Monthly Archives: November 2019

ADOT Offering Programs For Construction Training

by on November 7, 2019 0
The Arizona Department of Transportation is offering two-week, full-time programs for construction training. Previously, the agency offered a 16-week Construction Academy program that held class three nights a week for three hours each. The training will be free of charge. It aims to help members of “economically disadvantaged groups” start careers in highway construction,... Read More

New Treatments May Fight Alzheimer’s Disease Better

by on November 7, 2019 0
Arizona researchers are pushing the importance of prevention when comes to beating Alzheimer’s disease. Spinal taps can find toxic proteins that lead to Alzheimer’s, but something better could be on the way in the future. “We will have — I think in the next 3-5 years — some blood measures for that,” Dr. Alireza... Read More

Tucson Voters Reject Sanctuary City Initiative

by on November 6, 2019 0
Tucson is well known as the birthplace of the 1980s Sanctuary Movement, an effort by churches to help refugees from Central America and shield them from deportation. Now, as President Donald Trump’s immigration policies put renewed focus on the treatment of people who come to the United States without authorization, the progressive city once... Read More