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Arizona Department of Health Services reported 601 new coronavirus cases and 7 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 866,623 cases and 17,367 deaths. more
Peoria City Council approved the  fiscal year 2022 tentative budget at $695 million, a 4.5% increase from the fiscal year 2021 budget. City officials say the budget maintains core citizen … more
A free car show in the parking lot of Red Mountain Promenade, 6663 E. McDowell Road, can be held 12 times a year, the Mesa Board of Adjustment decided recently. A special-use permit to exceed four … more
Unsafe private structures in need of demolition around Glendale will soon be coming down. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is cutting off what some say has been an easy — and unethical — source of money for police and prosecutors. The governor on Wednesday signed legislation … more
PHOENIX — The state’s top election officials is threatening to go to court unless the procedures being used by the Senate in its special ballot audit are changed. In a letter Wednesday … more
A fashion show featuring a retrospective of fantastical designs by Patsy Lowry comes to Phoenix this month. The free event takes place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on May 8 at Tradicciones, 1602 E. Roosevelt … more
A total of 160 Phoenix residents gathered for The Aggregate’s inaugural “Stronger Together” Luncheon held on April 23, at Mountain Shadows Resort in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
The 11th Annual Taco Festival is making a comeback to Salt River Fields. The Two-day event is set to deliver another year of taco madness with more than 50 taco makers over two days -- … more
As Arizona slowly-but-surely recovers from the devastating impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, so does its commercial real estate industry. more
City public art leaders have approved an art concept for the new Public Safety Evidence and Readiness Center and new Police and Fire Training Facility, which are expected to be completed later this year not far from Bell Road and Grand Avenue. more
El Mirage is ranked as one of the top small cities in Arizona to start a small business, according to a new study. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported the overall number of Surprise COVID-19 cases at 13,838 on May 6. Through that day, 50,672 Surprise-area residents received at least one vaccine … more
Arizona farmers will almost certainly have to operate with less water next year, as state and federal water officials project an historic shortage of the Colorado River’s water supply in … more
As Surprise flew headlong into hyper development this century, one city block laid relatively vacant save for the building of several charter schools within the past 10 years. more
The topics of residential lot splits, hillside and resort redevelopment have yielded a number of local comments stressing the importance of maintaining Paradise Valley’s unique charm and … more
PHOENIX — Republican lawmakers voted Wednesday to punish teachers who don't present both sides of controversial science or events, a move some lawmakers say could force them to seek out and … more
Scottsdale’s chapter on desert rural land-use category appears to have come to an end, as the City Council agreed to abandon the effort during a May 4 work session. The city’s … more
The Town of Florence and Florence Copper have agreed to end the years-long legal battle that played a part in keeping the mining operation from fully opening. In the settlement, officially … more
A May 3 mobile home fire at 2292 N. Ironwood Drive in Apache Junction that injured two people and killed a family pet was started intentionally and a suspect has been arrested, police said. Apache … more
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