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Cities across the West Valley are canceling public events and gatherings in response to precautions over spreading of the COVID-19 virus. Arizona schools in all communities remain closed, per Gov. … more
At 10 a.m. on March 16, Maricopa County activated its Emergency Operations Center to assist the Maricopa County Department of Public Health in handling the COVID-19 pandemic. There are three … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services released new numbers on positive cases for COVID-19 in the state. more
Four Valley school districts announced Thursday they'd shut down due to coronavirus, but Deer Valley Unified School District, heading into spring break, plans to return to classes March 23. Spring … more
Buzz words long used to describe the envisaged energy of a bustling real estate market in the Valley of the Sun may finally be ringing true. Substantial gains across the board can be found in … more
In a reversal of fortune, the School of Architecture at Taliesin Board of Governors has voted to keep the educational entity open seeking to find new lease terms with foundation leadership. Based … more
Michael Perrino knows first-hand the power of regret, rehabilitation and forgiveness. From about 2008 until 2017, Mr. Perrino’s son, Zachary, was imprisoned first for the unlawful use of a … more
As an effort picks up steam to gather signatures seeking an Arizona film tax incentive program --- one proponents believe could provide a $7 billion shot in the arm to public education and … more
An effort to bring the major motion picture industry to the desert is afoot through a citizen referendum effort where proponents contend a tax-credit program could provide a $7 billion shot in the … more
In a unanimous vote, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors appointed Gilbert Town Councilman Eddie Cook as the next Maricopa County Assessor. “Eddie Cook is a dedicated public servant who … more
PHOENIX — The science and research to back cupping therapy, the popular recovery method, is still fuzzy, but it remains widely used. Those in the sports therapy industry are lauding its … more
To reduce wait times and improve the voter experience, the Maricopa County Elections Department is more than tripling the number of voting locations for the March 17 Democratic Presidential … more
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has included a $2 million General Fund allocation in his $12.3 billion executive budget for the Arizona Commission on the Arts to provide grants and other support to … more
Arizona’s individual income tax filing season for tax year 2019 has opened and the deadline to file is April 15. more
Phoenix-area residents are banding together to gather signatures in an effort to place a citizen-driven initiative on the November 2020 ballot seeking relief of property taxes levied against … more
Preliminary statistics show overall declines in both violent and property crime in the first half of 2019 in the United States compared to the same time frame the previous year, according to FBI … more
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of two suspects who stole mail from an Anthem area post office and later … more
Should Arizona voters be able to know the original sources of money spent to influence Arizona elections? Terry Goddard thinks so. Mr. Goddard, a longtime political advocate, former mayor of … more
New data reveals Arizona’s middling role as a foreign trade partner and highlights the arguments of some, who hope for a new interstate highway to bolster trade with Mexico and throughout the region. more
The 8th Annual Ignite Hope, presented by Pizza Hut and 1Wish, returns Saturday, Dec. 14. As Phoenix Children’s Hospital expands its reach across the state Ignite Hope will take place at two … more
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