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Food

For some craft beer drinkers, less can mean more

For years, the market was inundated with heavy IPAs. Now drinkers are starting to push back. Bruce Milton Miller/Fairfax Media via Getty Images   Colleen C. Myles, Texas State University My prepandemic summers were always packed with travel – trips to Europe for work and play, and, most recently, a road trip across the American

Retirement

Cities Where Retirees are Moving – An AdvisorSmith Study

When many Americans reach retirement age, they often consider retiring from work and moving to a new city. Although many Americans move to new cities for a variety of reasons, retirees, in particular, may choose to downsize or seek sunshine or other amenities when they no longer need to be close to an employer or

Crime

Arizona’s 10 Safest Cities of 2021

1. Florence 2. Oro Valley 3. Gilbert 4. San Luis 5. Sahuarita 6. Surprise 7. Somerton 8. Lake Havasu City 9. Maricopa 10. Prescott Valley See if your city made the full list. Nearly 50% of Arizona residents are highly concerned about their safety on a daily basis, and over half (54%) think The Grand

COVID-19

WHO report: COVID likely 1st jumped into humans from animals

A joint World Health Organization-China study on the origins of COVID-19 says that transmission of the virus from bats to humans through another animal is the most likely scenario and that a lab leak is “extremely unlikely,” according to a draft copy obtained by The Associated Press. The findings offer little new insight into how

State

Yavapai County Residents Among Most Generous Givers in Arizona – Study

The holiday season is synonymous with spending money – but it’s more than just buying gifts. On Giving Tuesday alone, which lands on December 1 this year, hundreds of millions of dollars will be raised for charitable causes. However, this is just a fraction of what Americans donate throughout the year. In a recent study,

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