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  • Cover Story: ‘Let’s Go Save Some Lives’

    ASU pivots to fight COVID-19 In late January, when an Arizona State University student was diagnosed with Arizona’s first case of the novel coronavirus, our state woke up to the realities ofCOVID-19. Arizona was not well prepared...

    • Posted May 7, 2020
  • Cover Story: On the Wild Side

    Southwest Conservation Center helps people learn about wildlife and conserve its habitat             It started with a coyote named Don.             In the early 90s, a local farmer riding his tractor accidentally ran over a den of...

    • Posted April 2, 2020
  • Cover Story: A Winning Recipe

    For the Fox family, food, fun and philanthropy are the right ingredients             Archie, the 7-month-old Cavapoo is romping adorably through the yard, while his family watches and smiles.                 “He’s everyone’s favorite,” said Noah Fox,...

    • Posted March 5, 2020
  • Cover Story: 100 Years a Player

    Phoenix Theatre Company celebrates its centennial             Today, the Phoenix Theatre Company is an arts institution and one of the leading employers of actors, artists and theater techs in Arizona. But nearly a century ago, it operated...

    • Posted February 6, 2020
  • Cover Story: A Mother’s Dream

    Four sisters unite to fight ovarian cancer             Colleen Drury loved to read, exercise, travel, cook and spend time with family and friends. The mother of four daughters — Nicole Cundiff, Danielle Kamm, Michelle Batschelet and Billie...

    • Posted January 2, 2020
  • Cover Story: Treasures of the Heart

    Kurt and Brenda Warner have turned life’s challenges into an enduring drive to give             Brenda Warner doesn’t want this story to be about football. “I don’t like football,” she said in her no-nonsense way. Instead, the...

    • Posted December 5, 2019
  • Cover Story: Operation Conversation

    The Phoenix Police Department uses sports, education, activities and events to help cops and kids develop a positive relationship.             Talking with members of the Phoenix Police Department, it’s clear the officers have seen a lot. Citizens...

    • Posted October 3, 2019
  • Marketing Equality

    With ONE Community, Angela Hughey started a movement By Karen Werner             About 20 years ago, Angela Hughey and her wife Sheri Owens were renovating their house. Wanting to support the LGBTQ community, they decided to use...

    • Posted September 10, 2019
  • ‘Riders’ Rides Again

    World-class artists bring Riders of the Purple Sage to stage and screen By Karen Werner / August 2019 This is a story of what happens, or rather, what can happen, when you combine the best of Arizona...

    • Posted September 3, 2019
  • From Learning to Earning

    Junior Achievement of Arizona gives kids the skills they need to succeed By Karen Werner / July 2019 On any given school day, 200 employees roam a Tempe cityscape, hard at work. There are doctors and marketing...

    • Posted August 6, 2019