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Nikki Stratton, whose grandfather survived the attack on Pearl Harbor as a crewmember aboard the USS Arizona (BB-39), will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Veterans Day Commemoration in … more
Scottsdale residents, business owners and people who work in the city are invited to participate in a virtual public meeting to provide feedback on Scottsdale’s draft 2021 Transportation Action … more
About three months following the death of Scottsdale resident Robert “Bobby” Cuillo, who went missing from the Old Town entertainment area in July, Scottsdale Police are sharing new … more
Thousands of pounds of horse waste produced this year during events at WestWorld of Scottsdale will go on to become nutrient-rich soil for native desert plants through the city’s partnership … more
On Oct. 13, FBI and Phoenix Police Department officials worked together to arrest a 27-year-old woman accused of robbing four east Valley banks. Taylor Stewart, 27, was arrested without incident, … more
A Phoenix planning committee overruled city staff’s recommendation to limit the height of a planned high-rise apartment at Bell and Scottsdale roads after the developer said it would scrap the … more
A 261-unit, five-story apartment building is planned near Kierland Commons. The proposed project, called Davis Kierland, is slated for a 4.2-acre property southwest of 71st Street and Marilyn … more
One person has been arrested and booked on charges after a man was shot at a Scottsdale Holiday Inn on Oct. 11. Avinady Juarez “AJ” Gonzales, 20, was arrested by Scottsdale SWAT team … more
Farmers love them because they provide agricultural pollination, they produce more than $15 billion worth of crops in the United States each year, and every third bite of food taken is in thanks to: … more
The Scottsdale Police Department joins the Scottsdale Unified School District and the Cave Creek Unified School District to address an upcoming monthly TikTok School Challenge called, Devious Licks. more
A 23-year-old Phoenix man has been arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman with a baseball bat, burglarizing a city vehicle and more at Scottsdale’s Gateway Trailhead this week, police … more
Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega is asking the city council to evaluate a Developmental Review Board member’s ability to continue serving following their reported sequence of absences from board … more
An application for a new 400-unit multifamily development at the Cavasson campus north of Loop 101 has been filed in pursuit of approval by the city of Scottsdale. City documents show the … more
If you have feedback to give on Scottsdale’s Old Town character and zoning regulations, now is the time to put pen to paper. The city of Scottsdale is hosting two in-person open house … more
From gun violence then to a lingering virus now, the soil below where public education occurs has been labeled dangerous ground for American students for nearly a decade. Aside from the dangers … more
Several Phoenix-area community colleges are growing seed libraries to benefit students, faculty, the public and the wildlife that lives in Maricopa County. more
“Bee” aware, Scottsdale, this Halloween season may come with a not-so-sweet treat if the rate of bees, and other pollinators, continue to plummet. A recommendation letter by the … more
In preparation for this year’s monarch migration, Mayor Kate Gallego proclaimed September 2021 to be “Planting for Monarchs Month” in order to encourage Phoenix residents to plant … more
Ballots were mailed out to registered Scottsdale voters Wednesday to decide whether or not to ratify the city of Scottsdale General Plan 2035, a plan that contains the city’s goals and policies … more
The furry friends that hold a special place in our hearts leave lasting impacts that are oftentimes unforgettable. From the childhood dog you grew up with, to the cat you adopted while living … more
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