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Piestewa Peak Rescue Ends Badly for Injured Hiker
June 14, 2019
Helicopter in the middle of dessert

Kati Metro, a 74-year-old hiker, was rescued after getting injured at the Piestewa Peak trail. Upon reevaluating the circumstances of the terrain and the temperature, firefighters decided to […]

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Arizona Safety During the Monsoon Season
June 14, 2019
Heavy Rain with little boat in the middle

After the uncommonly cool spring, Arizona started to heat up rapidly. Recently, the weather service has announced that high temperature during the first days of summer reached around […]

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Tonto Forest Service Fighting Drones and Flames
June 14, 2019
Fire Fighter in Tonto

The Tonto National Forest representatives announced fire spreading from Horseshoe Dam Road on Friday, June 7. Over the weekend, the fire has spread east and northeast toward the […]

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Justice Department Against the T-Mobile and Sprint Multi-Billion Dollar Merger
June 13, 2019
5G satellites in space

This week a group of state attorneys general filed a federal lawsuit against the merger of the two telecommunication companies. German T-Mobile and Japanese Sprint, both operating in […]

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The Irreversible Annihilation Cycle
June 13, 2019
Global Warming Desert on Earth

Global warming is the phrase used for decades to illustrate a temperature increase in the Earth’s atmosphere. Although it is a natural effect, scientists discuss the possibility of […]

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Phoenix Celebrates the Four Newcomers to the Zoo
June 13, 2019
Owl Pygmy Glaucidium

The Phoenix Zoo in Arizona, home to more than 1,400 animals, recently presented new residents to the public. The Zoo staff in association with Arizona Game and Fish […]

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Users’ Concerns About iTunes
June 13, 2019
iTunes on the screen of phone

Many Apple users have wondered what will happen when they stop using iTunes. Well, to sum up, it will stay active for a while, and users will be […]

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Phoenix Got Into the Program ‘City Works’
June 13, 2019
Lyft app on the phone

Drena Kusari, the Southwest regional director, said that this represents their commitment to the community. Additionally, she said that being a part of the local community is what […]

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Oakland City Has Decriminalized Magic Mushrooms
June 13, 2019
Decriminalization of shrooms in Oakland

In Denver, magic mushrooms have been legalized back in May, and now, Oakland City is following in its footsteps. Namely, the City Council passed the law on Tuesday […]

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Veterans Are Thrilled With the New Act
June 13, 2019
Veterans of US on the background of American flag

Donald Trump signed the Mission Act last year. Now veterans can seek help outside the Veterans Affairs Medical Center if they need to wait a lot for some […]

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Walmart on Saturday is the place for family shopping. As the store was bustling with unsuspecting residents, the tragedy was closing in on the doors. The 21-year-old shooter […]

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The development of technology and the use of new materials have significantly influenced medical treatments. The middle-aged Mesa patient, who has suffered multiple bone marrow transplantations, received a […]

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A warehouse in Mesa is a training ground for twelve-year-old Delton Kaufmann, who dedicates his free time to ensuring his champion title in wrestling. According to the boy, […]

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