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PHOENIX — A judge has slapped down the latest claim by Cyber Ninjas that it doesn't have to respond to demands for public records — at least not from the public. Maricopa County … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Rep. Aaron Lieberman has become the second Democratic lawmaker to leave office to focus on a run for higher office. Lieberman announced Monday that he's immediately … more
SRP’s largest energy storage facility in Arizona is now online, located in Peoria, with the ability to supply 25 megawatts of power over a four-hour period, or enough energy to power about 5,600 typical residential homes. more
Phoenix, the fifth-largest metropolitan city in the country, continues to grow every day, and its transportation system cannot keep up. To address the traffic congestion, the city of Phoenix is in … more
In addition to high-profile bills and appropriation proposals that gained attention in the Arizona Legislature this spring, some lower-profile items had considerable impacts on Maricopa … more
MESA, Ariz. (AP) — Two students have been arrested for allegedly making false threats at the high schools they attend in Mesa, according to police. They said a 14-year-old girl attending Red … more
The city of Phoenix Arts and Culture Commission has composed and sent off both the final national and local nominations to be added to a civil rights memorial, with records dating back to the … more
Legislative District 28 Rep. Aaron Lieberman, from the Town of Paradise Valley, announced Sept. 20 he is resigning from the state legislature to focus on his campaign for Arizona … more
Over the course of the past 18 months, Arizona has amassed one of the highest COVID-19 fatality rates in the country. more
Keeping backyard bee colonies — at the moment — isn’t allowed in residential areas in Glendale, but that may change. more
PHOENIX (AP) — Senate President Karen Fann’s Sept. 10 press release was short on details but clear on one point – a senator had received a threat of some kind over the Senate’s audit of the … more
When Jordan and Lyric Dodd sat down last year and realized they had paid more than $20,000 in rent, it was that moment the couple realized homeownership was in their future. “I believe our … more
CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) — Three of the four men who suffered serious burn injuries in an explosion at a Chandler printing shop last month are out of the hospital now. A fundraiser was held Saturday … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Health officials in Arizona on Sunday reported 2,457 new COVID-19 cases and 26 additional deaths. The latest numbers increased the state’s totals to 1,066,803 cases and 19,513 … more
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — As Arizona's biggest hospitals fill up with COVID-19 cases, physicians in some of the state's smaller or more rural communities fear it's their patients who need specialty care … more
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — The Navajo Nation has reported 63 more COVID-19 cases and one additional death. The latest numbers released Saturday pushed the tribe’s totals to 33,513 confirmed … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel plans to return to work Monday after getting treatment for nearly three weeks for anxiety as well as an eating disorder and alcohol … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona on Saturday reported over 100 additional COVID-19 deaths for only the second time since February even as several metrics showed some slowing in the pandemic's current … more
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix-based charitable trust's investments over the last 15 months did well and dozens of social service groups, arts organizations and other nonprofits still navigating fallout … more
PHOENIX (AP) — A former Wickenburg school district official illegally hit pay dirt — up to 700 truckloads of it — from a district-owned excavation site and then used it for his own property, … more
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