Stories tagged: "families"


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Yuma Mother Documents 4-Year-old’s Struggle With Rare Moebius Syndrome

Researchers estimate that the syndrome affects as few as 1 in 500,000 newborns, according to The National Library of Medicine.

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Your Guide to Free and Low-Cost Summer Camps in the Valley

Make sure to bookmark this page! Additional activities from all across the Valley for kids of all ages will be added throughout the summer.

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Want to Get the Kids Out of the House This Summer? Here Are Some Activities in Phoenix and Beyond.

Enroll the kids in free swimming lessons this year, have some fun at a neighborhood splash pad, or watch them play in an esports league.

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21 Must-Visit Arizona Destinations You Can Get Into for Free

Culture Passes offer free admission to the Phoenix Art Museum, Reid Park Zoo, and over a dozen other arts and culture institutions throughout the state.

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Your Guide to Free and Low-Cost Summer Camps in the Valley

Make sure to bookmark this page! Additional activities from all across the Valley for kids of all ages will be added throughout the summer.

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Does Gov. Doug Ducey Really Care About Families and Education? His State of the State Speech Suggested Otherwise.

Ducey failed to address a looming billion-dollar budget cut to education funding, which would lead to teacher layoffs and school closures.

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Hungry Holidays: Break From School Means Break From Meals for Some Kids

Advocates for child nutrition programs have found potential solutions in an unlikely place—the COVID-19 pandemic.