Students of Sunnyside High School's Biosciences JTED program have recently began extracting DNA from corn from Native Seed/Search to look for genetically modified materials as part of the program. Video produced by Angela Pittenger, Arizona Daily Star.
"Season of Light" and "Laser Holidays" begin Nov. 27.
Lots to do at the Family Festival in the Park Saturday.
Grief is hard for all of us to process, but there are ways to help kids get through it.
Needy families can apply for help with toys for Christmas.
What’s sweeter than a bucket of candy?
Grievesly RavenHearse tells us about a haunted painting hanging in the Victorian parlor of the RavenHearse Family Haunt. Video by Angela Pittenger/Arizona Daily Star
Costumes are created by volunteer seamsters and families at free workshops.
RavenHearse Family Haunts are a new attraction at Trail Dust Town. Tours range from kiddie to super scary and are tailored to the needs of each group, including those with special needs. The attraction is open seven days a week, year-round. Video by Angela Pittenger, Arizona Daily Star
Festival offers families chance to learn about making healthy choices.
Closets, thrift stores are good sources for materials.
Free festival to include games, food and prizes.
Food, dancing, lectures and games for kids on the agenda for four day festival.
For moms who want a way to get their yoga in while spending time with the baby, Bookmans Sports Exchange, 3330 E. Speedway, is offering free Mommy and Me Yoga classes.
Donate your books to the Bookbike program, which gets free books into underserved communities.
Free classes will be held during September and October.
Kids will learn about music, dance, and confidence, then perform alongside The Young Americans.
Paying attention to behavior changes is the number one way to find out if there's a problem.
Simple tweaks to popular lunch items make healthy alternatives.
Here are three events to take the family to this weekend.