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BUCKEYE, Ariz. (AP) — A man suspected of driving while intoxicated and crashing into a Buckeye police sergeant’s cruiser last weekend has been arrested, according to police. They said … more
The city of Litchfield Park has teamed up with Public Surplus to auction off items no longer used or needed. more
Buckeye’s annual Memorial Day salute to America’s fallen will be held in person Monday, May 31, at Louis B. Hazelton Memorial Cemetery. more
TriWest Healthcare Alliance has been honored by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve with the Extraordinary Employer Support Award for its strong support of the National Guard and Reserve community. more
When the Greater Arizona March of Dimes’ virtual fundraiser, March for Babies: A Mother of a Movement, goes live at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 8, a Goodyear boy who lost his twin brother shortly … more
BUCKEYE, Ariz. (AP) — A Buckeye police sergeant has been injured after a crash with a man who's suspected of driving while intoxicated, authorities said Sunday. They said the sergeant was on … more
Stephanie Flynn is a Buckeye resident who experienced a stroke at age 34. Her story emphasizes the importance of knowing the signs of stroke and seeking immediate emergency care as May is recognized as national Stroke Awareness Month. more
Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park is reveling in the arrival of several new babies at the Litchfield Park facility, including warthogs, jackal pups and a leopard. more
Royal Danish Air Force pilots have delivered the first two RDAF F-35A Lightning II fighter jets to Luke Air Force Base in preparation of pilot training. more
National homebuilder Lennar is joing the ranks of homebuilders who are bringing something different to their products. more
As of Saturday, May 1, outdoor recreational fires will be prohibited at Maricopa County regional parks, including Buckeye Hills, Estrella Mountain and White Tank Mountain regional parks. more
State Rep. Joanne Osborne (R-13), chair of the House Health and Human Services Committee, has been appointed to serve as an opioid policy fellow through a year-long program established with the National Conference of State Legislatures. more
The West Valley is open for business and health care is in especially high demand. more
Several West Valley cities joined to proclaim April 22 “White Tank Wild Day” in an effort for all to enjoy and to conserve the natural and cultural resources of range, a rare pristine landscape in the Valley that many residents and visitors enjoy each year. more
A Buckeye artist will soon see her work inside her neighborhood Fry’s store. more
With less than a month left to file 2020 income tax returns, the Arizona Department of Revenue is urging taxpayers to file sooner rather than later. more
A Buckeye road will be closed next week as the city prepares for three major infrastructure projects. Miller Road northbound at Durango, between Lower Buckeye Road and Warner, and between Broadway … more
When Grand Canyon University senior Rabekah Neu crossed the stage at graduation on Monday, she did so with a full-time job offer in supply chain management from Amazon.com Inc. more
Donors in communities across the state came together once again to show their collective and heartfelt support for nonprofit agencies by raising $7.1 million on Arizona Gives Day on April 6, … more
Families participating in Agua Fria Union High School District’s annual Summer Food Service Program this year will have two options for receiving the free meals, district officials announced. more
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