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A portion of a public road no longer necessary is set to go nowhere as Scottsdale City Council consents to abandon an unimproved right-of-way in the area of north 86th Place and east Montello Road. more
Police say a suspect is dead after several armed robberies and a shooting at convenience stores in Scottsdale and Mesa. Scottsdale police say a shooting broke out around 3 a.m. Friday, July 3 near … more
Scottsdale voters will see a ballot of five candidates seeking to become the next mayor of “The West’s Most Western Town.” The City of Scottsdale hosts a primary election … more
Scottsdale Trolley will begin a phased return to service starting Monday, Aug. 3. The first phase will include service from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays only on the 68th/Camelback (68CM), … more
Arizona has surpassed 87,000 cases of the novel coronavirus as of Thursday morning. The Arizona Department of Health Services reports 87,425 cases and 1,757 deaths of the novel coronavirus, up … more
Like an old-fashioned game of freeze tag, many norms synonymous with going back to school are at a standstill until things can somewhat melt back to normal. more
A lawsuit between Five Star Development --- the entity behind the forthcoming Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley --- and the Town of Paradise Valley has emerged in the Superior Court of Arizona, records … more
The Valley Metro Regional Public Transportation Authority and Valley Metro Rail boards of directors have elected officers for the fiscal year of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. more
The Coalition of Greater Scottsdale --- known as COGS --- Board of Directors has withdrawn its endorsement of City Council candidate Guy Phillips. In a 24-hour membership online survey, an … more
A Mountainside Fitness location in Scottsdale was cited a class 1 misdemeanor for violating Gov. Doug Ducey’s June 29 order mandating the closure of gyms. On June 30 at approximately 9:45 … more
The Scottsdale Police Department has arrested eight additional individuals in the ongoing investigation into the downtown Scottsdale riots of May 30, officials say. A juvenile male Valley resident … more
Arizona is reporting its most day-to-day cases and deaths as the state surpasses 84,000 cases of COVID-19. The Arizona Department of Health Services reports 84,092 cases and 1,720 deaths of the … more
Scottsdale Leadership has announced the graduation of 41 emerging leaders from the 34th Core Program offering. This program invests in people at many levels, who return to companies, … more
Guy Phillips answered the question everyone in Scottsdale has been wondering: Will he resign? The answer is, unequivocally, no. Mr. Phillips also isn’t suspending his campaign for … more
Americans have seen times when patriotism in the country was through the roof, especially during times of crisis, like World War II, Operation Desert Storm or after 9/11. more
Cronkite students placed first in the nation in the writing category of the prestigious Hearst Journalism Awards program. more
Arizona has surpassed 79,000 cases of coronavirus after the latest update from health officials. The Arizona Department of Health Services reports 79,215 cases and 1,632 deaths of the novel … more
When Olivia Riley was about 18-months-old, her parents, Kendra and Dave, noticed she was starting to move backward in both physical and mental cognitive development. Words Olivia knew and the … more
Scottsdale City Clerk Carolyn Jagger has announced her retirement from the city on Dec. 31 when her contract expires. Ms. Jagger is the longest tenured city clerk Scottsdale has employed, and is … more
Arizona health officials say the latest COVID-19 numbers in the state are not reflective of the total as of Monday morning after one of the labs did not submit their daily report in time. The … more
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