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A contract for more than $16 million is up for Scottsdale City Council approval to replace and improve portions of Civic Center Plaza in its pursuit to be an “event ready” venue. If … more
The city of Buckeye’s growth marches on at Tuesday’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. A 145-unit housing plat for part of a major development is up for preliminary approval when … more
The city of Buckeye’s continue growth is justifying the West Valley community in adding new positions.The city, by virtue of a 6-1 decision at the Jan. 18 regular Buckeye City Council meeting, … more
When Judie Cole, 78, and Louise Halotek, 82, met in Peoria in 2009, their relationship blossomed into something special and unexpected. It reached a creative turning point a few years later when they began attending together the Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Colorado. more
The company that produced a vehicle being used in Peoria’s recently relaunched autonomous vehicle pilot program suddenly closed Friday. more
Goodyear police are searching for a 72-year-old man who disappeared from Abrazo West Campus early Wednesday, and is considered a missing and endangered adult.  Percy Mercado was transported … more

Abrazo Health hospitals are inviting nurses to virtual hiring events on Thursday, Jan. 20 and Thursday, Jan. 27 to learn about job opportunities. more
Mike Frazier needed just a little more than six minutes to say goodbye to a public service career of more than 46 years total — including 11 years in Surprise, first as police chief, then lastly three years as city manager. more
Amazon is expanding in Tempe and bringing more than 500 jobs along for the ride. more
Autonomous vehicles have come to Peoria. more
Some much-needed medical care will come to Buckeye when Abrazo Health breaks ground on a new development later this year. more
The year 2021 will be remembered much like 2020 was for the prevalence of COVID-19 across the world. more
Colder overnight lows mean switching the thermostat to the heat setting, and emergency department doctors at Abrazo Health say it’s a good time to keep a few household safety tips in mind. more

Deer Valley Unified School District is joining districts across the country in changing its grading scales for students, and it may be the first in Arizona to do so. more
After a delay, the city of Peoria will be testing an autonomous shuttle, RoboRide Medical, as part of a four-month pilot program, according to a news release. more
In a year when many Arizonans are back to some normalcy, with travel on the rise and holiday gatherings returning, flu season is off to a slow start. But Valley health experts say we have yet to see the worst of it. more
GILBERT - #3 seed Williams Field ended Mountain Ridge’s playoff run Nov. 26 as the Black Hawks routed the #11 Mountain Lions 52-17 to continue onto the 6A semifinals.  Junior … more
Packets containing the legally required documents needed to run for a seat on the Apache Junction City Council will be available at the City Clerk’s Office beginning Wednesday, Dec. 1. The … more
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