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Program Treats Traumatic Brian Injuries In Domestic Violence Cases
More than 230 domestic violence victims have gotten treatment for traumatic brain injuries, through a program at the Barrow Concussion and Brain Injury Center at Barrow Neurological Institute.
Oct. 30, 2014
A Look At The Ethics Of Quarantines
Nurse Kaci Hickox of Maine went out for a bike ride Thursday, defying the state’s voluntary quarantine of medical workers who have treated patients with Ebola.
Oct. 30, 2014
Grand Canyon University Faces Long Road Back To Non-Profit
Grand Canyon University, which received a lot of attention when an investment group took it over a decade ago, is ready to start an unprecedented process of moving from for-profit back to non-profit.
Oct. 30, 2014
Report Shows Arizona Lacks Diversity Among Elected Officials
But according to a new report, the state is not doing better than many other states in electing non-white men.
Oct. 30, 2014
Arizona Prepperfest Focuses On Self-Reliance, Not Doomsday
Being prepared for a large-scale disaster is not a new notion. In the days of the Cold War, many Americans built bomb shelters. While the threat of nuclear war may have diminished, the “prepper” culture remains.
Oct. 30, 2014
Glendale Considers LGBT Discrimination Protection Ordinance
The Glendale City Council is in the considering an ordinance that would protect LGBT community members from discrimination.
Oct. 30, 2014
Three Ballot Measures In Mesa Could Increases Taxes, Utility Bills
If all three of these measures are approved, the owner of a median-priced home in Mesa would pay more than $150 in additional utility bills and taxes next year.
Oct. 30, 2014
 Man Shot By Border Patrol Agent In Tucson Identified
A man killed by a Border Patrol agent in Tucson last Friday has been identified as Jose Amaro Francisco Lopez, 23.
Oct. 30, 2014
Mesa Updates Sign Ordinance
Mesa is updating its sign rules 25 years after they were written.
Oct. 30, 2014
Voter Registration Group Projects Increase In Latino Voters This Year
A Latino voter registration group is projecting that more than 280,000 ballots will be cast by Arizona’s Latino voters in next week’s mid-term elections. That estimate was released Thursday as part of the “State of Arizona’s Latino Voters” report.
Oct. 30, 2014
Mosquito That Can Carry Dengue Disease Found in Arizona
Health officials in Yuma say they’ve found mosquito eggs that belong to the Aedes Aegypti... an insect that can carry Dengue.
Oct. 30, 2014
Report Claims Abuse Against Migrant Families Detained In Arizona
A Tucson-based organization claims U.S. Customs and Border Protection committed human rights abuses against migrant families detained in Southern Arizona.
Oct. 30, 2014
Herb Paine: Arizona Votes, Arizona Hopes
All eyes are on the Nov. 4 election, but it’s really Jan. 12, 2015, that matters the most.
Oct. 30, 2014
Thousands Of Early Votes Cast In Navajo Election That May Be Canceled
More than 9,000 early ballots have been cast in an election that may be canceled. The Navajo Nation still doesn’t know what will happen with those ballots.
Oct. 30, 2014
Chandler Upgrading Facilities To Accommodate More Bus Riders
The city of Chandler says bus ridership has increased by more than 20 percent over the last five years.The city is upgrading facilities to accommodate riders.
Oct. 30, 2014
Grand Canyon University Wants To Revert To Nonprofit Status
Phoenix-based Grand Canyon University officials said the private Christian college is out of debt for the first time since 2004. Now GCU wants to go back to its status as a non-profit school.
Oct. 29, 2014
Public Defenders Office Sues Over Execution
The public defender’s office is suing the Arizona Department of Corrections over what many are calling a botched execution. There are too many factors up in the air to start litigation.
Oct. 29, 2014
How Transparent Should A Governors Office Be?
How open should a gubernatorial administration be? That was the subject of a column written by Michael Squires.
Oct. 29, 2014
Phoenix Art Museum Exhibit Portrays Migrant Farmers In America
A new exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum “Don Coen: The Migrant Series” tells the stories of migrant farmers in the United States today through a series of large portraits.
Oct. 29, 2014
Recent Report Determines Which Cities Attract Young People
Population growth hasn’t been a problem for the Phoenix area, even though the recent recession did slow the pace. But observers keep wondering what it will take to get more young people here.
Oct. 29, 2014

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