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From a young age, Brandon Caserta wanted to be a Navy SEAL and it was a driving force in everything that he did. more
Robo Ride, Peoria’s fully electric, driverless shuttle opened to the public in the P83 Entertainment District only weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic struck. more
The Grand Canyon men's basketball team is returning to downtown Phoenix for the Jerry Colangelo Classic. The Lopes will take on San Francisco on Dec. 18 at Phoenix Suns Arena. more
A new survey from Maricopa County Department of Public Health asks county residents ages 12 and older how COVID-19 has impacted them and their families. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 370 new coronavirus cases and five new deaths Thursday, for a total of 885,412 cases and 17,742 deaths. more
It’s no secret schools were some of the U.S. institutions hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, from a quick pivot to virtual learning to a myriad of financial losses. more
For the third time the Commission on Fire Accreditation International, governed by the Center for Public Safety Excellence, has awarded the Peoria Fire-Medical Department accredited-agency status. more
Meals of Joy, a nonprofit meal delivery service for seniors, will hold its fourth annual Duck Derby rubber duck race Sunday, July 4. more
A clearer picture has emerged of what the city of Peoria stands to gain from a possible extension of Proposition 400, a measure projected to bring about $15 billion in transportation funds to the … more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 322 new coronavirus cases and five new deaths Thursday, for a total of 882,691 cases and 17,653 deaths. In the Peoria area, cases are at 26,716 … more
The Peoria public library is getting a bump in funding that will help pay for programing and services. more
The city of Peoria is continuing to build on its water reclamation system with the construction of an improved operations building, located on the Jomax Water Reclamation Facility site at Jomax Road and 126th Drive. more
The Air Force prioritizes searching for new ways to streamline processes, track progress and increase efficiency as a whole. Members of the 56th Fighter Wing introduced a new way of completing the mission through the Spark Cell Initiative, KILA. more
Peoria is working on a project to improve traffic flow on Lake Pleasant Parkway. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 807 new coronavirus cases and 15 new deaths Friday, for a total of 879,909 cases and 17,609 deaths. more
A proposed budget deal being considered by Arizona legislators could allow residents to keep more of the money they earn, but it also could have a chilling effect on the budgets of cities like … more
Peoria City Council authorized a Water Infrastructure Financing Authority loan in an amount not to exceed $17.7 million with $1 million in forgivable principal to expand the city’s reclaimed water system. more
With West Valley growth dictating a major expansion for Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Glendale emerged as the best site. more
The Crystal Lagoons Island Resort, which is slated to come to Glendale, is getting closer to officially breaking ground. more
While next year’s likely Colorado River water shortage declaration will not impact Valley cities’ water supplies, those cities are planning for a drier future, both in the short-term and … more
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