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Maricopa County Department of Public Health is embarking on an investigation to estimate how many people in Maricopa County have been infected with COVID-19, beyond those who have had a positive … more
Independent Newsmedia is seeking to provide a platform for social change to begin through an effort to educate and understand those different from those of us who report the news. In a special … more
The abiding by and understanding of myriad executive orders — and associated civil and criminal penalties — has become a part of the day-to-day lives of both Arizona residents and U.S. citizens from sea to shining sea. more
A team of Scottsdale physicians and health professionals are working to curb the rate of amputations due to low-blood flow — a common, and deadly, disease impacting millions of people yearly. … more
With the coronavirus pandemic forcing individuals and families to stay home, victims of domestic violence face even greater risk of injury and the associated impact of depression and anxiety. To … more
Fighting wildfires is a necessary task, but fire agencies are finding it harder to justify sending teams to operate outside established jurisdiction. more
It used to be the “Five Cs.” During Arizona’s first years of statehood, the region’s natural complements of copper, cattle, cotton, citrus and climate were considered … more
After careful review and discussions, the Phoenix Symphony announced all previously scheduled concerts in the 2020-21 season have been cancelled because of the COVID-19 global pandemic. more
The Arizona Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Foundation has received a $50,000 grant from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to help promote a helmet-purchasing assistance … more
Local communications professionals are among five invited to join the Silver Circle Society of the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. more
While the world was turned upside down and economic engines came to a grinding halt as the COVID-19 outbreak unfolded, the Phoenix metropolitan housing market has remained steady. more
The Rayner and Gladden families’ multigenerational Southwest Valley farming operations have weathered just about everything the world has thrown at them for the better part of 100 years, from drought and pests to extreme price swings and two pandemics, but there are two modern threats that are unrelenting — development and water availability. more
The Arizona Department of Revenue’s unclaimed property program returned $42.5 million to rightful owners in the fiscal year July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020. more
A man is facing several charges after bringing multiple women to a home in the New River area and allegedly sexually assaulted them. more
Numbers from the Phoenix Police Department’s Crime Analysis and Research Unit show significant changes in January to June 2020 numbers compared to the same time period in 2019. more
If you ask Chief Paul Marzocca, you’ll never hear police departments say they have enough officers because they are always establishing needs and wants. more
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says detectives followed up on numerous leads and Thursday night and were able to locate Kahlan Diehl in Glendale. more
As droves of Valley students start the 2020-21 school year this fall among the global pandemic of 2020, Arizona school districts move forward independently with no two plans alike. more
In June 1777, the Continental Congress established its official flag --- a beacon of hope for a young nation born in defiance of an oppressive regime. more
Maricopa County has secured a recently vacated building in downtown Phoenix to provide nighttime heat relief for people experiencing homelessness. more
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