Arizona playwright brings stories of Black history to stage
PHOENIX – Larissa Brewington channels a black woman from seven decades back, demure in a black polka-dotted dress with a doily collar and cat-eye glasses perched on her nose, convincing her way into a whites-only Oklahoma law school in 1940s’ America.
Troubled visa investment program gets short-term extension, no fixes
WASHINGTON - Congress granted a short-term reprieve this week to a visa program that benefits immigrants who invest in U.S. businesses, but that extension came without any reforms critics say are necessary to prevent fraud, abuse and security risks.
Quiet on 16: Marshals attempt to bring order to golf’s craziest hole
SCOTTSDALE - Ordering silence at the 16th hole of the Waste Management Phoenix Open seems pointless. Even laughable.
Health concerns, increasing costs and competitiveness engender evolution in Arizona youth sports
Children not that far removed from learning to walk are bouncing and shooting basketballs through Hula Hoops instead of a rim at Beginners Edge Sports Training.
Arizona women leaders highlighted in 28th annual Athena Awards
Three of the Valley’s most-accomplished businesswomen were awarded the Athena Award by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce on Thursday in its annual program to support women in leadership.
State official questions CDC report listing Arizona last for early childhood MMR
Arizona vaccination rates for MMR are lowest in the country, according to the recently released National Immunization Survey.