Food and oxygen are the basic fuels that we need for the cells of our body to do their jobs. People with COPD have to expend more energy breathing. Because their exhales are not always efficient, they tend to develop high levels of carbon dioxide.
As winter rolls in, Mingus Union High School’s girls’ varsity basketball team has been practicing hard, giving themselves an undefeated start to the season of 6-0.
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The Cottonwood City Council decided to interview three of the seven applicants who have applied for the vacant seat on its board.
- YCSO seeking witnesses to Rimrock incident
- Cornville Road roundabout, Verde Village broadband, local flooding mitigation on supervisors’ agenda
- What’s next for Camp Verde’s town manager position? Council to discuss Wednesday
- Tuzigoot kayak parking lot getting facelift
- Camp Verde red-tag can keep residents out of their own home
A critically endangered Sumatran rhino was born in Indonesia's western island of Sumatra on Saturday, the second Sumatran rhino born in the country this year and a welcome addition to a species that currently numbers fewer than 50 animals.
It was an unorthodox commute to work Sunday for Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker Jesse Luketa, one that he will remember forever.
Artificial intelligence employed by the U.S. military has piloted pint-sized surveillance drones in special operations forces' missions and helped Ukraine in its war against Russia. It tracks soldiers' fitness, predicts when Air Force planes need maintenance and helps keep tabs on rivals in space.
- NFL RedZone Channel broadcast interrupted due to fire alarm
- Hard-to-eradicate 'super pigs' in Canada threatening to invade U.S.
- The journey of Minnesota's Rutt the moose is tracked by a herd of fans
- Horse on a plane forces return to New York
- New island emerges after undersea volcano erupts off Japan but may not last long
- NASA spacecraft discovers tiny moon around asteroid during close flyby
- Arizona woman dies in encounter with elk
- Not so fast! Wrong distance means no world record in women's walk race at Pan Am Games
- Last operating US prison ship set to close
- Man trapped in jewelry vault overnight is freed when timer opens the chamber as scheduled
A U.S. citizen has been charged in Arizona over online comments that allegedly incited what police describe as a "religiously motivated terrorist attack" in Australia a year ago in which six people died, officials said Wednesday.
Gov. Katie Hobbs has found at least one issue in which she disagrees with the last Democrat who was governor of Arizona.
The state grand jury has indicted two of the three Cochise County supervisors on charges of conspiracy relating to the 2022 general election.
- Tensions are bubbling up at thirsty Arizona alfalfa farms as foreign firms exploit unregulated water
- Motive behind tighter voter-registration rules can be questioned in court
- AG goes after insulin makers for excessive cost
- Tribal police officer arrested in connection to a hit-and-run accident
- AZ tests ground for legalizing medicinal mushrooms
- US closes border crossing to vehicles and limits traffic at another in response to illegal entries
- Restoration: Tattoos removed from sex trafficking survivors
- Mohave County again rejects push for hand count
- Arizona Republican lawmakers announce plan to raise teacher pay
- Restaurateurs boiling over chicken-saving egg rules
The Humane Society of Sedona's Annual Holiday Open House will be Saturday, Dec. 9, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
On Saturday, Dec. 9, at 11 a.m. the public is invited to attend a fun all-ages class with animator and cartoonist Kevin Coulston in the Si Birch Community Room at the Sedona Public Library. Drawing materials will be provided!
Superlatives abound when trying to describe guitar master John Jorgenson. John and his world-famous quintet will appear at the Old Town Center for the Arts on Saturday, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m.
The Celtics star wished his premature exit from Friday’s game had come with a bit more flair.
Robert Herjavec oddly found himself in the middle of the biggest sports story Friday.
- Shohei Ohtani’s Free Agency Descends Into Delightful Display of Chaos
- Malik Nabers Vents After Marvin Harrison Jr. Wins Biletnikoff Award By One Vote
- Why Tyrese Haliburton’s Rise to Stardom Reminds Steve Kerr of Young Steph Curry
- NFL Insider Would Be ‘Shocked’ If Steelers’ Mike Tomlin Is on Hot Seat
- Drake Wearing Shohei Ohtani Jersey in Photo Prompts Fans To Bring Up Rapper’s Curse
- Urban Meyer Befuddled by Ohio State's Kyle McCord Entering Transfer Portal
- Red Sox Acquire Tyler O'Neill From Cardinals In Three-Player Trade
- Conflicting Shohei Ohtani Toronto Flight Reports Send MLB Fans Into Frenzy
- NFL Fans Revel at Bailey Zappe’s Awkward Dap With Bill Belichick After Patriots’ Win
- Pete Carroll Unsure if Geno Smith Will Play in Seahawks-49ers Rivalry Clash
Christmas today is a big business, and one part of that is the multibillion-dollar business of selling Christmas trees. The U.S. Christmas tree industry is so large, it even has two dueling trade groups: one that supports natural trees and the other, artificial.
She was the best horse I never rode. A palomino pony with a thick white mane who could run like the wind, get into all kinds of mischief, sometimes act naughty, yet still be a safe and sound ride for kids.
- Guest Commentary: Israel’s ethnic Jewish mosaic key to understanding the country
- Pass It On: Graham Nash still leading children into better future
- Around the Bluhmin’ Town: Time to decorate! …without all the stress
- Letter to the Editor: Keep flags flying
- Letter to the Editor: Legal responsibility to examine books
Mary Wilma “Billy” Parman, 90, of Cottonwood, Arizona, peacefully passed away at home on Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 23, 2023. She was born in New Haven, Kentucky, on Aug. 22, 1933, to the late Orville and Catherine Vittitow.
Cindy Meier-Bartels, 63, died unexpectedly on Nov. 11, 2023, at Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Center in Prescott Valley, Arizona.