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If Recreation Centers of Sun City officials’ plans come together as envisioned, the corporation will spend more than $103 million on a number of projects through 2035. more
PHOENIX — .Arizona utilities can’t legally shield themselves from being sued when their negligence kills or harms people or destroys property, the state Court of Appeals ruled … more
A teenage medical student from Buckeye learned in a hurry how classroom lessons can become the real thing. more
From its spring training games to its scenic mountain views, the selling points of Surprise are obvious to most. But Marley Park resident Natasha Hamburg said she thinks she’s found … more
At PGA Tour events, golf fans are typically expected to be quiet and respectful. However, the Waste Management Phoenix Open breaks that standard at TPC Scottsdale’s famous – and infamous – 16th hole. more
PHOENIX — Without a discussion, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved a zoning change request at a recent meeting that will allow 1,100 homes to be built on a county … more

NORTHWEST VALLEY — Imagine hopping on a train leaving a sporting event or a festival in downtown Phoenix and being in Glendale, Sun City, Peoria or Surprise in mere minutes. Or returning from a … more
A new COVID-19 variant has the world buzzing, but Arizona officials say it’s too soon to worry about it just yet. more
Jonathan Johanson wants you to stay off your roof this holiday season. Johanson, 38, owns Stay Off Your Roof, an outdoor lighting company that designs lighting displays for both residential and … more
Recreational marijuana has been legal for just over a year in Arizona, allowing anyone 21 and older to buy cannabis from any distributer holding a license issued by the Arizona Department of Health … more
PHOENIX — Tucson is no longer in danger of being financially penalized for its vaccine mandate program. Sen. Vince Leach, R-Tucson, has withdrawn his request that Attorney General Mark … more
The Peoria Police Department received four grants totaling $149,869 from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for various enforcement and education efforts, as well as overtime. more
At Copper Queen Community Hospital in Bisbee, the operating room in the 13-room health care center closed its doors temporarily, canceling 17 routine colonoscopies as a result, and the hospital … more

Peoria police seek the public’s help in locating a child that ran away from home on Thanksgiving. more
A Just Love Coffee drive-thru and an adjacent restaurant are to be constructed south of Elliot Road on the east side of Power Road in Mesa. The Mesa Planning and Zoning Board on Nov. 17 voted 4-2 … more
Arizona has added 3,655 cases and 47 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, Nov. 27, the ADHS reports 1,262,574 known … more
Mesa residents have several opportunities in the next few months to provide input on changes to design guidelines and text amendments to the city code relating to historic preservation. Study … more
The walls of Salvadoreño Restaurant No. 3 in north Phoenix are a magnet for your eyes: shades of orange, blue and green – like the feathers of a tropical bird. The scene depicts women serving pupusas in the streets of El Salvador. more
This past weekend, memorials honoring lives lost to traffic accidents in 2020 were dotted around the city of Tempe, cropping up on deadly streets and intersections. more
Property could be rezoned for the development of 2.5 million square feet of industrial buildings in a planned 6-mile railroad spur alignment in southeast Mesa over objections by the Union Pacific … more

When school stopped, the mental health conversation began. Schools are open again following pandemic-induced closures.  To the average eye, 32 students are back in the classroom ready to … more
Pinal County will accept $3,387,435 from the federal government to hire a vaccine equity employee and distribute COVID-19 vaccines to underserved communities, the public health services board of … more
The past month has seen more twists and turns in the Glendale real estate market. more
PHOENIX — A bid by a Prescott Valley lawmaker to mandate that Arizona students be taught about communism isn’t the state’s first foray into the issue. One state statute goes back … more
Peoria has taken a step toward the possibility of securing more water sources for future use.City Council approved an agreement with Salt River Project to share costs for a feasibility study to … more
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