ADOT plans to test the Nation’s first wrong-way driving prototype

The Arizona Department of Transportation plans on testing the nation’s first prototype to detect wrong-way driving with the help of the Department of Public Safety to ensure safer driving conditions on Arizona freeways, said an ADOT representative. Steve Elliot, a spokesman with ADOT, said the testing of the wrong-way vehicle prototype is scheduled to begin … More ADOT plans to test the Nation’s first wrong-way driving prototype

Enterprise Story- Fructose Malabsorption

Mary Flemming, 19, was diagnosed with fructose malabsorption in 2013, but struggled with the symptoms for months before she was diagnosed. Flemming said before her diagnosis she had sharp stabbing stomach pains and felt uncomfortable eating out in public because of the pain and bloating consuming food caused her. “It was miserable not knowing what … More Enterprise Story- Fructose Malabsorption

The colorful life of a local Arcadia artist

80-year-old Scottsdale Artists’ School teacher and local Arcadia artist Jane Wingfield has been teaching art through her vibrant personality and love of vivid color. Wingfield has been teaching oil painting and calligraphy at the Scottsdale Artists’ School for 30 years. Her paintings are full of bright and bold colors that some people say reflect her … More The colorful life of a local Arcadia artist

Four female anchors discuss balancing life in the journalism industry

Female journalists find it difficult yet manageable to balance work and family life, said a panel of four news anchors on Monday to a full crowd of journalism students at Arizona State University. “Sacrifices are something that you have to be able to do with your family. It is really hard to find a balance, … More Four female anchors discuss balancing life in the journalism industry

Must-See Monday “Rough and Tumble: Public Relations for Startups with Aly Saxe”

Public relations isn’t just about getting the story out, said public relations professional turned  entrepreneur, Aly Saxe, to a group of public relations students and professionals at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication on Monday. Saxe, the founder of Ubiquity PR and Iris PR Software, presented “Rough and Tumble: Public Relations for … More Must-See Monday “Rough and Tumble: Public Relations for Startups with Aly Saxe”

Girl Scout Gold Award project promotes child safety

A Xavier Preparatory student is increasing awareness about the potential deadly effects of not properly securing furniture. She is spreading the word about toppling furniture through her Girl Scout Gold Award project. “Few people know about the dangers of furniture toppling over,” said high school senior and longtime Girl Scout, Ellie Fessler. According to the … More Girl Scout Gold Award project promotes child safety

Exchange program sends Little Leaguers to Taiwan

Not many 11- and 12-year-olds get the opportunity to travel abroad – let alone play baseball – in a foreign country. The Arcadia Little League All-Stars are breaking the norm and traveling to Taiwan as a part of a cultural exchange program, said Arcadia Little League president David Davis. The trip to Taiwan is the … More Exchange program sends Little Leaguers to Taiwan