The scariest part of Elizabeth Murphy’s story is not that she suffered traumatic injuries. The scariest part is that it could have happened to any of us.
A Valley healthcare provider is a leading force in breast cancer research and early detection technology.
God had a bigger plan for Peoria mom Maria Valdez. She’s sure of it. She’s sure that’s why four years after her skull was crushed in a horrendous freeway crash, she’s surviving and thriving as a staff member for the Grand Canyon Chapter of the American Red Cross – where her work is helping others.
In 2008, Ryan Keller and Travis Lansford started Dance Doctors, a dance studio that offers dance lessons while giving clients a great workout. “We wanted to make dancing available for pretty much anyone who needed it,” says Keller, who has been dancing professionally for eight years. “We offer group classes, and the lowest [price] range for private lessons in the Valley.” There...