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Salt lounges could be the latest trend in allergy relief, relaxation

SCOTTSDALE – Some allergy sufferers are beginning to turn to salt therapy to alleviate their symptoms instead of over-the-counter or prescription medicines.


Phoenix’s growing warehouse district attracts new events venue, The Vintage 45

Eneyas Freitas grew up in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

(From left to right) U.S Rep. Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz., The Vintage 45 Excutive Director Eneyas Freitas, Maricopa Country Supervisor Steve Gallardo and Phoenix Vice Mayor Kate Gallego (Photo by Gilbert Cordova)

Furious protesters ask for a re-vote of the presidential preference election at crowded legislative hearing

Shouts of “re-vote” and “resign” interrupted a legislative hearing Monday on Maricopa County’s election day debacle as incensed voters voiced anger, distrust and calls for reform. One man was later arrested by state Department of Public Safety officers

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Valley speller nails the word ‘recumbent,’ heads to capital to compete in national bee

Arizona's top spellers met for a showdown in downtown Phoenix on Saturday to determine who will represent the state at the national competition.

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Fewer polling places, independent voters causing long lines on Arizona election day

Long lines and traffic jams have plagued most of Maricopa County’s 60 presidential preference election polling places since they opened at 6 a.m., an election official said. Some voters have had to wait in line for up to two hours at some locations.


Memorial in Gilbert to pay tribute to veterans

The hot Arizona sun beat down on more than 500 people as they gathered in a dirt lot in Gilbert. Veterans and community members stood next to collapsible white chairs lining the stage. The national anthem rang out over the silent crowd as the groundbreaking ceremony for Welcome Home Veterans Park began.


Feds begin environmental review of proposed Resolution Copper mine

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Forest Service has started its formal review of the environmental impact of the proposed Resolution Copper mine, but opponents charge the outcome of the process is "already pre-ordained."


Democratic candidates court Native American vote in Arizona

As thousands of people lined up around the Phoenix Convention Center Tuesday afternoon to hear presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speak, they could hear the constant beat of drums outside.


Golf industry tries new ways to grow the traditional game

TEMPE — Two years ago, the management at Shalimar Country Club in Tempe tried something new. In an effort to increase its customer base and reach new people, the club held a footgolf tournament, after developing a course for the soccer-golf hybrid alongside its regular nine holes.

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Rural Arizona residents with multiple sclerosis lack access to care

YUMA – Every three months, Mary Schaal makes the nearly 400-mile round trip from her home in Yuma to Gilbert on the southeastern edge of Phoenix.


Mesa eye-tracking software company helps empower those with disabilities

Phoenix resident Howard Bell can’t use his hands to type, navigate a mouse or use any technology on his own.

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State data show heroin and prescription drug overdoses continue to escalate across Arizona

Despite efforts to slow the scourge of heroin and prescription drug abuse, the number of emergency room admissions from heroin and narcotic pill overdoses have continued to rise across Arizona.