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Latinos driving growth in Arizona, new 'Datos' report finds

9/20/2019
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Latinos are playing an increasingly important role in Arizona’s population and economy growth, according to a new report by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Duration:00:00:41

Surprise Fire loses Firetruck

9/20/2019
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The Surprise Firefighters Association is unhappy with the loss of Engine 305 in downtown Surprise that is now replaced with a two person pickup truck. The association believes this is not in the city's best interest with population increasing as well as 911 calls.

Duration:00:00:48

Only 17% of teens in Arizona know about the National Guard

9/20/2019
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The Arizona National Guard has about 5,500 soldiers enlisted. They're trying to get more young people to join but are running into one major problem.

Duration:00:00:40

Arizona National Guard soldiers: who they are, what they do

9/20/2019
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The Arizona National Guard has about 5,500 soldiers enlisted. We're learning more about who they are and what they do.

Duration:00:00:41

Hundreds of Arizona teens to take part in Youth Climate Strike

9/20/2019
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Hundreds of Arizona teens set to march from city hall to the state capitol today as part of the global Youth Climate Strike.

Duration:00:00:28

Glendale Sergeant drives Veteran to Florida

9/19/2019
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A welfare check conducted by the Glendale Police Department turned into a cross country road trip when a 94-year-old man was determined to drive across the country to his new assisted living facility in Florida.

Duration:00:01:32

Group reacts to Phoenix City Council meeting over civilian oversight of police

9/18/2019
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The Phoenix City Council met yesterday to discuss civilian police oversight, and one group that's been critical of police likes what it heard.

Duration:00:00:55

Tobacco use among teens in Arizona drops, report finds

9/18/2019
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A new report by United Health Foundation finds tobacco use among teens in Arizona dropped from nearly 7 percent to just over 3 and a half percent in the last three years.

Duration:00:00:46

Biggs bill could allow hyperbaric treatment for vets with brain injuries, PTSD

9/18/2019
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In a statement, Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Gilbert) says the pure oxygen treatment could reduce veteran suicides.

Duration:00:00:41

Phoenix City Council explores police oversight models

9/18/2019
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Phoenix City Council members met Tuesday to explore several options to begin civilian oversight of the Phoenix Police Department. They looked at three models.

Duration:00:00:53

Valley man creates app to help keep addicts sober

9/18/2019
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A new app called iTether, is connecting newly recovered addicts with all the resources they need right from their pocket.

Duration:00:00:47

3 cases of vaping-related illnesses reported in Arizona

9/17/2019
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Arizona now joins the national outbreak of vaping-related illnesses.

Duration:00:00:31

Surprise to become Dementia friendly community

9/17/2019
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A global movement is working towards educating people on how to talk about Dementia and be there for loved ones suffering. The city of Surprise will now offer resource sessions to families and caretakers that are in need of better understanding the disease.

Duration:00:00:50

What to do if you're attacked by bees

9/17/2019
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After two separate bee attacks in the East Valley over the weekend, the Mesa Fire and Medical Department has advice on what to do if you come across a swarm of bees.

Duration:00:00:45

A new law creates consistency across counties for early ballot signature checks.

9/16/2019
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A new state law will hold all 15 Arizona counties to the same standard when it comes to checking all questionable early ballot signatures.

Duration:00:00:33

Phoenix reacts to Brush & Nib Studio ruling

9/16/2019
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The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday that a Phoenix business can refuse service to same-sex couples, overruling the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance. The artists who operate Brush & Nib, which makes invitations and other wedding-related items, argued in a 2016 lawsuit that the ordinance violated their religious beliefs by forcing them to custom-make products for same-sex marriage ceremonies.

Duration:00:00:32

Mesa woman stung up to 40 times by swarm of bees

9/16/2019
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Angelica Aguirre of Mesa was attacked by a swarm of bees in one of two incidents in the East Valley this weekend.

Duration:00:00:42