Despite taboo suicide plays role in everyday lives of Americans

This month alone more than 400 Americans under the age of 25 will choose to end their lives. Suicide was the second leading cause of death for [...] Continue Reading →

Meet Your Neighbor: Reder moves to Arizona chasing entrepreneurial spirit

Name: Robert S. Reder Where I live: Phoenix, Arizona When & why I moved here: I moved here from New York City for the entrepreneurial spirit [...] Continue Reading →

New teacher certification program approved to address educator shortage

Teachers of Tomorrow have announced that the Arizona State Board of Education approved the first educator preparation and certification program [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona’s 250 museums attract national conference of museum leaders

In early May, Phoenix will become a mecca for museum heads and cultural influencers as it plays host to the 2018 American Alliance of Museums [...] Continue Reading →

BBBSAZ highlight outstanding ‘Bigs’ for volunteer service

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona has named its 2018 Bigs of the Year as part of the organization’s National Mentoring Month [...] Continue Reading →

Grant reimburses city for downtown DUI abatement costs

The state of Arizona has granted the city of Scottsdale and local police department a $150,000 grant for reducing drunk drivers. Scottsdale City [...] Continue Reading →

Over the Edge event rappels 27 stories at Phoenix’s CityScape

The Over the Edge event for Special Olympics Arizona literally takes fundraising for athletes to new heights. The annual benefit, scheduled from [...] Continue Reading →

Investigations confirmed, allegations swirl as Scottsdale Schools business practices questioned

It appears that a series of events occurring in early 2016 has resulted in many Scottsdale Unified School District parents and community members [...] Continue Reading →

Washington Federal named No. 1 bank in Arizona by ‘MONEY’

Scottsdale-headquartered Washington Federal, which has 31 branches across Arizona and is celebrating its 100th anniversary throughout 2017, has [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale sports official pens second book on local athletes

Do you know anyone who’s had their high school number retired? Does your high school have retired numbers? Do you ever wonder why? If so, “What’s [...] Continue Reading →