Thursday, January 20, 2005

Afternoon Headlines Thursday

Guard stabbed by inmate at Winslow prison PHOENIX - A corrections officer was stabbed by an inmate during a confrontation at the state prison in Winslow, a Department of Corrections spokeswoman said. McCain urges Bush to make immigration reform a priority Arizona Sen. John McCain stressed immigration reform as a top priority for the start of President George W. Bush's second term and encouraged the Republican White House to focus on the issue. ASU hopes to fill up downtown in fall '06 Fall 2006. The air is hot with the end of summer, and the streets of downtown Phoenix are clogged with ASU students. La Posada to become Montelucia in near-total rebuild The California developer who bought the La Posada Resort in Paradise Valley is upping his redevelopment ante to $185 million, more than double his original estimate after buying the property last year for nearly $31 million. America West to retire last Boeing 737-200 If an airline puts a veteran airplane out to pasture, does the gold watch go on the wing or the fuselage? Sedona resort, festival form partnership Sedona Jazz on the Rocks has inked a three-year contract to stage its annual jazzfest at the Radisson Poco Diablo Resort in Sedona. Scottsdale nonprofit gets HIV grant The International Foundation for Education and Self-Help (IFESH) Thursday announced a grant from the Centers for Disease Control to help prevent the transmission of mother-to-child HIV/AIDS in Nigeria.

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