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Seeing the light: Despite fears, few eye injuries turn up after eclipse

WASHINGTON - After they stared into the darkness, it seems Americans are still seeing the light. A little over a week after the shadow of the Great American Eclipse crept across the country, it appears that people who took the time to watch the eclipse also heeded public warnings and took precautions to protect their eyes.

Arizona natives join thousands as ‘Ministers March for Justice’

WASHINGTON - Tucson native Daniel Viehland felt it was his duty as a Christian and a white person to march in Washington on Monday - 54 years after Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech and two weeks after white supremacists rallied just two hours away.

Arizona agencies send help to Hurricane Harvey victims

PHOENIX – Hundreds of Arizona residents are sending help to Texans displaced by Hurricane Harvey by donating money, food, supplies and other aid to Arizona relief organizations, sports groups, grocery stores and other businesses.

Pentagon recognizes SRP for programs supporting Guard and reserves

WASHINGTON - When Adam Douglas is not senior project manager in the Salt River Project's Enterprise Applications Group, he is Capt. Adam Douglas of Arizona's Army National Guard - a juggling act made possible through the SRP's service member support programs.

‘Road to our dreams has detours’: Warner reflects on Hall of Fame journey

CANTON, Ohio — When he first picked up a football in the front yard of his childhood home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, dreams of an NFL career fueled the mind of Kurt Warner. Although those dreams were plentiful, Warner never envisioned the mark he would leave on the game he’s held onto so dearly.