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Arizona ER Physician Explains Criteria Of Receiving A COVID-19 Test

by on March 20, 2020 0

As the number of coronavirus cases continue to increase in Arizona and across the country, health care facilities and their staffs have to effectively prioritize their time, testing and treatment regarding the infectious disease. Although many Valley residents want to be tested for COVID-19, not everyone qualifies. Frank LoVecchio, an emergency room physician at Valleywise […]

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Nissan Recalling 1.23 Million Vehicles

by on September 26, 2019 0

Nissan just announced a recall of 1.23 million SUVs and sedans in the United States and Canada. The issue is with the vehicles backup cameras. The recall includes the 2018 and 2019 models of Nissan’s most popular vehicles, such as the Nissan Rogue SUV and the Altima sedan. Other models  affected include the Maxima, Pathfinder, Titan, Frontier, Kicks, […]

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Plan Ahead For Weekend Closures Of Loop 202

by on September 5, 2019 0

After taking the holiday weekend off, crews will be back to work on weekend freeway projects resulting in a few closures around the valley over the next two weeks. The Arizona Department of Transportation has set the following closures to allow crews to spray an asphalt-based treatment, known as a fog seal, along the freeway’s […]

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5G Wireless Launches in Phoenix Area

by on August 29, 2019 0

Mobile carriers, Verizon and Sprint have debuted 5G wireless in the Phoenix area, making the city one of the first in the U.S. to experience the faster service. Phoenix is the ninth city Sprint has launched the service in, which began serving over 740,000 people on Tuesday. Phoenix is the 10th city Verizon has launched […]

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Arizona Universities May Broaden Decreased Tuition Rates for Immigrants

by on August 22, 2019 0

Public universities in Arizona are working to expand lowered tuition rates to illegal immigrants who graduated from Arizona high schools. This coming after President Trump eliminated enrollment in the DREAM Act created by President Obama. For several years, Arizona universities have had their illegal immigrant students that were enrolled in DACA pay more than in-state […]

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Arizona Wrong-Way Crash Numbers Up In 2019

by on August 15, 2019 0

Watching the daily news, residents are well aware that wrong-way driving is a serious problem in Arizona. This week alone, the recent string of wrong-way crashes has heighted the frequency awareness. Sadly these reports have equated to a growing trend throughout 2019. Since Jan. 1, according to numbers from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, […]

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New American Airlines Flights Departing From Phoenix Sky Harbor

by on July 25, 2019 0

American Airlines announced this week that they are adding four new flight destinations from Phoenix. Beginning on December 18, American Airlines new flights will operate between Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport and Fort Lauderdale, Colorado Springs, Cincinnati, North Dakota and Fargo. Passengers will be able to start booking flights for the new destinations on July […]

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Arizona Five-Year-Old to Meet With Congressional Members

by on July 11, 2019 0

Arizona resident, five-year-old, Grant Leonard, has become an inspiration and advocate for children living with Type 1 diabetes. His future career is also one that displays his courage. “One day I want to be a firefighter so that I can help people because I’m very brave,” he says in a video that was posted by […]

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