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Two properties along Cactus Road in west Phoenix originally planned for commercial or restaurant development are now planned to add more housing. The North Mountain Village Planning Committee on … more
New Life Center, the state’s largest domestic violence shelter, announces it will open one of the first sexual violence and rape crisis centers 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, at 3826 N. 3rd St., The … more
While the official start of summer is still more than a month away, temperatures have already surpassed 100 degrees in some parts of Arizona. Arizona Public Service Co.  is partnering with local … more
Renting in the Valley isn’t going to get any easier as inflation and unit scarcity continue to drive prices higher, according to local leasing experts.Kristin Miller, an outgoing property … more
A life sciences boom is underway in midtown Phoenix, making healthcare and bioscience among the fastest-growing industries in the greater Phoenix marketplace — and Park Central is at the heart … more
Brightside Studios recently opened in central Phoenix, offering a unique spin on the traditional art studio for creatives in the Valley. Located at 839 E. Camelback Road, artists apply for a … more

Pinnacle West Capital Corp. announced Ted Geisler has been promoted to president of Arizona Public Service Co., the company’s principal subsidiary, effective May 16. Geisler, who currently … more
The Maricopa County Community College District and Phoenix College announced Dr. Kimberly Britt as the next President of Phoenix College. Britt will replace Interim President Dr. Clyne Namuo, who … more
Phoenix-based nonprofit Esperança made Día de las Madres a little brighter for local Latino families. The team is hosted a fiesta on campus for 75 low-income moms, complete with games, … more
Arizona has recieved another low ranking in education, this time when it comes to its teachers. A new report found Arizona is the worst place for teachers based on collection of data including … more
The city of Phoenix likely will be calling on business and residents in the future in order to deal with what are expected to be shortages in water to the state. City officials met with those from … more
Construction crews have nearly completed the first phase of a major Valley Metro light rail track installation project in downtown Phoenix as part of the South Central Extension/Downtown Hub light … more
Arizona homebuyers are getting a lot less home for their buck, at least according to a new report examining what can be bought for what is now the median price for a home in the U.S. That price, … more

T​​he Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department put into effect its annual ban of open fires in the city's desert parks and mountain preserves as of Sunday, May 1. The Maricopa County Parks and … more
The city of Phoenix made learning a priority during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that decision is the reason the National Civic League​ and the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading has named the city as … more
The city of Phoenix plans to spend $3 million more of its budget surplus on city services and projects. The three largest beneficiaries of the added funds will be a workforce training program for … more
The city of Phoenix Water Services and Office of Arts + Culture collaborated to transform a previously inaccessible lot into an engaging sculpture garden at 63rd Avenue and Osborn Road. The … more
The JCPenney at Paradise Valley mall will close and be added to the mixed-use redevelopment of the site. Updated plans also include adding two heavily shaded pedestrian walkways crisscrossing the … more
Hundreds of pro-choice demonstrators descended on the State Capitol in downtown Phoenix Tuesday, May 3, following a leaked draft U.S. Supreme Court majority opinion that would overturn two landmark … more
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams announced Tuesday she would retire this summer after six years leading the department, which is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice for possible … more

The top election official for one of the nation’s most scrutinized jurisdictions says things are ready and in place for Arizona’s upcoming primary and general elections. In fact, in … more
Aside from the Super Bowl generating hundreds of millions of dollars for the Valley and state, especially in the tourism industry, it’s also what amounts to a giant boost of free advertising … more
Body camera video released Thursday of the incident where a Phoenix police officer was shot sheds more detail about the suspect. Police said the suspect’s girlfriend told them he was suicidal … more
A new concourse, a post-security connector bridge between terminals at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and a new taxiway between runways that will cut down on travel times are among the … more
Local residents and businesses have an opportunity to support early childhood literacy during the month of May through Southwest Human Development’s virtual book drive, “Grow A … more
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