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17-state salmonella outbreak linked to cucumbers
An outbreak of salmonella illnesses in 18 states has been traced to cucumbers from two suppliers in Mexico, federal health authorities say. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that there are 73 confirmed illnesses linked to eating
Salmonella outbreak tied to ground beef sickens at least 16
An outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium that has sickened at least 16 people in five states has been linked to ground beef sold by two retail stores in Michigan, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Monday.
Arizona family killed in crash of ‘build-it-yourself’ airplane
A private airplane carrying a vacationing Arizona family crashed in Southern California Saturday morning, killing all three people aboard.
Toppled TV kills Arizona boy
PHOENIX, AZ – Police officials say that a 5-year old boy died in Phoenix Monday after a television set apparently fell on top of him.
Lawsuit filed against drug maker for violating consumer protection laws
Arizona has filed a lawsuit against McKesson Corp, the nation’s largest drug wholesaler, claiming the company violated state consumer protection laws by artificially inflating the prices of more than 400 brand-name prescription drugs, including Allegra, Celebrex, Coumadin, Flonase, Lipitor and
Small plane crash kills Arizona business leader and son
An Arizona biotechnology entrepreneur and his 12-year-old son died Saturday when their airplane crashed during an attempted landing at a southern Colorado airport.
Campaign aims to prevent child heatstroke injury, death in hot car
A partnership between the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Safe Kids Worldwide aims to raise awareness of child deaths from heatstroke in vehicles. The program will include a number of public events in various cities throughout the country
Vet brings awareness to whistleblower laws with cross-country walk
A Gulf War veteran who wants to raise awareness about corruption and fraud, which he says he personally witnessed while working for the Northern Arizona VA health care system, has taken his message to the streets in a cross-country walk-a-thon.