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The booms and bursts of fireworks will be heard around the Valley this weekend to celebrate the Fourth of July. Maybe you’re already plotting out how to get the best view. Well, there are some people who don’t get to watch the show, because they’re lighting it.
It’s almost the Fourth, and a great pairing for all the American history and fireworks is, of course, some booze. But we don’t just break out the bottles on holidays, you'll find it at weddings and funerals, in churches and bars alike In Sin City and even Vatican City, you’ll find some kind of alcohol.
On Friday, the fourth anniversary of the Yarnell Fire passed. You’ll remember that in 2013, the nation — especially Arizonans — were shocked by the deaths of 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots. The firefighters were caught in the fast-moving fire. They deployed their fire-proof emergency shelters, but that did not save their lives. What went wrong?
We hear a lot about the federal poverty level, especially surrounding the health-care debate. You can qualify for a subsidy if you make up to 400 percent of the poverty level, or you qualify for Medicaid if you’re income is below 138 percent of the poverty level. But what does any of this really mean?
While most of us here in America are busy celebrating our country’s history this week, the international stage is set for one of the biggest meetings of the year: the G-20 summit. For more on this and other international events coming up this week, we’re joined by our colleague at the BBC, Rich Preston.
In late May, a student at Queen Creek High School committed suicide.The Queen Creek Unified School District came together to craft a plan focused on helping students and staffers deal with the aftermath of the tragedy.
The new Election Integrity Commission run by vice-chairmen Kris Kobach and Vice President Mike Pence issued letters to secretaries of state across the country on Wednesday, requesting all their publicly available voter roll data — including names, addresses, dates of birth, party registration, military service, the last four digits of Social Security numbers and voting history.
High winds spread the fire in a mobile home park on Devlin Avenue. The Kingman Fire Department and other crews had to shuttle water back and forth from fire hydrants “located a distance from the scene.”