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Chandler boy fighting rare type of cancer again
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Chandler boy fighting rare type of cancer again

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By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor The community is rallying around a 10-year-old Chandler boy who is fighting cancer for the second time. A GoFundMe campaign has been launched to help cover costs to treat Kameron Sherman, a...
Author used DNA to find birth mom, blood brother
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Author used DNA to find birth mom, blood brother

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By Alyson Johnson, Contributor Advances in DNA science and testing have exploded recently. DNA is being utilized for previously unthought of situations – catching criminals, identifying remains, finding biological family for...
Area Evangelical Lutherans welcome their new bishop
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Area Evangelical Lutherans welcome their new bishop

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By Paul Maryniak, Executive Editor If God ever needs an assistant executive to help run things, the Rev. Deborah Hutterer might well be on the short list. Running things has been a hallmark of her career, and on Sept. 8 she took...
About Care Seeks Volunteers To Help Homebound Residents
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About Care Seeks Volunteers To Help Homebound Residents

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Santan Sun News Staff About Care is looking for people who do. The non-profit organization needs volunteers to help elderly and homebound residents in Chandler, Gilbert and Queen Creek who have no one close to assist them in...
Open house safety guidelines important for home sellers
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Open house safety guidelines important for home sellers

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By Cari Gililland, Guest Writer According to the National Association of Realtors, only 2 percent of homes are sold during an open house. Even with this low percentage, an open house is a common marketing activity for many...
State to add 543,000 jobs in 8 years, economist says
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State to add 543,000 jobs in 8 years, economist says

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By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services State economists predict Arizona will add 542,975 new jobs by 2026, and one out of every eight of them will be in preparing and serving food. Doug Walls, research director of the Office...
Johnjay Van Es dedicates career to dogs, foster children
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Johnjay Van Es dedicates career to dogs, foster children

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski, Staff Johnjay Van Es paced nervously inside Grimaldi’s in Old Town Scottsdale. He and his 104.7 KISS FM morning show partner, Rich Berra, have interviewed some of the world’s top celebrities....
Hunger a problem for EV families
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Hunger a problem for EV families

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By Cecilia Chan, Staff A few years ago, Derrick Bunting worked a minimum-wage job and at one point two jobs, to keep a roof overhead and food on the table for himself and his three growing children. Often, Bunting, 41, fell short...
Doctors studying concussions among domestic violence victims
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Doctors studying concussions among domestic violence victims

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By Tristan Ettleman, Cronkite News Concussions in athletes have received attention in recent years, but experts are now looking to address the needs of a large, yet overlooked, population – domestic abuse victims. One in three...
Dems in Arizona gaining more registered voters than GOP
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Dems in Arizona gaining more registered voters than GOP

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By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services It may not be the signs of a “blue wave,” but a new report from the Secretary of State’s Office suggests that Arizona Democrats appear to be more energized this year than...