Max Gorden, azfamily.com

Max Gorden

azfamily.com

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Max:

SRP storing water underground to help with the drought

SRP's Granite Reef Underground Storage Project holds the equivalent of 17 Saguaro Lakes. → Read More

AZDHS: More than 1,300 vaccinated Arizonans still got COVID-19

During this time there were 2,660,000 people fully-vaccinated in Arizona, meaning only around .05% of vaccinated people got COVID-19. → Read More

Phoenix drummer diagnosed with rare cancer

The Phoenix music scene has rallied around him. → Read More

New app helps break down medical language barriers for Phoenix's refugees

"There are words that may not be translatable in one's native tongue." → Read More

Raising Cane's could replace the Duke Photography studio in Phoenix

While the fate of the building is uncertain, Duke Photography isn’t going out of business. → Read More

ASU sophomore designing adaptive diving wetsuit

Here in the desert, the fish out of water is designing a better way for people with disabilities to get into their wetsuits. → Read More

Peeples Valley Fire preparing homes for a tough fire season

"All firefighters will come in and look and say, 'We can save that property or we can put the effort into trying to save that property.'" → Read More

As a new baseball season starts, what will happen to the 2020 bobbleheads?

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Giveaway days at the ballpark are always a fan favorite, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, some MLB teams have stores of bobbleheads they never got to hand out last season. So what will happen to these collectibles? "They're the phantom bobbleheads," said Randy Policar, a sports memorabilia collector in Tempe. "I can just imagine the bobblehead collectors like myself… → Read More

As COVID restrictions lift, some Arizona restaurants can't find enough workers

"Really the most difficult thing we're trying to do right now." → Read More

Glendale police using trauma bags and training to save lives

"Those crucial four or five minutes are the big difference between that person living or dying." → Read More

'Lost in Phoenix' gives raw glimpse into Phoenix's opioid epidemic

"I'm trying to put a story, a face, to many of the lost souls that are out there." → Read More

NFL football player and Phoenix father honored for stopping attempted sexual assault

"These individuals took action. They didn't run away." → Read More

Maricopa County's Area Agency on Aging sees spike in need during the pandemic

During the past year, the organization provided more than 1.2 million meals to homebound seniors and more than 2,100 cleaning supply kits. → Read More

Phoenix family moving into old school bus, plans to travel the country

"We've gotten a lot of support from people, and we've got a lot of people who just think we're completely insane for doing this." → Read More

Michael Landon's daughter searching for family heirloom in Arizona

Cheryl Landon is asking Arizonans for their help finding the unique plaque. → Read More

Phoenix's Asian-American community concerned about rise in hate incidents

"A lot of us are at home scared. Not sure what to do, not sure how to navigate." → Read More

Valleywise Health's Chief Clinical Officer urges caution ahead of St. Patrick's Day

"The key here is really getting us to that finish line." → Read More

New fund aims to increase affordable housing in Arizona

"We've got a real issue and we've got to deal with it." → Read More

TGen testing Arizona pets for COVID-19

So far, two dogs and two cats in Arizona have tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Live theater making a comeback in Phoenix

"I think one of the biggest challenges is communicating to a population that we are providing a very safe experience for them." → Read More