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Past articles by John:

Sorting through your symptoms: allergies or COVID-19?

March and April typically mark the height of Arizona’s allergy season, so what symptoms can you expect and how do you know if they represent something more severe? → Read More

Healthcare workers welcomed back to Suns arena for Sunday's game

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the Phoenix Suns allowed a limited number of fans into the team’s downtown Phoenix arena for Sunday’s game against the Boston Celtics. → Read More

Valley fitness trainer adapts, becomes business owner during pandemic

A Valley fitness trainer faced with several challenges says he “needed to get up and needed to get busy” to make it through the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Valley company receives federal contract for COVID-19 wastewater study

The first phase of the contract, set to begin as early as next week, will involve testing at 100 wastewater treatment plants nationwide, covering about 10% of the U.S. population. → Read More

Promoting Arizona tourism during pandemic: Is it the right move?

Some public health experts are speaking out against recent actions that promote out-of-state tourism to Arizona as COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and ICU bed use continue to spike. → Read More

Phoenix city council votes against establishing citizen police review office

In a 5-4 vote on Wednesday night, Phoenix city council rejected an ordinance that would’ve established a new “Office of Accountability and Transparency” for civilians to monitor police use-of-force incidents. → Read More

Valley housing market strong despite pandemic

The greater Phoenix housing market has already returned to pre-pandemic levels and could be on track for a record October in total homes sold, according to Valley housing analyst Tina Tamboer with The Cromford Report. → Read More

14 Arizona small businesses prep for big Walmart sales pitch

Fourteen small and medium-sized businesses in Arizona will get the opportunity on Thursday to pitch their products to buyers for Walmart, the world’s largest retailer. → Read More

'No issues' as Phoenix Rising prepares for second game with in-person fans

The team is the first professional sports organization in the state to allow fans to attend games in person. → Read More

Fishing jumps in popularity as pandemic continues, Arizona officials say

More people may be getting hooked on a new hobby amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest available numbers from the Arizona Game & Fish Department. → Read More

Phoenix pilot program aims to reduce traffic delays, boost safety

A year-long pilot program along a busy traffic corridor in Phoenix is utilizing cameras and artificial intelligence with the goal of shortening travel times, reducing delays and improving safety. → Read More

Voter education guide available in ASL for deaf community

The Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, in partnership with the Citizens Clean Elections Commission, released a first-of-its-kind Voter Education Guide in American Sign Language. → Read More

SRP extending moratorium on service disconnections, offering other help for struggling customers

Salt River Project is extending a moratorium on service disconnections through Oct. 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company announced earlier this month. → Read More

Phoenix distributing millions to microbusinesses amid pandemic

The city of Phoenix and Phoenix IDA have approximately $10 million in grants available to distribute through the Phoenix Small Business Resiliency Grant Program. → Read More

No 'love' for Love’s: Neighbors band together to put the brakes on truck stop

Residents in the West Valley are fighting a plan that could place a truck stop and several restaurants near their homes. → Read More

Officials working to help Arizona's tourism industry

Tourism office director Debbie Johnson told ABC15 the campaign will be called “Rediscover Arizona” and target people who are already here. → Read More

Companies hiring private investigators to check on employees 'working' from home

A local private investigator says companies are hiring his team to check up on employees who are skipping out on work amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Mesa offering rerouting assistance ahead of Saturday's 2020 Sprouts Mesa Marathon

More than 7,000 runners are expected to take part in Saturday's 2020 Sprouts Mesa Marathon and the city is offering resources for people who aren't running to plan ahead of road closures. → Read More

Phoenix air marker: Iconic mountain sign getting a refresh on New Year's Day

Scouts began construction on the air maker in 1949. → Read More

FD: Cigarettes likely to blame for Tempe house fire

Tempe fire officials say smoldering cigarettes are likely to blame for an early morning house fire near 48th Street and Southern Avenue. → Read More