By Rachel Lund
Vehicles equipped with voice-activated technology are designed to allow drivers to multitask hands-free and increase their safety behind the wheel. But a recent AAA study suggests that even with these features many in Arizona and elsewhere are driven to distraction.
Arizona doesn’t have enough primary care physicians to meet the need in many areas, particularly in rural and underserved parts of the state. According to a study by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, only 53 percent of Arizona’s primary health care needs are being met.
Federal and state officials said it's "premature" to say the animal spotted near the Grand Canyon is an endangered gray wolf, which has not been seen in that area since the 1940s. But while trying to verify its species, they are warning hunters that it may be an endangered animal.
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