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DNA testing is all the rage these days — with ads for sites like Ancestry.com and programs like PBS’ "Finding Your Roots." But how could the search for distant relatives affect adopted children and their birth parents?
A study of U.S. veterinarians found they’re almost twice as likely as the general population to experience psychological distress like depression and mental illnesses. It suggests one in 6 might have contemplated suicide since graduating.
U.S. Forest Service Chief Tony Tooke is optimistic Congress can find a solution to "fire borrowing." That's a practice where the Forest Service uses funds earmarked for other things to pay for the escalating costs of wildfire suppression. The cost of fighting wildfires has grown in recent years.
Dec. 15 is the deadline for China to file restrictions on what imports it will allow of waste materials from the United States. The Asian nation is the world’s largest importer of waste products and over 50 percent of U.S. trash and recyclables are exported to China now.
It’s now official. November was the warmest on record ever in Phoenix — and by a long shot. The National Weather Service reports the average maximum temperature at 82.9 degrees, almost 7.5 above normal. The average minimum was 59 and a half, and that is close to 7 above where we should be for the month.
Foes of universal school vouchers told Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Margaret Mahoney on Friday afternoon that she cannot consider a challenge brought by those who want to keep voters from getting the last word on the plan.
The chairman of the Hopi Tribe and Gov. Doug Ducey has signed a compact allowing the Arizona tribe to operate gaming machines. After signing the agreement, the tribe now has the opportunity to operate or lease up to 900 gaming machines, such as slot machines.