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Jeremy Carr posted ‘Hangmen Also Die’ in The CineFiles at 03:42PM on September 20, 2014

Jeremy Carr posted ‘The Dance of Reality’ in The CineFiles at 09:45AM on September 12, 2014

Jeremy Carr posted ‘Out of the Past’ in The CineFiles at 09:44AM on September 12, 2014

Tom Patterson posted Behind the numbers on hunger in Speaking Freely at 12:40PM on September 10, 2014

Tom Patterson posted Why money wins in Speaking Freely at 02:09PM on September 4, 2014

Eat local. Shop local. And, now teach local seems to be a calling card for the people of a community looking to support and foster a strong public school system.  The financial support offered by the Scottsdale Charros to the iTeachAZ program is a step toward making the mantra of “teach local” something as highly regarded as a quality public education.  The … Read more
From the Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Rice to the Arizona Cardinals’ Jonathan Dwyer, cases involving NFL players are putting a national focus on domestic violence.  To Jessye Johnson, chief operating officer for the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence, incidents aren’t on the rise. Rather, they’re finally being noticed.  “Since the Ray Rice incident, the national conversation is skyrocketing to a … Read more
An 18-year-old man on a skateboard was struck Sept. 21 in a hit-and-run vehicle accident in the No. 2 lane of North Gantzel Road just south of East Chandler Heights Road in San Tan Valley, according to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. PCSO was called to the scene at 9:43 p.m. The victim was taken by medical helicopter to a … Read more
High-pressure steam injected hundreds of feet into the ground will heat and push up fuel saturating the soil at a storage area used from 1941 to 1991 at the former Williams Air Force Base in Mesa. Members of the Former WAFB Restoration Advisory Board were given a tour of the above-ground installation Sept. 16 at South Sossaman Road and Ulysses … Read more
PEORIA, Ariz. -Peoria Vice Mayo Ron Aames announced that he will not seek re-election if a judge rules he must run again Nov. 4. Mr. Aames filed a lawsuit challenging the outcome of the Aug. 26 primary against opponent Mike Finn for the Palo Verde District seat. Mr. Aames garnered 1,852 votes while Mr. Finn received 1,803, according to the … Read more
EL MIRAGE, AZ (CBS5) -It was hard for George Cota Jr. to hide the anguish of losing a daughter to a violent death eight months ago, but he met the media Monday to help ensure his daughter's murder case is not forgotten. The body of Cota's 24-year-old daughter, Patricia Cota, was found beaten and strangled in an alley in El … Read more
SCOTTSDALE -- Butterfly Wonderland will be a hosting a workshop teaching guests how to build a fall butterfly garden from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25.   Taught by Butterfly Wonderland’s Director of Education, Adriane Grimaldi will teach attendees the elements needed to start attracting butterflies to the yard in addition to sharing some spectacular photos from Central Mexico from … Read more
FLAGSTAFF -- Celebrate the time-honored tradition of Western craftsmanship at the 23rd annual Trappings of the American West Exhibition & Sale, Sept. 28-Dec. 7 at the Museum of Northern Arizona, 3101 N. Fort Valley Road in Flagstaff.   The exhibition is presented in partnership with the Dry Creek Arts Fellowship.  The exhibition and sale features work by 80 of the country’s top … Read more