Four Rio Rico High School students who helped save the life of their wrestling coach were recognized this afternoon by Arizona Schools Chief John Huppenthal.
Tucson police are asking for help in locating a vehicle tied to the killing of a teen Saturday night.
An 18-month-old girl was pronounced dead at a hospital after she was pulled from a swimming pool at an east-side home, authorities said.
Applying CPR as quickly as possible to someone suffering cardiac arrest can mean the difference between life and death, Picture Rocks Fire District Chief Brett Lane said. That’s why the district offers free instructional classes to the community.
A toddler nearly drowned at Golf n’ Stuff late Friday night.
The Parent Connection, 5326 E.Pima Street, is hosting Parent CPR and safety workshops from 2 to 5 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of each month, starting June 26.
Accidental drowning is an acute threat here in Arizona, home of desert heat and the backyard swimming pool. By "acute," we mean life-or-death: Drowning happens quickly: It's often almost silent, and those who don't die in the water may be impaired for life.
A heart lecture series at the Woods Memorial Library on Wednesday will feature a free CPR class and a lecture about inexpensive, healthy nutrition.
The University of Arizona's Sarver Heart Center is offering a free, public training for hands-only CPR at 5:30 p.m. today at the Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr. Library Children's Room, 7800 N. Schisler Drive in Marana.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild meets with Chris Miller, middle, and classmate Erika Yee before the presentation of a copper plaque recognizing Yee's lifesaving actions in October.
Erika Yee and Chris Miller are connected in a way that may not be obvious.
Patrons at local libraries can learn chest compression CPR, thanks to the University of Arizona's Sarver Heart Center.
The print edition of today's Arizona Daily Star includes a story I wrote about a new program that employs public health nurses in Pima County's public libraries.
Two Pima County sheriff's deputies who performed lifesaving CPR on a Tucson man last month have received special recognition.
FLAGSTAFF — A neurosurgeon from Flagstaff died after slipping and falling on a slick rock near the Cookie Jar area of Lake Powell.
Dr. Nathan Avery, 45, hit his head Saturday near his campsite and fell unconscious into the water, The Arizona Daily Sun reports.
Members of a group the doctor …
OREM, Utah — The parents of a 1-year-old boy in Oregon say he drowned in a washing machine in the few minutes that he left his mother’s sight.
Medical students will teach a free CPR class tonight at 5:15
p.m. at the DuVal Auditorium at University Medical Center, 1501 N.