Senior companion Erme Salazar, 71, visits Florence Childs, 91, at Childs’ home.
Foto por Noelle Haro-GómezErme Salazar, izquierda, es a sus 71 años una Amiga Acompañante de Florence Childs, a la derecha, de 91 años. Salazar ha sido voluntaria de este programa durante cinco años. Foto del 28 de octubre.
Mrs. Julia Nevratil, 82-year-old bowler from Jackson Heights, Queens in New York, is shown in action on Oct. 3, 1952. She can give anyone a tough evening's competition. (AP Photo/Ed Ford)
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles police have arrested a man for allegedly setting a 67-year-old woman on fire as she was sleeping on a bus bench.
Police are looking for a gunman who beat a woman outside a north-side shopping center and stole her purse.
A 45-year-old grandmother is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries following what police describe as a likely assault in her home early this morning.
Olga Korbut of Russia throws up her arms in joy after winning the Individual Women's Gymnastic event at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany, Aug. 1972. (AP Photo)
A woman suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot in her car this morning in a midtown neighborhood.
Tucson police are looking for a woman who robbed a bank Wednesday and was connected to another robbery earlier this week.
A bear attacked a 74-year-old Arizona woman camping east of Payson in northern Arizona on Thursday, and now hounds and men are tracking the animal to put it down.
Hardships were part of life for Southern Arizona pioneers in the
mid-1800s, but the trials endured by Larcena Pennington Page would
have brought the toughest frontiersman to his knees.
ISLAMABAD — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton faced
sharp rebukes from Pakistani audiences Friday, including one woman
who accused the U.S. of conducting "executions without trial" in
aerial drone strikes. Verbally slapping back, Clinton questioned
Pakistan's commitment to fighting t…
A Green Valley woman survived two days of frigid temperatures at
the bottom of a 300-foot embankment following a rollover crash near
Safford that killed her husband, the Arizona Department of Public
MOGADISHU, Somalia — A British woman who is being held by Somali
pirates with her husband after their yacht was hijacked said in a
phone call broadcast Friday that the couple were "bearing up," and
she described her captors as "very hospitable."
A Patagonia woman has sued the organizers of a sweat-lodge
ceremony that turned deadly earlier this month near Sedona.