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Peoria staff has begun working to get a bond package on the 2022 general election ballot. more
Maricopa County is seeing a noticeable decline in its birth rate, and there may be multiple reasons why people are having fewer children. Statistics released by the Arizona Department of Health … more
Valley hospitals that have made the COVID-19 vaccine a requirement of employment have seen their deadlines come and go, as well as some staff members. more
Christmas shoppers can expect to pay more for some products and expect some items to arrive late this holiday season. The pinch of recent supply chain issues could turn into a crunch as holiday … more
Goodyear has voted to do away with regular city council meetings on the second and fourth Monday of each month, and has instead opted to hold meetings “as needed.”  The motion was … more
Scottsdale Unified School District parents have received a letter, dated Nov. 10, addressing allegations recently lodged against the governing board president, Jann-Michael Greenburg and his father, … more

BUCKEYE — According to the father of a man who went missing in June in the Buckeye area, human remains found Saturday are not those of his missing son. David Robinsontweeted a few times over … more
PHOENIX — A federal judge on Wednesday rejected a bid by Attorney General Mark Brnovich to issue an immediate nationwide injunction blocking President Biden from requiring federal workers and … more
A state law limiting government spending was enacted just a few years before Queen Creek was incorporated, but it still governs how the town builds its budget. The town has overridden the limit by … more
A for Arizona on Monday provided various groups around the state with portions of $20 million in grant funding aimed at helping with transportation of students. The Arizona Transportation and … more
Some experts on Arizona’s rising eviction rates stop short at saying Maricopa County leads the nation at ousting people from their homes. Knowledge Exchange for Resilience at Arizona State … more
A new statewide fund is set to assist hundreds, if not thousands, of Arizona homeowners continuing to struggle financially because of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
One Peoria family already knows how critical access to quality pediatric care is. It saved the life of their son. more

PHOENIX — Attorneys for the federal government are making a last-minute effort to make public the identity a federal employee who wants to challenge the president's vaccine mandate but does not … more
PHOENIX — The Court of Appeals has shot down the latest bid by Cyber Ninjas to keep secret the records it has related to the audit of the 2020 election. In an eight-page ruling Tuesday, the … more
A group of mothers in the Scottsdale Unified School District community are questioning an online dossier that has digital connections to school board President Jann-Michael Greenburg and his father, Mark. more
A local couple drives a load of water from a standpipe near Ocotillo and Apache Trail in Apache Junction four days a week to their home in unincorporated Pinal County. Steve and Amy Matlock saw … more
Internet access has become the new paper and pencil for students, but for students who can’t afford a connection or Wi-Fi at home it results in an educational disadvantage, or better known as a … more
A 22-year-old PhD student is the youngest person to ever run for Phoenix Union High School Governing Board. Lennon Audrain is a Phoenix native who wants to bridge the gap between what happens in … more
Officials are mum on specifi cs of what new proposals entail for the potential development and restoration of a Tempe relic. Three local companies submitted proposals to redevelop and restore the … more

The city of Surprise has erected several signs around its Community Lake notifying people to not feed the animals there. It turns out the city doesn’t want those signs to be merely a suggestion. more
Over the past 12 months, the Arizona Fire & Medical Authority responded to four garage fires at homes in Sun City West. more
PHOENIX — Democrats will get another chance to try to overturn a law they contend gives Republicans an edge in future elections. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has scheduled a January … more
BUCKEYE — After a few months of agendas that only had one or a couple of major items, the Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission has a robust set of items scheduled to be addressed at … more
This year’s holiday shopping season figures to have similar issues to last year’s COVID scramble, but also promises to be even more profitable at the same time. more
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