Angelina Steel expects to graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She is the executive editor at The State Press and has been with the organization throughout college. She has also interned at the Arizona Republic.
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LAREDO, Texas – Laredo and El Paso, two border communities, are tied for the highest rate of Alzheimer’s cases in Texas. According to a study released by the Alzheimer's Association, Laredo and El Paso have the highest Alzheimer's rate in Texas – and ninth in the nation – at 15%.
Texas nonprofit organizations and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs are working aggressively to provide housing for veterans and keep them housed.
TEMPE – Project C.U.R.E. has gathered donated medical supplies to provide medical relief to civilians caught in the Israel-Hamas War. They’re waiting for a plane to take the supplies and are hoping the Egypt-Gaza border stays open so the aid can get into Gaza.
Contraceptives will be available at pharmacies without a prescription, increasing accessibility for Arizona women
PHOENIX – Arizonans will no longer need a prescription to access birth control through a pharmacy, making it more accessible to those who live far from medical facilities, but it won’t be as easy as getting over-the-counter products.
TEMPE - As the death toll in the fighting between Hamas and Israel rose this week, groups at Arizona State University gathered in separate rallies on Wednesday and Thursday to express both grief and support for Israelis and Palestinians.
Local food pantries are expecting a surge in customers if government shuts down and people lose their benefits
PHOENIX – If the government shuts down, millions of Americans are worried about losing SNAP and WIC nutrition benefits, but Arizona says that’s not going to happen here. Even so, food pantries are preparing to help more people needing assistance.
PHOENIX – The need for family caregivers is on the rise, leaving families looking for education and solutions as the national caregiver shortage continues to grow.