World War II Navy veteran Ted Giannone smiles as he listens to Grounded No More founder Tony Anger speak Oct. 30, 2022, at Falcon Field Airport in Mesa. Giannone is wearing the same flight suit he wore eight decades ago. (Photo by Samantha Chow/Cronkite News)
‘Somebody Special for Our 500th Ride’: 100-Year-Old WWII Veteran Flies With Grounded No More

Dressed in the same flight suit he wore in World War II, 100-year-old Ted Giannone stepped into a bright yellow Fairchild PT-26 trainer plane late last month, becoming Grounded No More’s 500th rider.

elderly woman kissing the nose of a micro-mini cow
Care and Comfort: From Horses to Micro-Mini Cows, Animals Can Help with Human Ailments

Animal-assisted therapy is a growing form of therapy that can help people of all ages both mentally and physically by relying on the unique bond between animals and humans.

man with plaster mask covering his face as man begins to peel it away
Scottsdale Artist Makes ‘Life Masks’ to Keep Holocaust Stories Alive

Along with casting their faces, Scottsdale artist Robert Sutz captures his subjects’ stories on video and paints scenes they recall from the Holocaust.

two men working on piecing an old grave marker back together
Graves in 19th-Century Phoenix Cemetery Preserved by Volunteer Efforts

The Pioneers’ Cemetery Association, labors to preserve long-neglected grave markers in Phoenix.