The store manager ringing up my purchases laughed heartily, and then she laughed some more.
Life was simpler when Frosty came to life, the Grinch’s heart grew, Rudolph showed off his nose and Herbie wanted to be a dentist.
Arizona Cardinal Michael Floyd’s blood-alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit when he was arrested in Scottsdale earlier this month.
Arizona schools are now required to teach students cursive handwriting.
The intense excitement of my first science fiction movie has never left me – I can still remember being in the old downtown movie theater in 1977, sitting in the first row, head tilted up to the enormous screen, mesmerized by my first glimpse of Star Wars.
I looked at a coworker the other day and said, “I’m going home for naptime.
There’s a place near Reading, Pennsylvania, that still holds tight to my 8-year-old self’s sense of holiday wonder.
Designating more land around Grand Canyon National Park as a national monument has sparked controversy across Arizona.
In a country where even our most hardened criminals have clean clothes, cells with beds and a toilet, hot meals and other amenities, it boggles the mind that our own Border Patrol holds detainees in Third World conditions.
Looking for seashells along a Maryland beach, just out of the reach of breaking waves, is one of my more vivid childhood memories.
That catchy sports reference to having enough players to keep putting in the game is an excellent way to explain the need for more police officers on Prescott streets.
A lot of people ask me if I’ve written a book or plan to do so in the future.
Today’s editorial cartoon makes a good point: Who do public officials really work for?
Scary movies aren’t my thing.
The phrase “smart growth” is tossed around quite a bit, but what does it really mean?
A trail leading to the ridge overlooking the site of the Granite Mountain Hotshots tragedy in Yarnell is nearing completion.