizona will collect less than a third of the money it needs in transportation taxes to meet the anticipated needs by 2035, including keeping the state's roads and bridges repaired.
Sep. 29, 2015
TAP Royal terminal
Seeking to increase cross-border commerce, Phoenix, Tucson and the state of Arizona have stepped up collaborative efforts with Mexico.
Sep. 28, 2015
Abandoned mines
Opening a mine in Arizona today is no easy feat. It requires hundreds of pages of paperwork and several rounds of environmental studies. But, that wasn’t always the case.
Sep. 28, 2015
Summer Ends Music Festival
Tempe city officials are discussing possible changes to safety regulations at special events following a number of incidents at the Summer Ends Music Festival over the weekend at Tempe Beach Park.
Sep. 28, 2015

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