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Glendale, Arizona - The Cardinals recently hosted more than 100 mothers and youth football players at a Moms Football Safety Clinic, which took place at the Universidad del Valle de México.
Yuma, Arizona - On Saturday, March 22nd, Chuck Wullenjohn, Public Affairs Officer for the Yuma Proving Ground, will present “Help Never Came” at 1:00 p.m. at the Foothills Library. The presentation chronicles the early World War II battles in the Philippines that ended with the infamous "Bataan Death March" and the largest surrender of American troops in the history of the U.S. The story of what happened is dramatic, heroic and sobering.
Washington, DC - The Federal Trade Commission, with the assistance of the U.S. Department of Justice, has settled a complaint against a Massachusetts-based home security company that illegally called millions of consumers on the FTC’s National Do Not Call (DNC) Registry to pitch home security systems.
Yuma, Arizona - Many of this week’s emergency responses were to motor vehicle crashes. In fact 7 responses were for crashes reported to involve at least 3 vehicles. More vehicles are using our streets this time of year and motorists need to take that into consideration. We all need to be patient, use caution, and follow these simple suggestions:
Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Jan Brewer today appointed two new members to the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR).
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - The University of Arizona Innovation Zone at the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture featured the Accordion photobioreactor, an innovative algae production system for nutraceuticals, animal feed, biofuels and other high-value products.
Tucson, Arizona - The University of Arizona saw increases in graduate program rankings this year - particularly in its part-time master’s in business administration, computer science, education and mathematics. The programs were ranked in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools.
Nogales, Arizona - Weekend seizures of methamphetamine and heroin at the Port of Nogales resulted in the capture of more than 59 pounds of meth and nearly eight pounds of heroin, within four separate cases. The drugs have an estimated total value of $1,024,000.