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The Phoenix housing market has glided into a buyer’s market for the first time in 12 years, according to Tina Tamboer of the Cromford Report. Tamboer, a housing analyst in Phoenix, said … more
A recent report said Apple plans to "begin sourcing chips for its devices from a plant under construction in Arizona, likely the TSMC factory, Bloomberg News reported.  Semiconductor … more
Phoenix police announced this week it would permanently discontinue the use of stun bag shotguns after suspending the bean bag munitions program in mid-October. On Wednesday, Phoenix police … more
Amazon said Wednesday it had its biggest ever Thanksgiving holiday shopping weekend, aided by a record number of consumers looking for deals online amid high inflation. The e-commerce company does … more
President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit north Phoenix and the TSMC site  next week, the White House announced.  Biden will attend a scheduled TSMC event Dec. 6 where attendees will get … more
Drivers who travel Interstate 17 at night will need to make plans as the highway will be closed regularly over the next several months, state transportation officials said Monday. Controlled rock … more

Dashing out of town this week? Give yourself extra time — especially if you are flying, officials say. This year, the Federal Aviation Administration expects Tuesday to be the busiest … more
Arcadia chicken and pizza fans, are you ready? Juicy, crispy chicken tenders and Detroit-style pan pizza are here. Last week, Fly Bye opened its third Arizona location near Camelback Road and … more
Low inventory and higher prices have made it more difficult to afford a vehicle these days. Many Valley dealerships have less vehicles on car lots and are selling used cars at a premium since … more
Phoenix police are investigating a shooting in Anthem on Wednesday that left a man dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound and in woman in “extreme critical condition,” … more
Thanksgiving travel is inflation-proof, apparently. About 55 million people around the U.S. are expected to travel next week for turkey day — a 1.5% increase from last year, according to … more
With Election Day behind us, the Anthem Community Council thanks all candidates in advance for the removal of their signs by November 23. "This is a good time to remind everybody advertising signs … more
While still unofficial, the most recent results from last week’s election continue to show Stephanie Simacek and Paul Carver leading the field of four candidates vying for two open seats on the Deer Valley Unified School District’s Governing Board. more

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. is considering adding a second Arizona fab to its north Phoenix site to help it remain flexible for the future, according to a company statement. … more
The recent announcement of the millions being earmarked for the Arizona’s semiconductor industry should help make the U.S. less vulnerable when it comes to national security, a local leader … more
One of the biggest private utilities in the region aims to strike a balance. EPCOR, a private utility serving about 310,000 connections, is working to improve its current infrastructure while … more
Overnight election returns show Stephanie Simacek and Paul Carver leading the group of four candidates vying for two open seats on the Deer Valley Unified School District’s Governing Board. more
Update 8:39 a.m. Nov. 14 In the latest unofficial election results posted at 6:18 p.m. Nov. 13, Legislative District 3 Arizona House of Representatives candidates Joseph Chaplik and Alexander … more
Update 8:45 a.m. Nov. 14 In the latest unofficial election results posted at 6:18 p.m. Nov. 13, Legislative District 3 state senator candidate John Kavanagh increased an already strong lead over … more
Construction has begun for the I-17 improvement project from Anthem Way to Sunset Point and so has the removal of native vegetation along the 23-mile corridor. Crews have started removing … more

Cushman and Wakefield announced the firm brokered the $4.4 million sale of a mixed-use Phoenix property near 12th Street and Highland Avenue. The property, called the Strip, is a two-story, … more
Surprise Police Department officials confirmed Thursday the department reinstated the use of bean bag rounds as a potentially non-lethal measure after taking the ammunition off the streets earlier … more
Phoenix has agreed to join other cities and water districts in an effort to reduce further demand for Colorado River water. The City Council agreed Wednesday, Oct. 26, to enter a Memorandum of … more
It may be supply and demand, but Valley motorists are bearing the brunt of high gas prices. Around the Valley, prices are north of $4.50 a gallon in most places, and in the Northwest Valley they … more
Education Forward Arizona recently recognized Arizona’s innovative education leaders and programs at an event held at the J.W. Marriott Camelback Inn. more
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