Monthly Archives: February 2022

Where the MLB Season Stands  

by on February 25, 2022 0
The Major League Baseball season will be shortened if a deal cannot be made by the end of Monday. Major League Baseball have given notice to locked-out baseball players that they have five days to salvage the March 31 openers and a full season. The union has been informed that games will be canceled... Read More

Experts Warn About Trendy IV Vitamin Infusions Therapy

by on February 25, 2022 0
It seems these days we are all looking for quick fixes and convenient solutions. However, some experts are saying beware to what is being sold as a healthy option. Recently intravenous vitamin hydration treatments have become a popular solution to supposedly feeling better and giving your body what it needs. What was once reserved... Read More

Grand Canyon University Partnership To Cover All Tuition, Fees, Room And Board For Foster Children

by on February 25, 2022 0
Arizona foster children will receive a full scholarship at Grand Canyon University due to a partnership with the Arizona Department of Child Safety. The Fostering Futures Scholarships program, announced today by Governor Doug Ducey, DCS Director Mike Faust and GCU President Brian Mueller, covers all tuition, fees, and year-round room and board for qualified... Read More

Police Find 3 Bodies in Vacant Lot in South Phoenix

by on February 23, 2022 0
A homicide investigation is underway after Phoenix police found three bodies in a vacant lot in southwest Phoenix. Around about 1:35 p.m. on Sunday, Phoenix police responded to a call to the Phoenix’s Estrella Village neighborhood of 99th Avenue and Mobile Lane, for reports of an injured person. Phoenix officers found the remains of... Read More

Preventative Alzheimer’s Study Seeking Participants

by on February 22, 2022 0
It is estimated that Alzheimer’s disease affects nearly six million Americans. A new study is testing if early intervention before symptoms occur could prevent memory loss and researchers are making a concerted effort to study African Americans. Due to higher rates of heart disease and diabetes, black adults are twice as likely as white... Read More

An Undercover Sex Trafficking Operation Leads to 118 Arrested in the Valley

by on February 22, 2022 0
Arizona played a role in major victory in the fight against human trafficking recently. The Phoenix Police Department’s Human Exploitation and Trafficking Unit in joint operations with units from Scottsdale, Glendale, Mesa, Tempe, Homeland Security Investigations and the FBI conducted a joint operation in Scottsdale and Phoenix that resulted in 118 arrests related to... Read More