Sports & Health
Aaron Makil Had Whirlwind Senior Year Playing Varsity Basketball And Varsity Baseball
Special to Au-Authm Action News submitted by the Makil and Andrews Family

This year the Westwood Warriors baseball team played hard and made it into the state playoffs for their division. They began their playoff games in Tucson and ended at Maryvale Stadium. In their final game, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community member Aaron Makil pitched a two-hitter; unfortunately, it was not enough to win in the double-elimination bracket, and the Warriors ended their 21-11 season.

Salt River Majestics Chair Volleyball Team Takes in Yaqui Tribe
By Richie Corrales
Au-Authm Action News
The Salt River Majestics chair volleyball team has been busy the last few months, getting in some practice at the Pi-Copa Gym. The team, which practices from November through May, has been preparing for numerous chair volleyball competitions coming up at senior events throughout the state this summer and the rest of the year.
Arizona Confirms Four Travel-Associated Cases of Zika Virus
By Dalton Walker
Au-Authm Action News
An old virus spread primarily through infected mosquitoes has caught the attention of health officials across the world, and Arizona is no exception. The Arizona Department of Health Services has confirmed four cases of Zika virus as of June 3. All are travel-associated, meaning the four persons diagnosed with Zika were infected elsewhere, not in Arizona.
Be Smart, Be Safe: How to Prevent Workplace Injuries
By Monte Yazzie
SRPMIC Injury Prevention Coordinator
“Be safe.” In my youth, these were words I heard from my mother every single time I left the house—every time I would get in the car with her and she would tell us kids to buckle our seat belts, every time I would grab my helmet and hop on my bike to meet friends at the park. These words became so commonplace that my brothers and I would often jokingly say “Be safe” before my mother could.