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Those lighting off illegal fireworks in Glendale this Fourth of July face stiff fines more than five times higher than in the past. The minimum fine for a fireworks violation in the city will now … more
Glendale police continue to search for a high-functioning autistic girl who left home in September and has not been seen since. more
U.S. Congresswoman Debbie Lesko (AZ-08) and Congressman Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) sent a letter to Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett advocating for Peoria to be selected as the headquarters of the United States Space Force Command. more
Peoria police said an officer has died after crashing his motorcycle while leaving a youth citizen academy demonstration at Liberty High School. more
The Valley Metro Regional Public Transportation Authority and Valley Metro Rail boards of directors have elected officers for the fiscal year of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. more
Americans have seen times when patriotism in the country was through the roof, especially during times of crisis, like World War II, Operation Desert Storm or after 9/11. more
Cronkite students placed first in the nation in the writing category of the prestigious Hearst Journalism Awards program. more
A tip from a citizen led to Glendale officials discovering nearly 4,000 pounds of illegal fireworks. The seizure took place June 25 near 75th and Northern avenues. According to a release, a … more
The city of Glendale has announced Feroz Merchhiya as the city’s new Chief Information Officer. He will start in the position Monday, Aug. 3. In his new position Mr. Merchhiya will be … more
When Olivia Riley was about 18-months-old, her parents, Kendra and Dave, noticed she was starting to move backward in both physical and mental cognitive development. Words Olivia knew and the … more
Glendale annexed the 865-acre Allen Ranches property this week, the city’s second-largest addition in 25 years, and approved a controversial housing development within it. Southwest Valley … more
Eighty percent of what most individuals perceive comes through sense of sight. Luke Air Force Base Optometry Clinic airmen are professionals who help their fellow airmen maintain eye health and … more
Over 30 homes have been evacuated as crews from multiple agencies battle a brush fire near Phoenix Raceway. more
The Veteran Services Center at Glendale Community College is receiving $40,000 from a fundraiser held earlier this year. Glendale Mayor Jerry P. Weiers, Glendale Chamber of Commerce President … more
Traffic passes through the intersection of 91st Avenue and Bell Road in Peoria, one of 52 busy intersections included in the Maricopa County Department of Transportation’s Bell Road Adaptive … more
The Grand Canyon University men’s basketball team has been placed in quarantine after four student-athletes and two support staff members tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving on campus. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down many things for Arizonans, but distribution of tax revenues isn’t one of them. As of May, the Arizona Department of Revenue had collected and … more
If five years seems like a long runway to get up to speed, this is, after all, the Super Bowl. It was more than two years ago, in May 2018, that the NFL announced that Glendale’s State Farm … more
Buildings boarded up with plywood will soon be a thing of the past in Glendale. The city is in the process of changing its laws to require clear polycarbonate materials be used to board up any open … more
Developing and funding a transportation plan that will serve the Maricopa region for the next 20 years is a primary goal of the new chair of the Maricopa Association of Governments, according to a … more
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