Northeast Valley News

Anchored to Journalism: Jude LaCava reflects on career

Jeremy Beren, Editor-in-Chief, Scottsdale Chronicle

April 24, 2016

He has been called Jud, June, Jed, Judy, even some names that cannot be repeated over the air or in a newspaper. No matter how he’s referenced, Fox 10 broadcaster Jude LaCava has spent three decades building a reputation as one...

World War II veteran opens up about life during wartime

Kara Talayman and Brian Schwartz

October 24, 2015

In May 1945 the United States and Allied troops celebrated their victory over the Axis Powers. Seventy years later, the celebrations continue. Even though it was a long time ago, there are WWII veterans who hold vivid memorie...

The fight for the Salt River horses

Emily Birkle, Design Editor

September 20, 2015

  On June 30, 2011, photographer Becky Standridge photographed a Salt River wild stallion saving a life. While crossing the river one of the herd’s fillies was swept into the churning current. Young and feeble,...

Some Mexican citizens stand up for murdered students

Samantha Hernandez

January 5, 2015

How can 43 people just disappear? It turns out in Mexico it can happen quite easily. According to Mexico’s National Statistics Institute, approximately 123,470 people were kidnapped in the country in 2013. With 93.8 percent of crimes not invest...

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