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A Monday morning fire has forced 12 people from their apartment complex. The fire started in one apartment near 38th Street and Thomas just after 6 a.m. It destroyed the kitchen and attic of one unit, and seven other units suffered serious smoke and
Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center doctors put a new heart in Bennet Nordstrom's chest...In the past four months, he had three open-heart surgeries and lived with the help of a defibrillator and a mechanical heart. Only weeks after the surgery, he'
The Arizona Republic After more than a year of negotiations, Catholic Healthcare West and Phoenix Children's Hospital on Tuesday announced a signed agreement that will combine most of the hospitals' pediatric services that are in Maricopa County.
The Arizona Republic Although Avondale can tout some successes in its 2010 Annual Report, Mayor Marie Lopez Rogers said the biggest success was that the city held the line on sales taxes and fees. "I think the Number 1 success is that we did not have
You and your team will be dancing all day for the kids at Phoenix Children's while being entertained by great music and special guests...Cheer from the audience for your favorite team and enjoy the day's great entertainment.
Santa Barbara area will benefit the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals' programs at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital...District of Columbia, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the U.S...Glendale, Calif.-based International House of Pancakes, LLC and its
The Arizona Republic Despite years of trying, the Southeast Valley has been unable to obtain the kind of top-level trauma center that helped save the lives of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and other victims of the Jan. 8 shooting rampage north of
Several schools reported absence rates of more than 10 percent this week, doctors offices have been packed with miserable kids, and parents are overloading hospital emergency rooms with coughing toddlers and infants struggling to breathe. This week
CBS 5 News Arizona's completely first carbon neutral taxicab service is out with its second charity cab. This one is specially wrapped to benefit Phoenix Children's Hospital. Of every fare from this eco-friendly car, $1 will directly support
The Arizona Republic Entering the new patient tower of Phoenix Children's Hospital, one is greeted by a cacophony of colors. Reds, blues and purples leap out of the walls from colored tiles and undulating lights. The atrium yawns upward for three