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A Recap of Premio lo Nuestro 2014

Univision thrilled guests of Premio Lo Nuestro, where the Latin music industry’s biggest stars were recognized. Hosts William Levy and Ninel Conde awarded performers such as Marc Anthony, Gerado Ortiz, Prince Royce and the late Jenni Rivera. Marc Anthony took

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Preventing the Flu: Myths and Facts

By: Taylor Pineda January may be the peak month for the seasonal flu, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services, however, this doesn’t mean that Arizona is out of the woods yet. With an increase in cases, it is

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Eager to get seat belts on students, state senator drove a school bus

By Harmony HuskinsonCronkite News When children ride school buses, Sen. Barbara McGuire, D-Kearny, doesn’t understand why they can’t wear seat belts. “We have them buckle up in our cars. It doesn’t make sense not to have them buckle up elsewhere,”

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Not just Scary: Paranormal Activity Offers Real Lessons to Marketers

By Eric Diaz The shriek was heard in the hallway outside the movie theater. Inside, the unthinkable had just happened to the actress on screen and the audience erupted in fright. As I looked around to scan the crowd, I

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Women who smoke just 100 cigarettes in their lifetime are '30% more likely to get breast cancer'

Many social smokers believe they don’t puff on enough cigarettes to be at risk of serious side effects. But new research shows that smoking just 100 cigarettes in a lifetime increases a woman’s chance of developing breast cancer by 30

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Demi Lovato Feb. 15th

As part of pop-star Demi Lovato Neon Lights tour, the young diva will be performing at Arena in Glendale, on Saturday February 15th. Opening up for the star is Little Mix and Fifth Star.  Tickets are available at:

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Arizona food-stamp recipients won’t feel farm bill funding cuts

By Colton GavinCronkite News The farm bill signed Friday by President Barack Obama includes $8 billion in cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, but experts say the cuts will not affect food-stamp benefits in Arizona. That was little comfort

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Valentine's Day Experiences in Downtown Phoenix

Love is in the air in downtown Phoenix as romantic Valentine’s Day dining experiences at Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel and The Westin Phoenix Downtown take hold. Both hotels are offering dine and stay packages, and the restaurants at each hotel are offering Valentine’s dinner specials.  District

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Bill to combat sex trafficking in Arizona takes first step in House

By Jordan Young Cronkite News To Cindy McCain, co-chair of a task force Gov. Jan Brewer assembled to address human trafficking, one way to combat the problem is treating women and girls lured into the sex trade as victims. “They’re not prostitutes,

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Trends for Spring Fashion

Trends for Spring Fashion

By: Taylor Pineda Spring pastel colors compliment some of the biggest upcoming trends in fashion for this Spring 2014. Wide-length pants are a great replacement to a more fitted legging or slack that we saw trending in the winter. Explore

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