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Settlement reached with former ASDB superintendent

The Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind’s governing board has approved a settlement with Superintendent Robert Hill.

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Cinemark agrees to add hearing devices in theaters

Cinema operator Cinemark Holdings Inc. has agreed to offer new assistive devices to hearing-impaired moviegoers, under a settlement of a civil-rights lawsuit field by the state.

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Patrick Finley: Deaf golfer DelVecchio gets Japan tourney invite

Patrick Finley: Deaf golfer DelVecchio gets Japan tourney invite

I wasn't sure what I was looking for as I approached the Silverbell Golf Course driving range. Rich DelVecchio, who is deaf, didn't look any different than the half-dozen golfers practicing Thursday. I didn't see anyone using sign language.

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Deaf golfer DelVecchio gets Japan tourney invite

I wasn’t sure what I was looking for as I approached the Silverbell Golf Course driving range.

April 08, 2012 10:00 pmLoading…
2 opportunities to make Memorial Day musical

2 opportunities to make Memorial Day musical

David Ashcraft

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What to do

What to do

Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors, military and others. Call venue for details.

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What to do

What to do

 

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Microsoft, citing image, quits 'Family Guy' special

NEW YORK — Fans of "Family Guy" are chortling about Microsoft's belated discovery that a "Family Guy" special might not jibe with the software giant's corporate image.

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Pit bull, Siamese cat unlikely best friends

LOS ANGELES — Jordan and Newman teased death in different ways before they were rescued by the same man. The dog persuaded the man to keep her, then the cat persuaded the dog to keep him.

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FOOTBALL TONIGHT

All games start at 7.

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NEXT WEEK

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ASDB faces painful budget cuts

ASDB faces painful budget cuts

Kelly Hartin-Nichols tried unsuccessfully for two years to teach her hearing-impaired daughter her colors.

October 15, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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ASDB faces painful budget cuts

ASDB faces painful budget cuts

 

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ASDB faces painful budget cuts

ASDB faces painful budget cuts

 

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SENTINELS FALL TO ST. DAVID

SENTINELS FALL TO ST. DAVID

St. David's Nathan Mayberry stiff-arms ASDB/St. Augustine's Brandon Davis during the second quarter. Playoff-bound St. David defeated the Sentinels 52-0 at the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind on Saturday.

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SENTINELS FALL TO ST. DAVID

SENTINELS FALL TO ST. DAVID

 

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Star staffers garner top awards in state contest

Arizona Daily Star journalists Dean Knuth and Rob O'Dell won the top awards for daily newspapers in the 2009 Better Newspapers Contest, presented jointly by the Arizona Newspapers Association and the Arizona Associated Press Managing Editors.

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Haunted houses go big-time

Haunted houses go big-time

TOLEDO, Ohio — The towering stone walls of the Gothic prison are scary enough in the daytime.

October 04, 2009 12:00 am Photos

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