Gillian Ferris Kohl en Keeping Kids Connected With Their Jailed Parents Arizona has one of the highest incarceration rates in the country, and that means it also has one of the highest percentages of children with one or both parents in jail. One rural county there is trying to help families stay connected.<p>On a recent day, 45-year-old Liz Minor sits in the shade outside a coffeehouse in Flagstaff, enjoying icy drinks with her two sons. She relishes this ordinary moment, considering that just a few years ago, their time together was limited to a prison visiting room, separated by shatterproof glass.<p>"I wore lipstick because it leaves marks," Minor says. Wed, 18 Jul 2012 07:05:00 +0000 Gillian Ferris Kohl 10421 at Stubborn As A Mule's Knot: Chiropractor Eases Pain The famous pack mules that carry supplies and people in and out of the Grand Canyon have back pain, as you might imagine. One man is on a mission to make the lives of these beasts of burden a little less painful.<p>When Rene Noriega retired a few years ago after a long career as a Border Patrol agent, he took what — for him — was the next natural step.<p>He learned to do massage and chiropractic work, but not on humans. Noriega is a licensed equine physiotherapist. His specialty is high-performance horses. Sat, 10 Mar 2012 04:27:00 +0000 Gillian Ferris Kohl 3837 at Stubborn As A Mule's Knot: Chiropractor Eases Pain In Tombstone, The O.K. Corral Still Looms Large In the late 1880s, a silver strike turned the dusty town of Tombstone, Ariz., into a cosmopolitan hot spot. There were casinos, oyster bars and shops filled with the latest Paris fashions.<p>But when the silver ran out, Tombstone almost died. Only one thing has kept it alive for the past century: the 1881 shootout at the O.K. Sat, 25 Feb 2012 11:12:00 +0000 Gillian Ferris Kohl 3082 at In Tombstone, The O.K. Corral Still Looms Large