Alexa Block, 12 News

Alexa Block

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Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Alexa:

Juneteenth 2021: What it means and how to celebrate in the Valley

Just as Congress officially declares Juneteenth a national holiday, here are some ways to celebrate in the Valley and a perspective from one Valley resident. → Read More

Arizona Black History: A look back at African American contributions to the state

State 48 has a rich Black history made up of trailblazers and changemakers who left a lasting impact on the state. → Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations planned throughout Arizona

Most of the planned celebrations will be virtual due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Remembering the Arizonans we lost to COVID-19 in 2021

We have lost parents, spouses, mothers, fathers, teachers and beloved community members to the unrelenting virus surging through our state. → Read More

Arizona stories that inspired us in 2020

Here are some stories from 2020 that warmed our hearts, inspired us or just simply made us smile. → Read More

More than 8,000 Arizonans dead due to COVID-19 complications

Arizona reached a grim milestone as the number of coronavirus-related deaths surpassed 8,000, according to numbers from state health officials. → Read More

Inside the fight against disinformation

12 News talked with a person who did the job while talking to experts about what is at stake. → Read More

Blue Alert issued after DPS troopers shot at by person with assault rifle in Phoenix

The suspected shooter, a 17-year-old, is in custody and has been identified. Another suspect is still at large. → Read More

Proposed 'Black Lives Matter' street mural in Phoenix is rejected, city says

Local activists wanted the mural to be drawn on a street in Phoenix to bring awareness to social justice causes. → Read More

‘The anxiety and fear levels are real’: Phoenix-area postal workers face challenges amid COVID-19 crisis

USPS workers have been delivered loss, sickness, and financial uncertainty. → Read More

Buffalo Soldiers Day: How Black soldiers laid the foundation for equality in America

The struggle for stability and prosperity in an America they were once enslaved to continued throughout their time in the military. → Read More

Herd immunity: Is it the answer to stopping the spread of COVID-19?

What is herd immunity? And will it work against the coronavirus? → Read More

Juneteenth discussion: Black Arizonans talk about race, equality

We talked with community leaders about police brutality, race and equality. → Read More

Study: More Glendale, Mesa seniors still in the workforce

A new study showed Glendale and Mesa are among the top U.S. cities with a growing rate of seniors in the workforce. → Read More

Remembering some of the Arizonans we lost to COVID-19

As we continue to navigate these uncertain times, we remember the people who fought hard but unfortunately lost their lives to the virus. → Read More

Can't sleep? Here's how to get some rest amid coronavirus pandemic

Clinical psychologist Patricia Haynes says these current stressful situations could have a serious impact on people’s sleep and health. → Read More

Mother's Day gift ideas as physical distancing continues

This Mother’s Day will be different for many people as we continue social distancing to slow the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

Flight canceled due to COVID-19? Here's why it's so hard to get a refund.

With budgets growing tighter and tighter some are looking to get their money back for cancelled travel plans, but airlines do not seem to be making that very easy. → Read More

Too cold for a hike? No way! Here are four Arizona trails to hike in cool weather

The Arizona State Parks and Trails has a few suggestions for hiking destinations to check out before the cool temperatures begin to rise. → Read More

Click Here Comrade: We show you how to spot a misleading photo online

Let's take a second look at that picture you've seen circulating online. → Read More