There's not a lot of events in Phoenix where residents can say 'I remember where I was when that happened!" There are few though and October 5 is definitely one of them. I'm talking about the most destructive hail storm ever recorded
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PHOENIX (ARIZONA'S WEATHER AUTHORITY) -- If you have missed the rain in Phoenix, you are not alone.
We get a lot of questions here at the Arizona Weather Authority, but the one we hear all the time is about that magical 100-degree number.
People are selling everything from shrimp to steaks. But could the food make you sick? Health officials say yes. “We’ve come across business for example making beef jerky, or other kinds of foods, and they are drying the meat on the chain link fence in their backyard.”
A backyard can be one of the best parts of your home, but if there is no shade that sun can be brutal.
Some people are turning to a new therapy that is hands-off and uses sound as the method of relaxation.
While the radar has been pretty sleepy when it comes to storms, you never know what else it may spot out there as it is scanning the skies.
Pagers, phone books, and landlines. Remember those things? Technology has forced some of these things out of our daily lives.
A recent study showed an increase in people over 50 alleging age discrimination.