Title Author Publication Date
Arizona’s Women: Symposium Explores Working Women In Our State’s History Lauren Gilger October 06, 2016
Former Mayor Envisions New Life For Phoenix Church Destroyed By Fire In 1984 Lauren Gilger October 04, 2016
Report: Arizona First In Services For People With Developmental Disabilities, But Still Work To Be Done Lauren Gilger October 03, 2016
With More Than 750 Young Adults Aging Out Of Foster Care Every Year, Where Do They Go? Lauren Gilger September 23, 2016
24 Hours From Arrest To Release To Services For Seriously Mentally Ill In New Program Lauren Gilger September 22, 2016
Valley Health Group Buys 270,000 Condoms, Trains Providers To Prevent Zika Spread Lauren Gilger September 20, 2016
Gloria Steinem On Feminism, Hillary Clinton, Native American Women And Her Life On The Road Lauren Gilger September 19, 2016
Lawsuits, Laws and Taxes: What’s Behind Roosevelt Row’s Business Improvement District? Lauren Gilger September 16, 2016
Is Phoenix The Next Silicon Valley? Or Will Controversial Politics Hold Us Back? Lauren Gilger September 15, 2016
Will Zika Spread To Arizona? Valley Moms-To- Be, OBGYNs Worry About Virus Lauren Gilger September 13, 2016
Arizona Farmer+Chef Connection Brings Together Local Food Producers, Suppliers To Grow Food Community Lauren Gilger September 12, 2016
With Breastfeeding On The Rise In Arizona, Moms Seek More Resources Lauren Gilger September 08, 2016
Revisiting Phoenix's 'Summer Of Fear' Lauren Gilger September 06, 2016
Visa Program Brings Foreign Doctors To Fill Arizona Physician Shortage Lauren Gilger September 02, 2016
As Physician Shortage Grows, Arizona Psychiatrists Enter Field In Demand Lauren Gilger September 01, 2016
From Party Schools To Best Athletic Facilities, There's A List From Princeton Review— See How Arizona Colleges Ranked Lauren Gilger August 30, 2016
Three Arizona Schools Make Princeton Review’s 2017 'Best Colleges' List Lauren Gilger August 30, 2016
‘Neighbors Helping Neighbors:’ Maricopa County Needs Almost 400 Poll Workers Days Before Election Lauren Gilger August 26, 2016
Study: The More Partisan News You Read, The Less You Believe Fact-Checkers Lauren Gilger August 25, 2016
From Streetscaping To Historic Redevelopment, Phoenix Looks To Revive Van Buren Street Lauren Gilger August 23, 2016
In Fight Against Truancy, Mentors Work To Reconnect Students To School Lauren Gilger August 19, 2016
Report: Foster Care Rates Sky-Rocket, More Arizona Children Living In Poverty Lauren Gilger August 18, 2016
After A Decade, Can Mesa Revitalize Fiesta District? Lauren Gilger August 16, 2016
ASU Professor: Let's End The Classroom War On Mobile Devices Lauren Gilger August 15, 2016
Teaching Social Media Savvy One Food Picture At A Time Lauren Gilger August 12, 2016

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