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Three of Arizona's largest law-enforcement agencies have an urgent need to fill both sworn and civilian vacancies within their departments.

      
 
 

Mark Macluskie, winner of a coveted Flinn Scholarships, was diagnosed with autism as a toddler and lost his diagnosis with help from his mother.

      
 
 

Arizona Summit Law School, a private Phoenix law school on probation by the American Bar Association, is still struggling on the State Bar exam.

      
 
 

ASU engineers developing edible medical devices

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The human cost of heat: Steven Eric Thompson, 69

Steven Thompson died in July 2016 at 69. Heat exposure was ruled a contributing cause of his death, while heart disease was the primary cause.

      
 
 

The human cost of heat: Randy Bert Tucker, 49

He had just bought a ten-speed cross-country bike. It was white, with no basket and no bell, simple wheels for a guy trying to redeem himself.

      
 
 

The human cost of heat: Roger Scott Rutenber, 51

Roger Scott Rutenber died July 5, 2016, in an alley.  He was 51. The medical examiner listed hyperthermia and dehydration as causes of death.

      
 
 

The human cost of heat: Phillip Joseph Slane, 33

Phillip Slane died Aug. 10, 2016, at age 33. Environmental heat exposure was ruled the contributing cause in his death by drug toxicity.

      
 
 

The human cost of heat: Norah Florence Shannon, 86

Norah Shannon was 86 when she died in the backyard of her home in south Scottsdale. Donna found her on July 10, 2016, when temps reached 111 degrees.

      
 
 

The human cost of heat: Marilyn Ruth Poure, 80

Marilyn Poure died Oct. 5, 2016, at the age of 80 after more than a month in the hospital.