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City Partnering with AARP Experience Corps to Launch Tutoring Program

AARP Experience Corps and AARP Arizona are partnering with the City of Phoenix and several school district superintendents to launch a tutoring program designed to improve literacy skills for Phoenix elementary school students Only 31 percent of American children read

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'Busy NYC Restaurant' Says Cell Phones to Blame for Slower Service

PHOENIX — Wondered why service has slowed down a bit for you?  An anonymous client who frequents several restaurants in New York, reviewed surveillance videos from 2004 and 2014 to discover why service had slowed down and blames cell phones

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Arizona Again Near Tops in Nation For Women in State Elected Office

By AUBREE ABRILCronkite News Service WASHINGTON – The wild west – it brings to mind images of cowboys and showdowns. It probably does not bring images of women in elected office. But Democrats and Republicans both say the independent, wild

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Census: Number of Arizonans Living in “Poverty Areas” Jumped in 2010

By MIRANDA RIVERSCronkite News Service WASHINGTON – The number of Arizona residents living in concentrated “poverty areas” grew significantly in the first decade of the century, according to a new Census report. From 2000 to 2010, Arizonans living in poverty

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Juan Pablo Zaragoza Selected for AZ Business Magazine's Top Lawyers List

Juan Pablo G. Zaragoza, an attorney with the national law firm Polsinelli, has been selected for inclusion in AZ Business Magazine’s Top Lawyers list.   Mr. Zaragoza has extensive experience in the areas of estate planning, international estate planning, business succession

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What's New at Chase Field in 2014?

Chase Field, considered by many to be the most fan-friendly and affordable ballpark in the country, will host the first game at Chase Field in 2014, an exhibition game against the Chicago Cubs, this Friday at 6:40PM. The D-backs’ home

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