Highway Fatalities Increase After Years of Decline

  Despite safer cars, highway fatalities are on the rise. Blame smartphone apps. Over the past 40 years, national highway fatalities have been in a steady decline. Today's cars are safer than ever, driver’s education is widespread, and millions of dollars are invested in safe-driving public service announcements like AT&T’s “It…

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Fatal Motorcycle Crash in Construction Zone

A motorcycle crash has claimed the life of another Tucson rider this past weekend. The crash occurred early Sunday morning on the south side of Tucson, near I-19. The motorcyclist died in a single motorcycle crash in a construction zone at West Ajo Way and South Kostka Avenue. The Arizona Department…

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I-10 Bus Accident Kills Thirteen

A deadly I-10 bus accident near Palm Springs claimed the lives of thirteen people and injured thirty-one others last month. A tour bus returning from a casino slammed into a semi-truck that was at a near standstill due to traffic on the highway. The bus accident on I-10 is one…

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The Dangers of Opioid Addiction

There's a huge problem in our country with opioid addiction from prescription opiate medicines - essentially morphine. As these former high-ranking DEA officials discuss in this article, pharmaceutical companies that make and market oxycodone are making multiple millions of dollars from selling opiates (heroin is also an opiate). These medications…

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A Deadly Week on the Arizona Highways

It was a rough week on the Arizona highways. Tucson saw a multi-vehicle accident on I-10 this week that ended three lives, including a 12-year-old girl. The accident occurred Tuesday morning on westbound I-10 near Prince and Ruthrauff roads. The tragedy closed parts of I-10 for hours as first responders…

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UPDATE: Samsung Recall of the Galaxy Note 7

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 saga continues with Samsung announcing a complete halt in production of the Galaxy Note 7 phones. Recently, Samsung voluntarily announced a recall of 2.5 million Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones for defective "battery issues." A handful of phones had reportedly caught fire and Samsung offered…

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