WASHINGTON - An appeals court said a Navy widow whose husband died from kidney disease waited too long to sue the Veterans Affairs medical center that delayed his treatment, only to send a letter two weeks after his death urging him to seek immediate care.
PHOENIX — Preventing rainwater from pooling is a good way to prevent mosquitoes from breeding and spreading disease, like the west nile.
As the summer heat drives people out of town, Tempe Meals on Wheels is seeking additional volunteers to help serve more people with mobility issues.
The air in two popular national parks in California is as dirty as it is in Los Angeles – the smoggiest city in the country.
Maintaining optimal NFL weight of 300+ pounds – especially for players in the trenches – often requires unhealthy practices. When there’s no need to be that heavy, what do former players do?
PHOENIX – Three years after a veteran’s suicide, friends and family call legislators to action.
WASHINGTON - The Trump administration's decision to suspend billions in Obamacare "risk adjustment" payments to insurance companies could hit tens of thousands of Arizonans in the pocketbook, as insurance companies grapple with new market uncertainty, according to both advocates and insurers.
Federal and state authorities continue to battle Mexican drug cartels as the opioid epidemic is fueled by the lethal synthetic opioid fentanyl.
As legalized sports gambling becomes more prominent, fears rise about increased addiction.
Mesa police have adopted their first therapy dog. Macy, a 16-week-old English Labrador puppy, will be trained to work in the special victims unit.
Even thought Liberty High School football standout Zach Hunzinger was diagnosed recently with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, he is determined to continue playing football and hopes to inspire others.
As Arizona rates of HIV rise, organizations across the Valley provide free testing for the community at several participating Walgreens locations.