Stories tagged: "phoenix"

Phoenix Pride 2020 May Be Postponed, But the Festivities Will Go On…Online

The annual pride celebration may have been postponed, but the party is still on for this weekend. It’s just online.

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Hospitals Often Send Homeless Patients Back Onto Streets. This Project Aims to Stop That.

A new project aims to help Phoenix-area hospitals avoid "patient dumping" by providing somewhere for them to go when their treatment is over.

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Feds Want Meth Dealers To Love Phoenix A Little Less

'Operation Crystal Shield' was announced to combat meth trafficking in Arizona, just days before police pulled off a $12 million drug bust.

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New Mental Health Center Will Help Underserved West Valley Community

Plus two other stories impacting Arizona's Latino community.

Puppies Take Over Downtown Phoenix in Search of Cuddles

Valentine's Day was full of puppy love for these Phoenix park visitors.

Trump Still Owes Over $145,000 From Previous Arizona Rallies

The Trump campaign has yet to pay bills from past visits to Mesa and Tucson as he announces plans to visit Phoenix.

No Help: Frustration Builds Among Phoenix’s Unsheltered Residents

Maricopa County conducted its annual survey of homeless residents this week in an attempt to find ways to better help those in need.