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U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao has announced the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration will award $224,869,172 in airport aid to 59 airports in … more
As the reality of a “new normal” begins to sink in for many Arizona business leaders --- economists are estimating an 18-month economic recovery period --- no industry is more closely … more
ALL In Education has named Stephanie Parra as its new executive director to lead in addressing educational needs of Latinos in Arizona during the coronavirus pandemic and more. more
If mass runs on toilet paper, wipes and hand sanitizer represent a low point of the COVID-19 pandemic, making homemade masks rates among the high points. Volunteers across the country are sewing … more
The Arizona Women’s Partnership, Inc., an all-volunteer philanthropic non-profit formed in 2002 and based in Phoenix, which provides grants to grass roots charities that assist underserved … more
The Arizona Department of Revenue reminded Arizona taxpayers in a press release this week that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wednesday, April 15 deadline for filing and paying individual, … more
Avondale Mayor Kenneth Weise proclaimed April 6 as a Day of the Health Care Hero, extending gratitude and appreciation to the medical professionals at Abrazo West Campus, a hospital release … more
The weather is warming up, waking rattlesnakes and other desert critters. Physical distancing guidelines are still in effect for humans, but these animals and especially rattlesnakes are not … more
PHOENIX — So it turns out that some areas of the state, like the near south side of Tucson, may not be quite the COVID-19 hotspots that newly released data would show. The numbers released … more
Buckeye’s Library System is boosting its free Wi-Fi coverage at both locations: Downtown, 310 N. 6th St., and the Coyote Branch, 21699 W. Yuma Road. Access the boosted Wi-Fi from the parking … more
While they've utilized their skills to treat patients in the Phoenix area who contracted the novel coronavirus, four respiratory therapists deployed this weekend to help their fellow Banner Health … more
Navigating the COVID-19 rollercoaster of a severe economic downturn, stay-at-home orders, product shortages, face masks and fear as novel coronavirus infections and deaths rise across the country … more
To help millions of people, the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service launched a new web tool allowing quick registration for Economic Impact Payments for those who don’t … more
Five nurses, who work in the Abrazo Central Campus operating room and recovery room, have volunteered to support fellow caregivers in Detroit as that city experiences an increase in COVID-19 cases. more
In response to Gov. Doug Ducey’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” Executive Order, live audio of the April 14 Planning and Zoning Commission meeting will be streamed on the … more
Over 40,000 new e-books and e-audiobook titles are now available to all Buckeye Library cardholders, thanks to a partnership with the Southwest Valley Library Consortium. All that's needed to … more
Buckeye police said a man fatally shot his wife at their home in the Sun City Festival area of the city. more
Data from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health is showing the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations is growing at a slower rate since the end of … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting over 2,700 cases and 80 deaths of COVID-19. Maricopa County has the most number of cases with 1,559, according to state numbers. However, the … more
Five names will be on the ballot when Buckeye voters head to the polls Aug. 4 to choose a new mayor and fill three City Council seats, but only one race is contested. District 1 incumbent Tony … more
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