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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
Buckeye residents can now call to schedule an appointment to drop off any residential household hazardous materials. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Buckeye COVID-19 cases at approximately 3,657 on Monday, Aug. 24. more
With temperatures around the Valley forecast to hit at least 110 degrees and higher this week, residents should be aware they have somewhere to go to get relief. 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
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Buckeye COVID-19 cases at approximately 3,549 on Monday, Aug. 17. That’s an increase of 2.9 percent over the past week (3,449). more
Buckeye police need the public's help in locating and identifying two suspects in connection with a shooting and burglary. more
When Charles Vanmarter, 77, went home Friday, Aug. 14 after two stays at Banner Estrella Medical Center over the past three weeks, he became the 900th COVID-19 patient discharged from the medical center. more
Buckeye Police annnounced Saturday, Aug. 15 that Jean Fawley, the missing Apache Junction woman whose abandoned vehicle was found Thursday in an undeveloped area of Buckeye, was found deceased Friday night. 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
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Buckeye COVID-19 cases at approximately 3,449 on Monday, Aug. 10. That’s an increase of 4.9 percent over the last week (3,288). 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
In the city of Buckeye’s lone contested race of the Aug. 4 Primary Election, voters looked to send the incumbent Tony Youngker back to city council to represent District 1, just south of I-10 from Miller Road to the city’s western edge. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Buckeye COVID-19 cases at approximately 3,288 on Monday, Aug. 3. That’s an increase of more than 12 percent over the last week (2,925). more
Local leaders including the Gila River Indian Community, West Valley mayors, Maricopa County officials and state agency representatives met in support of the Lower Gila River Collaborative. more
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