(Latino Leaders Magazine) Miriam Trejo learned she had Stage III breast cancer 20 days before her 30th birthday. Trejo is part of a growing minority population facing higher cancer prevalence: Hispanics.
(The Officer Magazine) TRICARE and the VA ramp up to work with the nation’s fastest growing population within the armed forces: female servicemembers.
(PHOENIX Magazine) Jim Rattay gave up the glitz and glory of high school football fame to help an under-served school. The result? A football intervention.
(PHOENIX Magazine) A West Valley lawmaker wants to outflank Arizona’s budget cuts to support poor families and fellow veterans. Can he win?
(MilitaryTimes.com) At 220 pounds and struggling with a drinking problem, military spouse Adriane Stone never dreamed she’d be competing in the U.S. Olympic trials. But here she is today — eighth in the nation for high jump.
(The Daily Courier) Even though Arizona is 50th in the nation for spending on education, The Daily Courier learned the Department of Education does not tell local school districts where their money comes from.
(eFiction Magazine) A married couple of five years struggles with each person’s hopes and dreams against the harsh realities of life’s responsibilities via a long distance phone call.
(The Arizona Republic) If Macayo Restaurants owner and CEO Sharisse Johnson had to pick her favorite Mexican food, it would be salsa. “It’s so diverse,” Johnson says. Salsa could be a metaphor for how Johnson’s life turned out.