Education experts offer insiders’ look at needs, concerns, values

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Approximately 20 percent of the positions now open in Arizona’s school districts remain unfilled, many of them associated with higher-level math and science departments and...

Urgent care centers experiencing rapid growth

They’re popping up everywhere, and many of us likely have been to one: Urgent care centers that promise to take care of your illness...

Students’ book drive aims to promote literacy in Spanish-speaking countries

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By Hayley Gorman One book can change the life of a child. In Latin American countries there aren’t nearly enough children’s books. McClintock High School is helping promote...

Author Bommersbach retells tale of ‘30s trunk murderess

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By M.V. Moorhead ‘Winnie was a wonderful person...The only thing I knew about the murders was what I read in my mother’s detective magazines. But as a person, just know...

Tempe Fire says 3-step action plan uses bystanders to help save lives

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By Brock Blasdell A new emergency-response strategy rolled out across the country has resulted in cardiac arrest survival rates nearly tripling, according to a report by...

An expert’s primer on problem barkers: Tips for muzzling bad behavior

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Story by Georgia Swing Photos by Billy Hardiman Along with the holidays come ringing doorbells and visits from family and friends, the delivery of packages, Christmas cards and baked goods...

There’s a new constable in town, and you’ll be surprised how he views his...

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By Sammie Ann Wicks Forget everything you thought you knew about an Arizona constable’s work—Tempe’s new man in that job will tell you a far...

All-woman staff: Dentistry with a softer, gentler approach

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By Joyce Coronel From the moment you walk in the door, it’s clear that Tempe Smile Design is more like a visit to a friend’s...

‘Novelty’ fireworks are safe, insists area advocate

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On Dec. 1, Chandler and Tempe residents may begin to see an influx of firework retail stores, as Arizona’s law allowing “consumer fireworks” goes...

Tempe firefighters to get crime-scene protective gear

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Tempe is investing in training and equipment to enable the city’s Fire Medical Rescue personnel to provide responses that can be coordinated with police units being dispatched to the same active crime scenes.
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