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(Family Features) The winter season is typically one of the busiest times of the year for travelers. While millions prepare to hit the road to visit family and see sights they may never have seen before, there’s one essential travel tip that cannot be overlooked: the proper tires.

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(BPT) - Following military service, many veterans feel overwhelmed by the transition to civilian life and the decision about what’s next. While veterans may feel that it’s challenging to identify civilian jobs that match their skills, there are job opportunities across the country and in the…

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(Family Features) When looking at options for pregnancy prevention, your healthcare provider will likely share details about several options, along with information about which options might be appropriate for you. More likely than not, oral contraceptives –  a birth control method that has …

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(Family Features) Even in a world where just about anything is a few clicks away, finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can still be a difficult task. One trick to winning the holidays is bringing back the basics by choosing presents you know your loved ones need and can actually use.

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Nearly a year after allegations of sexual abuse against Paolo Soleri became public, Scottsdale has failed to address what, if any, effect those allegations should have on the way the city has chosen to honor the famed architect’s legacy.

The future of an internationally renowned East Valley racing school with a multi-million-dollar-a-year operation may rest in the hands of a Scottsdale businessman who specializes in saving companies from financial ruin.

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board has chosen not to include newly-elected members in the process to select finalists for the district’s open superintendent position – against the advice of consultants it hired to help with the search.

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. – Scottsdale fire Capt. Al DiBenedetto and his crew – Blake Miller, Rick Stuve and Jarrett Stephens – traveled to California, working night and day to locate hotspots, which are areas of heat that have the potential to start another fire, and islands of unburned fuel…