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Where The Next 10 Million Miles Will Take Us At Waymo
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Where The Next 10 Million Miles Will Take Us At Waymo

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By John Krafcik Guest Writer Our self-driving vehicles just crossed 10 million miles driven on public roads. When it comes to driving, experience is the best teacher, and that experience is even more valuable when it’s varied...
Ocotillo Business Helps Clients Spruce Up Homes
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Ocotillo Business Helps Clients Spruce Up Homes

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor When someone wants to add zest to their home so it captures their heart again or to attract buyers if they are ready to sell it, they can check out a new Ocotillo store with colorful, unusual...
Area Firm On Front Lines In The War On Plastic
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Area Firm On Front Lines In The War On Plastic

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By Cecilia Chan Staff In the iconic coming-of-age film “The Graduate,” Dustin Hoffman’s young character is given advice for his future – “plastics.” When the movie opened in 1967, plastics were gaining a foothold in...
Jobs Pouring Into East Valley As Firms Flock To Region
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Jobs Pouring Into East Valley As Firms Flock To Region

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By Jason Stone Staff Writer Arizona’s job numbers are sizzling, but East Valley numbers are on fire. A recent report from the East Valley Partnership said the region’s six communities – Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Queen...
EV Surgeon Helps Pioneer New Shoulder Replacement
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EV Surgeon Helps Pioneer New Shoulder Replacement

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By Srianthi Perera Contributor Chandler retiree Carolyn Craig was told that her impending total shoulder replacement surgery was “no walk in the park.” She was mentally prepared for many months of difficult recovery and to...
Chandler Vets Get A ‘Thank You For Your Service’
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Chandler Vets Get A ‘Thank You For Your Service’

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor The Chandler home of two U.S. Army veterans was a flurry of activity last month as workers rolled paint brushes over walls, installed new fencing, built a patio and got their hands dirty with...
Chandler Salon Owner Enjoying Dream ‘Retirement’
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Chandler Salon Owner Enjoying Dream ‘Retirement’

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor Nigerian-born Eddie Osunlalu, a long-time financial professional, set a goal 15 years ago to open his own beauty salon during his “retirement.” Now, he’s enjoying his dream come true in...
Gun carry laws put state high in group’s freedom list
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Gun carry laws put state high in group’s freedom list

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By Daniel Perle, Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Arizona’s school choice laws, liberal land-use policies and rules for concealed-carry of guns combined to help boost the state into the top 10 in a “Freedom in the 50 States”...
New micro-hospital to offer customized care
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New micro-hospital to offer customized care

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By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor An unusual, new hospital will aim to offer customized, comfortable care to patients in Ocotillo. Phoenix ER & Medical Hospital is planning its grand opening on Oct. 12 at 3050 S. Dobson Road...
Gateway Airport now a pilot training hot spot
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Gateway Airport now a pilot training hot spot

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By Jim Walsh, Staff Writer Steve Armour always knew he wanted to fly, but it was hard to shell out thousands of dollars for flight training when the market for pilots crashed during the Great Recession. Armour, 43, went on with...