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Past articles by Angie:

'It's not about us, it's about them': Arizona couple shares adoption experience

Christina and Jennie Hedges always wanted to open their home to children. But adopting a teenager wasn't initially in their plans. → Read More

Widow of Valley man killed in crash wants justice

For Diana Garcia, the pain and anxiety of losing her 29-year-old husband is not like it was the morning of the crash. It's worse. → Read More

'I never thought it could be my family': Mom organizes march against gun violence

When Meagan Orantes got the idea to hold a march against gun violence, she wasn't sure exactly what to say, or who may even stop to listen. But she knew she needed to say something. → Read More

Valley veteran says time in Afghanistan 'absolutely' worth it

Joe Reagan decided to put his thoughts into words earlier as he planned to publish the piece for the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on America. → Read More

Valley groups offer free testing, COVID-19 vaccines in high-risk areas

Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson or Moderna, attendees at the One Community Initiative vaccine clinic had their pick. → Read More

Community groups band together for free health clinic on August 6

Did doctor visits take a back seat in your household during the global pandemic? On Friday, Aug. 6, Wesley Community and Health Centers is hosting a free health clinic for families. → Read More

Peoria company turns monsoon storm-damaged trees into masterpieces

We see it often with our monsoon storms: fierce winds and heavy rains uprooting the largest of trees, leaving behind a mess that you usually must pay someone to clean up. A Peoria company offers a service that is not only free but also keeps storm-damaged trees out of landfills. → Read More

Phoenix church getting promised migrant care money after delays

Large Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) buses rolled through the parking lot at Monte Vista Baptist Church weekly almost all of 2019. → Read More

Parents line up to get children a spot at Sunnyslope High School

"This is the ultimate in parental love and sacrifice," Kim Garcia laughed. Garcia pitched a tent outside Sunnyslope High School. → Read More

Trial begins in DPS shooting case

Department of Public Safety trooper who was shot in the face finally sees his case go to trial. → Read More

Facing teacher shortage, Valley schools recruiting early

Too many jobs and not enough teachers. Schools across the state started this school year with more than one-fifth of all teaching jobs empty. → Read More

Scottsdale Police Department commander alleges retaliation; sues city, chief

Commander Aaron Minor blew the whistle on Assistant Police Chief Richard Slavin for alleged homophobic comments at a meeting of high-ranking Scottsdale police officers in May → Read More

Jesse Conger update: Missing Marine is wanted by Utah authorities

Paperwork filed in Utah shows Jesse Conger was due in court in a domestic violence-related case two weeks after he disappeared. → Read More

Crews search rugged terrain for missing Marine Jesse Conger

It's now going on eight weeks since Conger left his girlfriend's Scottsdale apartment. → Read More

Cameras catch dangerous driving in I-10 work zone

Traffic cameras showed two cars headed east in the westbound I-10 HOV lane. → Read More

Cave Creek Cares: Rat poison killing Valley wildlife

An alarming number of wild animals are dying from eating rodents that have ingested rat poisoning → Read More

Valley woman praises Macy's workers at Arrowhead Mall for saving her life

Reba Mason jokes that shoe shopping saved her life last week. → Read More

ADOT: Feds do not have direct access to facial recognition database

Officials say the technology is instrumental in combatting fraud, forgery, and identity theft. → Read More

Valley teen hospitalized in Germany with meningitis

The 19-year-old's parents flew to Germany from Phoenix to be with their son while he recovers. → Read More

Billions of dollars of life-saving drugs being destroyed

Life saving medicine is thrown away daily. Some of it is paid for with your tax dollars. → Read More