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The age of technology can be a scary one. While it seems, on the surface, being able to share, store and access your personal information, financial records, videos, and photos from nearly any internet-capable device is a huge convenience for people, it also comes at a price.
(NBC): With Congress in a standoff and millions of Americans at risk, the final hours tick away Monday toward midnight in Washington — the first shutdown of the federal government in 17 years.
1. A KEY OBAMACARE PROVISION IS DELAYED
Q: What is better for a computer, leaving it on all the time or shutting it down every night? — Justin
Q: What can I do to get better battery life from my smartphone? It doesn’t even get me through the afternoon on most days. — Ed
Marana business owner Erik Johnson gave his staff a choice this Christmas to either have a holiday party or paid hours to help sort used eyeglasses at the Arizona Lions Eyeglass Recycling Terminal (ALERT).
This week, we’ll see and read a lot about 9/11. No one was left untouched when the terrorists attacked the United States that day.
My historical record confirms that I’m less than handy with most home-related repairs and potentially dangerous when it comes to installing or fixing anything related to landscape drip systems. Despite that, it’s that dry time of year when the plants in our yard require an additional amount of water delivered in an automatically time-controlled manner.
I recently overheard a conversation about aging, and one of the guys said, "I think it's great the way things have evolved; 50 is now the new 70, you know."
Reporter Patrick McNamara spent a night with the Tucson Police Department. Excerpts of what he saw are interspersed throughout this story. – Ed.
Fifth-grader Kayley Mohr was facing every television newscasters worst nightmare — the camera was set on close-up, it was a live broadcast, the whole school was watching and then suddenly the teleprompter went blank.
A probe into business practices at Dex Media Inc. is finding evidence that some of the same corruption a federal agency alleged 10 years ago may continue to plague the Yellow Pages
At the heart of any battle over development in a pristine wilderness is the desire of some citizens to preserve nature and the right of a landowner to build. And in the case of the fight shaping up over the Saguaro Ranch development in the Tortolita foothills, the sheer magnitude of what's at stake is taking the debate to a new level.
The odds were stacked against Westyn Lee Tanawa Hamilton when he squared off against five bouncers behind the New West/Gotham nightclub in the cold, early morning hours of Jan. 2, 2000.
Shortly after Westyn Hamilton got into a fight in the early morning hours of Jan. 2, 2000, bouncers carried him outside of the New West/Gotham nightclub, and the heavy metal doors leading to the alley behind the bar slammed shut behind them.