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Automakers continue to race toward a self-driving future, adding a multitude of high-tech safety systems aimed at preventing crashes. These advanced driver assistance systems (also known as AD…

I’ve been talking to a number of job seekers lately about illegal interview questions. They keep coming up, and I keep asking myself why that is. When you’re a job seeker, you may not realize …

The holiday season is here and most of us are either decorating for the celebration or still working our energies up to make it out to the garage to drag out the memories of yore. 

There are many things that qualify as a white Christmas, typically sub-zero temperatures and lots of snow. Now, those characteristics may not apply to central and southern Arizona in December,…

I had barely finished putting away the spiders, cobwebs and Halloween pumpkins when my daughter enthusiastically asked if we could start listening to Christmas music. No, I emphatically said, …

Justine Dachel is a second-generation Arcadia native who grew up in the kitchen. Coming from a big family who loved to cook, her passion for food was ignited early on by her mother and grandmother.  

During World War II the most famous prisoner-of-war camp in America operated less than a half-mile south of Arcadia. Camp Papago Park property began a block south of Thomas Road and extended s…

Most people don’t find themselves in a swimming pool at 5 o’clock in the morning, but for Alexa Teneyck and  Isabella Fratesi, it’s part of their everyday routine.