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Mark Kelly is reporting for duty once again, this time in a new role for the national figure: Arizona senator. Sen. Kelly, a Democrat from Tucson, was elected in the November general election to … more
The Town of Paradise Valley held firm to its belief in humanity as the 23rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration was held virtually Jan. 18 with awards and words of encouragement on improving race relations. more
Numbers provided by the Arizona Department of Health Services on Jan. 18 show 19,133 total cases of COVID-19 mapped to Scottsdale’s nine ZIP codes. City-wide, compared with numbers last week … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Exhausted nurses in rural Yuma, Arizona, regularly send COVID-19 patients on a long helicopter ride to Phoenix when they don't have enough staff. The so-called winter lettuce capital … more
While the ambiance was different for the 27th Annual Scottsdale Celebrates MLK Jr. Living the Dream event — a popular attraction that usually has gospel singers, a lavish dinner with clips showing Civil Rights footage in the background — the message of unity remains the same. more
The Scottsdale Police Department has made two arrests in a Dec. 8, 2020, deadly shooting of 53-year-old Andrea Marina Garcia, officials say. Just after 2 p.m. on Dec. 8, 2020, officers responded … more
PHOENIX (AP) — The pro-Trump mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol last week aimed to “capture and assassinate elected officials,” federal prosecutors said in court documents. The remarks came … more
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is scheduled to release an environmental review that will pave the way to create one of the largest copper mines in the U.S., against the wishes of a … more
After two previously failed attempts to draft and pass a state-required general plan, some Scottsdale officials are seeking to “do it right” this time around. “My concern is … more
Mayor David D. Ortega issued an emergency proclamation Wednesday, Jan. 13, that reestablishes a local face covering requirement in Scottsdale. Recognizing the surging COVID-19 numbers in Maricopa … more
A shared agreement between Scottsdale and Paradise Valley found sections of the local sewer system in need of repair. The completed work did not interrupt sewer service for residents, town … more
Scottsdale welcomed its first new mayor in 12 years yesterday, when David D. Ortega was sworn-in and took office. He was joined by three new City Council members, who all earned their seats at … more
The Daily Independent at is publishing submitted photos that highlight the community and showcase Arizona’s beauty. more
Scottsdale’s own UNESCO World Heritage Site --- Taliesin West --- has gone under some changes amid the COVID-19 pandemic, helping visitors to rediscover the past and legacy of Frank Lloyd … more
When it comes to connecting job seekers to paid apprenticeships, no one does it better than Maricopa County, according to a new report. The U.S. Department of Labor ranks Maricopa County No. 1 in … more
Just after 2 p.m. Jan. 12, Scottsdale’s four newly-elected leaders took the oath of office to represent their beloved community. In a private, outdoor inauguration ceremony held on the … more
The second subject in a Jan. 10 afternoon shooting altercation, which police officials say stems from road rage, is 27-year-old Scottsdale resident Andre Hall. Mr. Hall reportedly shot … more
More citizen input is needed for Scottsdale’s General Plan 2035 update, which now has a draft version available for review, Scottsdale City Councilwoman Kathy Littlefield says. Ms. … more
A man has died after being shot in Scottsdale on Sunday, officials say. The suspect in this case, Nathan Lindman, 42, died as a result of the gun shot injury, Scottsdale Police Department … more
Numbers provided by the Arizona Department of Health Services on Jan. 11 show 17,694 total cases of COVID-19 mapped to Scottsdale’s nine ZIP codes. City-wide, compared with numbers last week … more
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