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GLENDALE — A Glendale location is one of many sites where West Valley residents can help reduce the risks of an ongoing health concern by giving blood. And that giving is needed, as blood … more
PHOENIX — A federal judge has slapped back a bid by Attorney General Mark Brnovich to let the state start enforcing new abortion restrictions despite his order concluding they are likely … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has no immediate plans for how — or even if — he will try to sanction the three state universities who are requiring faculty and staff to be vaccinated … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey, or whoever succeeds him, can’t conduct a future financial raid on a school trust fund account without first getting congressional approval, a judge has … more
Democrat Sarah Liguori, a Phoenix resident, has been appointed as the new representative for Legislative District 28, which includes the Town of Paradise Valley. Liguori was appointed by the … more
A discussion on the latest Surprise City Center plans will highlight the agenda at the next Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. more
Getting from the northern to the southern boundary of Apache Junction takes a lot more time with the annexation of 6,600 acres south to the State Route 24 alignment. The city annexed 10 square … more
Consumers should continue to expect supply shortages, higher prices and less discounts as supply chain disruptions could go on for the next calendar year. A supply chain management professor at … more
The race starter turns to his left and says, “Thumbs up when you’re ready.” He turns to the right and repeats the same thing. He then says “lights” into a black … more
The underdog for change and equality for women in the city of Phoenix is gaining momentum after bearing pushbacks from COVID-19. The Phoenix Women’s Commission actively works to review the … more
When Surprise resident Daniel Villarreal disappeared last year in the Original Town Site, it took more than four months for anybody to even notice more
BUCKEYE — More steps toward new developments within the city of Buckeye are on the agenda for that municipality’s city Council at Tuesday’s meeting. One of the consent agenda … more
PHOENIX — Attorney General Mark Brnovich is making a last-ditch effort to tell Arizona courts they need to butt out of how the legislature conducts its business. In legal briefs filed with … more
The city of Phoenix has created the first publicly funded municipal department in the country focusing on heat relief. The Office of Heat Response and Mitigation will coordinate the city’s … more
ritish Airways has resumed flights between Phoenix and London, adding a big impact to the Valley’s international destinations. The flights began Aug. 31, and will complete three trips a … more
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic when homeless shelters were short on beds because of physical distancing requirements, the city of Phoenix and a local nonprofit converted a former hotel into … more
The Arizona Commission on the Arts is looking for $5 million in its proposed budget for this year, hoping to return to funding levels last seen nearly a decade ago. The money is not only important … more
Discussion on allowing a variance for a mother-in-law suite to be constructed within the required rear yard setback at 939 E. Kael St. has been postponed to give city staff time to research 20 nearby … more
Billboards will highlight the agenda at the next Surprise City Council regular meeting. more
Arizona has added 2,482 cases and nine deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. more
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