National Teen Driving Week encourages parents, teens to talk about smartphones
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Roy Bennett, founder of Bennett Oil, died Thursday, Oct. 12, of complications of cancer. He was 80.
Driver: Repossessing cars offers little drama
When your car breaks down and you can’t just make a quick fix to get rolling again, odds are, you’ll call a tow truck to bring you in.
Arizona Oncology Dr. Iyad Hamarneh in Prescott Valley is heavily involved in clinical trials for drugs use to treat breast cancer, and, he said, great strides in treatment have been made.
It’s serious, but can be treated
Women who have been treated for breast cancer can be at a higher risk for developing lymphedema.
All invited to come to Phoenix-area event to help find missing loved ones
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is inviting anyone with a long-term missing loved one or relative to attend its third annual Missing in Arizona Day event at ASU West this month.
City couldn’t afford lifting belts, but a local physical therapist stepped in
In 2015, about 68,000 U.S. firefighters were injured on the job, and 27 percent of those were a result of overexertion or strain, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
Arizona authorities ‘Start by Believing’ domestic violence victims
Jami Tiefenthaler was a victim of domestic violence. Her husband abused her both physically and emotionally.
Prescott Municipal Airport Manager John Cox quietly left his position in August, and now, the city manager said, new candidates are being interviewed.
Expert: ‘Evil people’ will find a way to carry out their plans
Based on what we know at this point, it may well have been impossible to prevent the shooting rampage that Stephen Paddock undertook on the Las Vegas Strip Sunday night, Oct. 1.