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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The federal government is giving more than $1.7 million to five health centers and treatment providers in New Mexico to improve and expand substance-abuse services, particularly the treatment of opioid abuse. Sens....

By admin on Mar 16th, 2016

The Heard Museum announced that it will host its annual katsina doll marketplace on April 9 in the museum’s Steele Auditorium. The event is in its 14th year and is widely considered the largest gathering of Hopi katsina carvers to display...

By admin on Mar 14th, 2016

PHOENIX (AP) — February 2016 was one of the warmest ever for Phoenix. National Weather Service meteorologists say six high-temperature records were shattered in Phoenix, including the record for most days at 80 degrees or above in the month. That streak reached 20 days on Monday’s high temperature. February 2016 now ranks as one of the top three...

The most concerning risk factor: many Native youth have no insight in the dangers of drug use. 76.6% of Phoenix Native youth reported they saw little danger in abusing substances like prescription drugs. (Photo: Charles Williams, Flickr) The...

By admin on Feb 29th, 2016

The last place you’d think bounty hunters would go looking for a fugitive is a police chief’s house. And yet, it happened to Phoenix’s top cop on Tuesday night. Chief Joe Yahner was at home when at least one man began pounding...

By admin on Aug 9th, 2015