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PHOENIX — With his legal challenges to vaccine and mask mandates rejected by a federal judge, Attorney General and U.S. Senate candidate Mark Brnovich now wants Gov. Doug Ducey to order … more
The special election for Proposition 463 to ratify the Scottsdale General Plan 2035 has won the popular vote. On the evening of Nov. 2, the final count was released: 25,209 (53.60%) “yes” … more
For more than 20 years, the Anthem Community Council has been a constant voice in support of its constituency at multiple levels of government here in Maricopa County with one idea in mind: Quality … more
Since the 1950s, Phoenix has seen a change in population that skyrocketed from 100,000 residents to now 1.62 million, said Erinanne Saffell, Arizona state climatologist. Along with the trend of … more
Five law enforcement agencies in the Valley and state each reported considerable drop-offs in traffic citations issued from 2019 to 2020, which agency spokespeople largely attributed to there being … more
A Massachusetts-based real estate firm is targeting the southwest Valley and making the area more sustainable in the process. more

The relaunch of RoboRide, an autonomous vehicle pilot program, has been temporarily delayed in the city of Peoria. more
Inland Kenworth plans to sell and repair its trucks at a new industrial facility it is constructing west of Greenfield Road and north of Baseline Road in Mesa. Preliminary design and landscaping … more
BUCKEYE — Food trucks have to move every 24 hours in Buckeye. That was one of many messages city of Buckeye Senior Planner Randy Proch delivered to the city’s Planning and Zoning … more
The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board will host a 6 p.m. meeting Monday, Nov. 15, to consider resignation of president Jann-Michael Greenburg, district documents state. Last … more
The Scottsdale Police Department is conducting an investigation into reported allegations of a digital dossier linked to the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President, Jann-Michael … more
The FBI crime data used to classify Surprise as one of the safest cities in Arizona may not be a reliable way to gauge the safety of the city. more
The city of Peoria has enlisted a couple friends to help fight homelessness in the city. more

Arizona has added 3,985 cases and 51 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, Nov. 13, the ADHS reports 1,211,333 known … more
PHOENIX — Been thinking about buying one of those all-electric cars? How about one fueled by natural gas? If you act by around Christmas, you could save yourself a lot of money, if not … more
Dysart Unified School District is opening school fields in the city of Surprise to the community after school and on weekends. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 4,447 new coronavirus cases and 51 new deaths Friday, for a total of 1,207,348 cases and 21,600 deaths. more
Litchfield Park’s citrus trees will get a fresh coat of paint as the city’s Recreation and Public Ground’s Commission prepares to host volunteers Saturday and Sunday.  The … more
A new mid-century building facade hearkening back to a time when the structure was a Woolworth Department Store is planned at 114 W. Main St. in Mesa. The preliminary design for the 0.24-acre … more
On Thursday, Nov. 4, the Arizona Humane Society held a groundbreaking event on the new AHS Rob and Melani Walton Papago Park Campus, planned to be built and open two years from now. “Mark … more

Gila River Hotels & Casinos officially announced its newest project, Santan Mountain, at a groundbreaking ceremony recently on Gila River Indian Community land south of Chandler. The … more
As COVID-19 cases continue to be reported at a steady plateau in Arizona, the state’s record West Nile virus cases are beginning to taper off during the cooler winter months. more
A Phoenix-based developer announced the $37.2 million sale of a build-to-rent community along Deer Valley Road in north Phoenix. The developer, NexMetro Communities, announced the sale of the … more
Though Christmas is technically celebrated on Dec. 25 each year, for 400 teachers across Arizona – including 10 from across Buckeye – it came early in 2021. During the first days of … more
PHOENIX — A Senate staffer who says she was fired because of her race was awarded more than $2.7 million this week by a federal court jury. The verdict came after jurors heard from Talonya … more
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