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Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Bryan:

Back-to-school hacks: Use this tech to help with homework

There are a few, easy-to-use tech tools that'll help your kids tackle homework this year. → Read More

Back-to-school hack: Make school lunches fun for your kids

Whether they're picky eaters or allergic to certain foods, packing your kids' lunch might take a little planning on your part. → Read More

Back-to-school craft hacks: From backpack charms to personalized notebooks

Heather Riccobono from the Brie Brie Blooms blog has a few back-to-school hacks to share. → Read More

'Man + River' YouTube channel making a splash online with lost Arizona treasures

The scuba diver scours places like the Salt River for left behind treasures. He finds everything from phones to GoPros, sunglasses to strange items like a bugle or a gun. → Read More

Beautiful augmented reality mural in downtown Phoenix is helping voters register

This is Arizona's first augmented reality mural. Meaning, with the help of your phone it can become a 3D animation of wings flying. → Read More

How workers beat the heat while working on the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway

More than 1,500 workers are assigned to the project and, in the past year, there has been no reported heat-related illnesses. → Read More

Say hello to the newest Phoenix Zoo addition, this adorable giraffe

The baby Masai giraffe is currently off-exhibit bonding with her mother until she is ready to meet other animals and zoo-goers. → Read More

Soar through Arizona skies on zip line at Out of Africa safari park

Adventurists can travel five lines that soar above the animal habitats at speeds up to 30 miles per hour! → Read More

Amazon Prime Day: Save on Echo Show, Kindle Paperwhite and more

You could save on Kindle Unlimited or Audible subscriptions, as well as on a number of Amazon devices. → Read More

Flagstaff dad's compliment to makeup artist son goes viral after it's caught on camera

Andrew Edgerton shared the sweet moment between him and his dad on Twitter and it's warming the internet's heart. → Read More

Gender pay gap at home: Boys are paid more than girls for chores, company says

After reviewing the data of its 10,000 customers, the people behind BusyKid, an app that tracks your child's chores and submits a direct deposit into their own bank account, found parents tend to pay boys more than girls. → Read More

Family-friendly fun in Peoria for Fourth of July

Organizers say there will be hot dog eating contests, slushy-chugging contests, inflatable water slides, games and activities for families at the 36th annual All-American Festival. → Read More

U of A student recovering after being diagnosed with rare disorder

University of Arizona student Kara Dunn, 20, suffers from Guillan-Barre Syndrome, a rare disorder that battles the nervous system. → Read More

MCSO prepares for Monsoon 2018 with water rescue simulations

The training drills get rescuers ready for the start of monsoon, because when rushing floods take over parts of the Valley it's up to these rescuers to be prepared. And since no two rescues are ever the same, they have to prepare for anything and everything. → Read More

Phoenix photographer Scotty Kirby national recognized for drag queen portraits

Kirby began shooting queens five years ago. Today he is known for his snap shot skills thanks, in part, to the contestants on Ru Paul's Drag Race. → Read More

Gilbert dance trio set to represent Arizona on 'World of Dance'

Aspyn Morell, Alyssa Suarez and Tayla Rodriguez, aka the Elektro Elites, say dancing on the show was a "dream come true." → Read More

Arizona woman in Spain left paralyzed by rare disorder

Kara Dunn's family said she was in Spain on vacation, felt ill, went to sleep and woke up paralyzed. Her family asking for help to get her back home. → Read More

Special Valley food program helps school kids in need during the summer

The Civitan Foundation's Summer Food Service Program is a federally funded program that provides nutritious meals to kids 18 and under when school is out of session. → Read More

'It’s getting worse': Data shows suicides have increased 25 percent across the US

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States and, according to the Centers for Disease Control, the mental health condition has increased across the country. → Read More

Chandler gym is hoping to encourage people to 'be better together'

Fit Society has a variety of exercises for moms and dads as well as a daycare area where parents can leave the little ones during the one hour classes. → Read More