RSVP Public Relations Chompie's just announced that they are selling pink bagels from now until October 30, donating some of the proceeds to the Susan G. Komen fund. Besides Chompie's, we have noticed a lot of other products turning pink for the month of October, so we decided to see j ... More >>
Stephanie Foxx and the rest of Rock LobsterStephanie Foxx, lead singer of Martini Ranch's resident 80s cover band Rock Lobster will be honored as the Honorary Race Chair of the 2009 Komen Phoenix Race for the Cure. Foxx, a Chandler resident and mother of two, was diagnosed with breast cancer earl ... More >>
Image: Deanna Dent-- http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/slideshow/Mexico tourists wearing masks The swine flu situation in Arizona hasn't changed much since yesterday's post, except for a stockpiling of antiviral medications.Officials are telling Tucson media that Arizona still hasn't reported any cases ... More >>
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The Final Exit volunteers call it assisted suicide. Prosecutors may call it manslaughter
You're not a doctor, but Trauma Center lets you play one on TV
Curt Schilling putts for charity
Dance performances benefit the NAMES Project
Is mining causing cancer in the West Valley?
Court of Appeals upholds conviction of 'Sleepwalking Murderer'
Nevada's wastewater is causing sex problems in fish. But will Arizona get screwed by the solution?
Animal rights activists sue researcher
If your vagina got dressed, what would it wear to The Vagina Monologues?
Is secondhand cigarette residue responsible for blues legend David Trippy's inoperable cancer?
Whiskeytown's last album is a rock 'n' roll masterpiece. So how come you haven't heard it?
1,161 rock stars were fatally injured in the making of The Encyclopedia of Rock Obituaries
Pro-choice lobby may be weakened by a disagreement over regulation of abortion clinics
Instead of removing Michael Cooley's brain tumor, a surgeon cut out healthy tissue. Fifteen years later, Cooley's settled malpractice cases against his doctor and his lawyer. The tumor still must be removed.
City Hall Puritans crack down on sex businesses. Expect the courts to decide if the new laws are constitutional.
Jeff Ofstedahl became the Valley's most visible gay activist, turned Echo Magazine into a political force, and carefully planned his departure for four months of sailing and finishing a novel. Then his doctor called.
The state's antitobacco ads get more nauseating--and popular--by the week
The struggle to undo Mesa's antismoking law ranges from the reasonable to the hysterical
Pageant for senior women bars contestant with AIDS virus
Once again, the Legislature wants to require minors to get a parent's permission for an abortion
There are Friends of Tobacco. And antismoking advocates worry that behind-the-scenes machinations may water down a state campaign to discourage teen smoking.
GOP boosters say Arizona's medical system for the poor should be a model for national health-care reform. But three federal investigations question whether Arizona's system is any less expensive than traditional Medicaid plans.
What would have happened to rock'n'roll if Lennon and McCartney had never been properly introduced?
If you need anemergency medical vehicle, just hope you're in the right partof Maricopa County. If you're not, questionable dispatching practices could prove hazardous to your health.
A SCOTTSDALE PARENTS' GROUP WITH TIES TO PAY ROBERTSON IS MAKING SURE THE SEX-ED CURRICULUM DOESN'T GO ALL THE WAY
WHAT MAKES A KID WASH HIS HANDS 100 TIMES A DAY, CHANGE HIS CLOTHES HOURLY AND OTHERWISE DRIVE HIS PARENTS NUTS? TOURETTE'S SYNDROME.
TAMMI CARMODY THOUGHT SHE WS OVER THE PAIN OF CHILDBIRTH. THEN SHE GOT THE BILL.
THE SURGERY WAS SUPPOSED TO GIVE THE FORMER MARCH OF DIMES POSTER CHILD A LIFE. BUT A SERIES OF ERRORS INSTEAD LED TO HER DEATH.
RESIDENTS NEAR THE MOTOROLA SUPERFUND SITES CONDUCT UNSOPHISTICATED HEALTH STUDIES BECAUSE THEY DONT TRUST THE GOVERNMENT. NEITHER DO THE GOVERNMENT'S OWN SCIENTISTS.