Storytelling drives new ABC15 anchor Javier Soto.
Billy Graham was 92 years old with Parkinson’s disease when this actual event happened. In January 2000, leaders in Charlotte, North Carolina, invited their favorite son, Graham, to a luncheon in his honor. He hesitated to accept the invitation because he struggled with Parkinson’s disease. …
Race Across America (RAAM), the annual transcontinental bicycle race that runs from the West Coast to the East Coast of the United States is kicking off Saturday, June 18, and Crystal Waltman is on a mission to change lives along with her crew, Team One Mile.
Have you ever considered that crises in our lives often could be caused by being in the wrong job or career, the wrong place mentally, or the wrong group of people? Sometimes, God is saying amid the crisis, “Hey, I love you, but now it’s time to get you to the right spot, and that spot is no…
Brittney Staton of Glendale was named to the Eastern New Mexico University dean’s list in Portales, New Mexico, for the spring 2022 semester. To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours with a GPA of 3.25 or greater.
Gila River Arena collaborated with the nonprofit KultureCity to make all of the venue’s events sensory inclusive for fans through the opening of a new sensory room.
A local priest made international headlines after the Catholic church stated that the baptisms he performed are invalid because he said one word incorrectly.
As part of Tanger Outlets Phoenix’s sustainability focus, the Glendale shopping center has collaborated with Alvéole, a social beekeeping company, to install the city’s honeybee hive.
What you could do if you didn’t know you couldn’t — I love that concept! Zig Ziglar uses that concept in one of the chapters in his book “Life Lifters.”
I think most of us would agree that it seems like the world is spinning out of control. Worldwide, crazy things are occurring more frequently and with increasing potency.
Glendale Girl Scout Kaitlyn Van Der Werf has been named the top cookie seller this season by Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council as the 14-year-old of Troop 2232 sold 7,788 boxes of cookies in the 2022 season to claim the crown.
Having a baby changes everything. And while most moms and dads report that parenthood is the most gratifying job in the world, it’s also the most challenging.
Bellevue Heights Church will ordain Randy Shumate into pastoral ministry during the regular Saturday evening worship at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 30, in the campus’ Franklin Hall.
Well, Easter was last Sunday. While resurrection is still on our minds, let’s glean some transformational lessons about another “raised from the dead incident” that preceded, foretold and contributed to the Easter resurrection. The event occurred shortly before the resurrection of Christ.
International Artist Tere Derbez B. will visit Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23, to showcase her renowned gallery of work.
Candle Chemistry, which recently expanded to Peoria, is the first place in Arizona where guests can come in and make a custom soy candle or body product with a scent they create themselves.
Forrest Anderson Plumbing and Air Conditioning Inc. will be honored by Arizona State University’s Alumni Association during a special award reception on April 28.
Desmond Sager was named to the dean’s honor list at Huntington University Arizona Center for Digital Media Arts in Peoria. He is a junior from Goodyear who is studying film production.
Manuel Padia, Glendale Youth & Teen Division recreation coordinator, was selected to serve as one of 16 Afterschool Ambassadors with the Afterschool Alliance.
Sometimes the problem is not the problem. Consider this case: Diner: “I can’t eat this soup.” Waiter: “Sorry, sir, I’ll call the manager.” Diner: “Mr. Manager, I can’t eat this soup.” Manager: “I’ll call the chef.” Diner: “Mr. Chef, I can’t eat this soup.” Chef: “What’s wrong with it?” Diner…
The Arizona Winds Concert Band continues its 2021-22 performance season at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 10, at the Vista Center for the Performing Arts in Surprise.
Last week, we started a two-part series on the difference between a transaction and a transformation. Author Laurie Beth, in her book “Teach Your Team to Fish,” says the following about this subject.
One of my favorite authors is Laurie Beth Jones. In her book titled “Teach Your Team to Fish,” she talks about the difference between a transaction and a transformation.
Let’s start with some questions about individual and national crises. First, I’ll start with the subject of an individual crisis. Have you ever lost your direction, feeling like you are in the wilderness? Amid your crisis, could you have used some guidance? Or have you ever felt miserable, c…
After two years of upheaval, we have gained a few pieces of wisdom — we are loving the outdoors, cherishing time with each other, and wanting to feel confident taking care of ourselves.
Jacob Sajan is moving forward to the state spelling bee competition Saturday, March 19, after winning both the Deer Valley Unified School District’s bee and the regional bee earlier this year.
- Glendale enters Stage 1 Drought Watch
- Stars come out for Section 7 basketball tourney
- Student Chronicles
- Scottsdale’s Javier Soto debuts at ABC15
- FirstBank supports WNBA star’s shoe drive
- Bricks & Minifigs building relationships
- Café lighting to have official first light-up
- Ex-school official sentenced for conflict-of-interest votes