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KTAR.com

Prescott’s ‘World’s Oldest Rodeo’ to celebrate traditions this summer

Tradition will be the theme of the 137th annual "World’s Oldest Rodeo" in Prescott this summer.
1 month ago
The Phoenix Symphony announced programming for its 2024-25 season. (TAVITS Photography)...
Damon Allred

Phoenix Symphony announces programming for 78th season

The Phoenix Symphony announced the programming for the 2024-25 season, featuring classical works, contemporary renditions and more.
2 months ago
Mugshot of Glendale high school teacher Estevan Carreon, who was arrested Monday, March 25, 2024, f...
Kevin Stone

Glendale high school teacher accused of using spy cameras to record students changing outfits

A longtime West Valley teacher was arrested Monday for alleged voyeurism after students found spy cameras in a high school classroom changing room.
2 months ago
Glendale PD arrest man who tried to kidnap a 14-year-old, they say...
KTAR.com

Glendale police arrest man they say tried to kidnap 14-year-old girl

The Glendale Police Department on Wednesday said they arrested a man who tried to kidnap a 14-year-old girl last week.
2 months ago
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Arizona Oncology

The importance of preventive cancer screening

Taking control of your health starts with being proactive. Screenings are a vital component of comprehensive healthcare and they’re the best way to identify cancer in its earliest stages, often before it causes any symptoms.
3 years ago
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Arizona Oncology

Don’t forget your at-home cancer screenings, even during the coronavirus pandemic

While it’s important to stay vigilant about changes in our bodies at all times, it’s especially important right now during the COVID-19 pandemic. Routine doctor visits are being postponed,  including normal checkups, and it may be hard to get an appointment once the doctor’s office reopens.
4 years ago
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Arizona Oncology

Cancer prevention awareness and why it is important

In 2020, the American Cancer Society estimates that there will be 36,730 new cancer cases in Arizona and 12,580 cancer related deaths. These figures are disheartening, considering that one-third of the most common cancers in the U.S. are preventable.
4 years ago