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Activists rally outside Scottsdale aquarium after federal report on dolphin death

The group Dolphin Free AZ held a memorial Saturday for "Bodie" the dolphin after a federal report revealed a cause of death different than initially reported by Dolphinaris. The bottlenose dolphin died September 23. At the time Dolphinaris said Bodie died from a "rare muscle disease." But records

AZFAMILY - 2017-11-19 06:34:00

Cavalia, the equestrian circus spectacle, is bringing 'Odysseo' back to Scottsdale

Cavalia's "Odysseo" opened Saturday in Camarillo under the big top at the base of the Conejo Grade. The Star's Juan Carlo was there, and here's what he saw. JUAN CARLO/THE STAR Cavalia, the Cirque du Soleil-style equestrian extravaganza, will return to Scottsdale Feb. 21 for an open-ended run starr

AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-18 13:00:04

Art program in Scottsdale helping those living with memory loss

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - There is a a special program in Scottsdale that is designed to help those with dementia enjoy the arts. The Memory Lounge at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts is opening up a whole new world for those with debilitating brain diseases. "We'd like to get them to liv


Tampa Bay quarterback accused of groping a Scottsdale Uber driver in 2016

The NFL is looking into allegations that Jameis Winston, quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, groped a Scottsdale Uber driver back in 2016. Brian McCarthy with the NFL, said once the accusation was shared with them, they reached out to Uber to request any further information on the incident. Ub


NOW HIRING: Eight places looking for workers in the Valley

Are you looking for a new job? There are several places in the Valley now hiring and looking to add quality workers! 1. Greater Phoenix Job Fair in Tempe Looking for a career fair in the East Valley? The Greater Phoenix Job Fair will be taking place on December 4 in Tempe. Several Valley companies w

ABC 15 NEWS - 2017-11-19 15:08:44

Old Time Crime: Young women murdered in Phoenix apartment in 1998

PHOENIX - It was November 27, 1998, when Phoenix police responded to an apartment complex near 55th Avenue and Indian School Road. There, they found the apartment door open, and two young women shot and killed in the doorway. The victims, 18-year-old Rebecca Gonzales and 22-year-old Sophia Abril,

ABC 15 NEWS - 2017-11-19 14:34:50

Two poor fourth-quarter plays epitomize Cardinals' loss to Texans

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AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-20 00:08:45

Lionel Sanders extends Ironman Arizona domination; Kaisa Sali wins women's title

Lionel Sanders extended his domination of Ironman Arizona on Sunday, winning for a third consecutive year in an event that never had a repeat men's champion until last year. The 29-year-old Canadian again covered the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run in less than eight hours (7:54:10) b

AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-20 02:01:58

Sylacauga High's Kari Layton named area Educator of the Year by panel on employment for people with disabilities

Debra Atkinson (left), job coach for special education at Sylacauga High School, joins SHS special education teacher Kari Layton, who has been honored as the Educator of the Year by the Talladega Area Alabama Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.Submitted photo SYLACAUGA --


St. Vincent's, BOCAR, Airbus in today's business news

St. Vincent's Health System celebrated the grand opening of its new urgent care location in Homewood on Friday. The clinic at 1944 28th Ave. S. provides walk-in care for minor injuries and illnesses seven days a week, according to the health system. The location treats a wide range of conditions, in


Research suggests the bears are coming

The number of black bears wandering the forests of Northeast Alabama may have doubled over four years, and is set to keep growing, according to researchers at Auburn University. The researchers, ina study published Nov. 8 in the scientific journal PLOS One, examined the genetic health of two Alabama

ANNISTON STAR - 2017-11-18 22:28:00

86 Alabama Baptist pastors sign letter against sex abuse

More than 85 pastors at Southern Baptist-affiliated churches in Alabama have signed a letter this week saying they denounce sexual abuse against women, although the letter does not mention U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. As of today there were at least 86 signees including the current president of

AL.COM - 2017-11-18 18:21:33

Long list of Alabama pastors sign letter saying Senate candidate Roy Moore 'not fit for office'

Updated: 7:09 PM CST Nov 17, 2017 A list of pastors who believe Roy Moore is not fit to serve in the U.S. Senate continues to grow tonight. The letter begins with the following: "Under ordinary circumstances, we clergy refrain from speaking directly about political candidates, and only speak to i


Watson announces write-in run for Alabama Senate Special Election

Auburn, AL -- Over 3 million people are registered to vote in Alabama yet under 400,000 people voted for Democratic and Republican front-runners for the open Senate seat. Over 2.9 million registered voters did not cast a vote for either Democrat or Republican parties, which will face each other to r


Lambert named PCHS Teacher of the Year

Every school in the Pell City School system selects a teacher who exemplifies the best in education. Those chosen from each school are then voted on a system-wide level, one for elementary and one for secondary education, before going to represent the Pell City School System in the statewide Alabama


Northside Medical Home opens facility

Northside Medical Home opens their new facility in Pell City on Nov. 14. Photo by Urainah Glidewell "Nine years ago, we came to Pell City for a half day every other week," Dr. Jason Thompson with Birmingham Heart said. "We are blessed with an incredible and tremendously dedicated staff and are exc


Little Heroes Battling Big Enemies

AMARILLO - High Plains kids showing off their superpowers today at the 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center. Superheroes of all sizes made their way to the 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center to reveal their superhero photo shoot. Jennifer Brown, the Childhood Cancer Sur

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2017-11-20 00:19:52

Chop Chop giving back to Make-A-Wish

A local restaurant is giving back to Make-A-Wish North Texas. Chop Chop is running a friendly competition between their Amarillo, Canyon and Lubbock locations to see which area can raise the most money for Make-A-Wish. During their 'Winter Wishes at Chop Chop' campaign, each restaurant will sell Mak

KFDA - 2017-11-20 03:48:30

Canyon Girl Starts Own Business; Uses Profits to Help Kids Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Kambry Ward CANYON, TX - A Canyon girl is donating 30 $20 gift cards to the child victims of Hurricane Harvey. Kambry Ward, 6, said she loves bath bombs. She convinced her parents to help her turn that passion into a side business in the garage. This summer, Kambry heard about the devastation from

MYHIGHPLAINS.COM - 2017-11-20 02:40:02

Canyon Police Issues Scam Alert

Canyon Police just took a call from a citizen in reference to an attempted scam. The citizen received a phone call claiming to be from the Canyon Police Department. The phone number returned to Canyon PD. The caller indicated that she owed $7000 in student loans. They demanded payment. The caller