First Quintuplets Born at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center in 121 Years
For the first time in 121 years, Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center’s staff delivered quintuplets. After struggling to conceive, Margaret and Michael Baudinet decided to get fertility treatments. Earlier this month, they welcomed five babies into the world. The babies were born at 32 weeks, ranging between 3-4 pounds, and right now, they are in the nursing intensive care unit where they are continuing to grow until they can return home. Newborns Ava, Clara, Camille, Luke and Isabelle Baudinet received a visit from Santa Claus at the hospital this morning to celebrate this holiday miracle. Now the family is planning how they are going to get back to their home in Virginia with two adults, five babies and their dog. During the past decade in the United States, the average number of sets of quintuplets born annually is 52.
Gov. Ducey Promises Arizona-Mexico Relationship will Remain Strong
Governor Doug Ducey Promised that the Arizona-Mexico Relationship will Remain Strong through Donald Trump’s Presidency. For the best local coverage of this story, check out KTAR.
Homeless Veteran Camp in North Mesa Allowed to Stay
The Arizona Department of Transportation will allow a homeless camp in north Mesa to stay. Instead of kicking out the individuals, some of whom are veterans, ADOT will help the individuals by finding them shelter and providing services. For the best local coverage of this story, check out AZ Central.
Today is the Shortest Day of the Year in Arizona
Today marks the first day of winter, meaning the shortest day of the year in Arizona. For the best local coverage of this story, check out KTAR.
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