Monthly Archives: February 2020

Phoenix City Council Approves Proposal Regarding Oversight of the Phoenix Police

by on February 27, 2020 0
The Phoenix City Council on Tuesday night narrowly approved Councilman Carlos Garcia’s proposal regarding new oversight for the Phoenix Police Department. The proposal passed by a 5-4 vote. Designated as Model B, Garcia’s plan creates “two new city bodies —  a Community Review Board and the Office of Accountability and Transparency — that are... Read More

Frontier Airlines Adding Two Direct Flights to California

by on February 27, 2020 0
Frontier Airlines announced the addition of two direct California connections from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Tuesday. Starting April 23, Phoenix travelers will be able to take the discount carrier nonstop to Los Angeles International Airport and San Jose Airport. Tickets for the new routes, which are seasonal, are available now at FlyFrontier.com.... Read More

GPS Shoe Insole Can Help Find Lost Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Autism Patients

by on February 27, 2020 0
A California company says one of its products can help find lost Alzheimer’s, dementia and autism patients through a GPS tracking device in the insole in their shoes. The product is called Smartsole. “Think of it like a ‘Lojack’ meets ‘Dr. Scholls,” said Patrick Bertagna, CEO of GTX Corporation, the company that makes Smartsole.... Read More

Age Reverse Pill Under Fire By The FTC

by on February 27, 2020 0
An Arizona-based company that claimed its product could reverse the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and blindness has been ordered to stop making baseless health claims. For years, Quantum Wellness Botanical Institute sold a product called ReJuvenation. The company promised the pill could reverse virtually every effect of aging. One ad claimed the product would... Read More

Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity Predicts the State Will Add Over 159,000 Jobs Over Next Two Years

by on February 25, 2020 0
Arizona’s economy will add more than 159,000 new jobs over the next two years, according to new projections by the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity. Arizona will continue to be a national economic powerhouse. Last month, Arizona ranked second in the nation for job growth from December 2018 to December 2019. “Arizona continues to... Read More