Forest Service law enforcement seeking Fisher Fire person of interest
Flagstaff, Ariz. - Law enforcement with the Coconino National Forest are seeking a person of interest regarding the human-caused Fisher Fire which began on April 13 about four miles southeast of Flagstaff near Fisher Point and grew to approximately 35 acres.
The person is described as a white male who frequents the area wearing a brown coat and black T-shirt with a black hat. This person may have a backpack and use a walking stick.
Anyone with information regarding this individual or has seen someone matching this description in that area please contact law enforcement at 928-527-3552.
Sheriff Arpaio Continues Posse School Safety Training
Seeks 1000 More Volunteers to Patrol Schools
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Training Center will serve as the next location for qualified members of the Sheriff’s Posse and instructors from the Sheriff’s SWAT division to continue exercises designed to deal with potential school shooting scenarios, Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced today. The session, to include instructor, law enforcement officer and posse member Steven Seagal, will be held on the training grounds at 2627 S. 35th Ave., Phoenix, this Saturday, April 27th, starting at 9 a.m. A media session is planned for 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Mesa Cemetery Tour
It is an opportunity to learn the story behind a landmark Supreme Court decision, visit the grave of a country music superstar and find out why Royal Air Force (RAF) cadets are buried there. The inaugural Mesa Cemetery Tour is taking place Saturday, April 27, at the cemetery, 1212 N. Center St. For more information about the tour, visit www.mesamuseum.org. For more information about the Mesa Cemetery, visit www.mesacemetery.com.
Inside Edition With Deborah Norville
"Inside Edition" can be seen weekdays at 4 p.m. on 3TV.
School Workout Program
Teachers, parents, coaches and all school wellness champions are encouraged to apply. Head to www.ActiveSchoolsASAP.org to learn more and get started. Active Schools Acceleration Project is an initiative of ChildObesity180, an organization that uses evidence-based research, multi-sector leadership and an integrated portfolio of initiatives that together accelerate systemic change to reverse the childhood obesity epidemic. Learn more at www.ChildObesity180.org.
The Melt Method
Yoga Village, www.meltmethod.com/location/yoga-village
8241 E. Evans
Web Site: http://yogavillage.net
Event Type: Intro Workshop and Book Signing
Date: Thursday, April 25
Time: 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
Register in advance to save $10.
Bring the MELT Method book (or a receipt for the book) and get a gift worth $25.
David Foreman, RPh, retired pharmacist (known as the "Herbal Pharmacist")
Foods he recommended on the morning show: Beans, seeds, oil, nuts
Four surprising nutrients that are known for quickly tipping the scale in the right direction:
Beans: Ironic that this is the staple food supplied to those starving in the world, but actually a certain extract from white kidney beans can actually paralyze enzymes that digest starch so the carbs you ingest cannot be broken down into sugar. Foreman says to beware of imposter white kidney bean supplements that have not been studied and to read nutrition labels carefully. The first and only white kidney bean extract ingredient clinically shown to reduce starch digestion and promote weight loss goes by the name Phase 2. One capsule before a meal can block up to 65 percent of unwanted carbs without causing gastric distress according to a study published in Nutrition Business Journal.
Seeds: A lot can be learned from the Aztecs who used chia seeds as their secret ingredient for endurance. But besides giving strength (which is what chia means), modern-day research shows that chia seeds are a more nutritious option to processed grains like white bread. They are a unique combination of complex carbohydrates, protein and good fat (omega-3) in the correct ratio. The antioxidant activity of chia seeds is also higher than any other whole food (even blueberries).
Oil: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition points to omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil as helping the body use fat as fuel instead of storing it. Research also shows that fish oil may also stop certain kinds of fat cravings.
Nuts: Eating a handful of almonds everyday could help you zap fat according to research published in the International Journal of Obesity. Study participants who ate almonds daily for six months lost 18 percent of their body fat. Studies also show that almonds can lower the "bad" cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart attack by 50 percent, if consumed at least five times a week.
For more of David Foreman's natural health tips visit: www.herbalpharmacist.com
"Hiring Our Heroes" Veteran Job Fair
April, 25th, 9am - 1pm
University of Phoenix
1625 W. Fountainhead Hwy. Tempe, AZ
For more information go to the website at www.hiringourheroes.org