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Sonu Wasu


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Past articles by Sonu:

Valley man shares his journey of recovering from addiction to fentanyl

It is a drug that is a hundred times stronger than morphine and fifty times stronger than heroin. → Read More

Partially paralyzed dog hit by car in need of help

The Heart2Heart rescue is currently caring for a pup that was hit by two cars. The pup was taken in by volunteers with the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition or PACC 911, his story was shared with all their partnering rescue organizations. → Read More

Advocates believe forgiveness for marijuana crimes does not go far enough

Since Arizona county attorneys started accepting applications from those looking to dismiss prior marijuana possession charges, the Maricopa County attorney has been busy. → Read More

Injured Valley girl gifting brain injury recovery kits to community

A Valley girl who was seriously injured in a car accident is now working with the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona to put together hundreds of free kits to hand out to others who are recovering from serious trauma like her. → Read More

Valley baby showing great progress with experimental Niemann-Pick Type C disease drug treatments

A Valley 2-year-old child who is fighting a rare and fatal disease is now showing improvement with an experimental drug. Woodrow Mille suffers from Niemann-Pick Type C disease, described as a form of Alzheimer's, among children. → Read More

Concerned veterans demand transparency from VA after millions of canceled appointments

The group Concerned Veterans for America is demanding transparency from the Veterans Healthcare Administration after millions of canceled doctors' appointments, during the pandemic. → Read More

Valley employment firm kicks off initiative to 'hire our heroes'

Express Employment Professionals, a hiring company, is now highlighting the benefits and skills veterans bring to the workforce, as they rally to find jobs for unemployed veterans in Arizona. → Read More

Suns fever takes over Phoenix-area assisted living facility

Some of the most loyal Suns fans have been cheering on the team for decades. They have stuck by them through thick and thin, and they have the ticket stubs to prove it. They are fans living inside Valley assisted living facilities and have years' worth of colorful stories to share. → Read More

Casa Grande man honors Suns players with art

For Carlos Jimenez from Casa Grande, the best way to showcase his Suns pride has been to do so on a canvas, through his art. → Read More

Valley boy with fatal disease accepted into experimental drug program

Denise and Rickey Miller were on a campaign to get their child access to the drug before it was too late for him. → Read More

'Like a warzone': Valley man describes conditions in India after returning to U.S.

Surreal, a war zone and a country under siege by a virus. Those are just some words Sudhakar Gopal is using to describe what he witnessed in India, after a month-long trip there to visit his family. → Read More

Family still seeking justice one year after teen found dead along Interstate 10

Anaiah Walker would have turned 17 years old this week. Instead of celebrating her birthday with a party, her family is still trying to figure out how she died and who was responsible for killing her. → Read More

Mother pleads for justice after son is murdered while riding bicycle in south Phoenix

Sandi Hernandez is desperately seeking justice after the murder of her son, 21-year-old Javier Herrera. → Read More

Inside the massive effort to translate the Bible into American Sign Language

It is a book that has been translated into thousands of languages. Yet one of the biggest challenges churches all over the country have faced is translating the book into a language the deaf community can understand. → Read More

Arizona motel among many expected to file for bankruptcy in coming months

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only claimed lives, but it's also claimed livelihoods. Many businesses and individuals are on the verge of bankruptcy. → Read More

Arizona program helps reunite recovering addicts with their children

With the drug abuse epidemic increasing, this means more families are seeing their children going into the 'system' but the state of Arizona has been trying to change that with a partnership with Terros Health. → Read More

What it's like visiting Disney during a pandemic

The most magical place on Earth will soon be filled with life again. Disneyland is set to re-open sometime in April, after California issued new guidance on theme parks. → Read More

Arizona Senator Christine Marsh proposes life-saving bill after losing son to fentanyl overdose

Arizona State Senator Christine Marsh is speaking out about a very personal loss that has inspired her to come up with legislation that she hopes will help save lives. → Read More

Arizona sued over medical marijuana licensing practices

The marijuana business has been booming in Arizona especially after the legalization of pot. While many Maricopa County dispensaries are expanding, and hiring more staff, in some rural parts of Arizona that is not the case. → Read More

Valley mom hopes to change Arizona manslaughter laws after losing son to suicide

"It is disgusting. I was angry and just in disbelief that this really happened." → Read More