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PHOENIX (AP) — Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods, a longtime Republican loyalist who changed his registration to Democratic in 2018 because of his frustration at the party's direction and … more
The city of Litchfield Park has signed onto a plan that would allow for the transfer of up to $56,000 to the city as part of a landmark opioid settlement seven years in the making. more
The city of Phoenix is considering expanding its e-scooter program outside downtown. The city’s e-scooter pilot program that has operated in 2 square miles around downtown Phoenix has been … more
Earlier this week when the most dominant online real estate marketplace publicly announced it was halting its buying program here in the Valley of the Sun the news sent shock waves throughout the … more
PHOENIX — Maricopa County is now giving its employees until Nov. 30 to get vaccinated in order to receive $100. At Wednesday’s regular meeting, the county’s Board of Supervisors … more
PHOENIX — Seeking to force the issue, a Southern Arizona lawmaker wants Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate whether parts of a new Tucson policy requiring workers to be vaccinated … more
PHOENIX — Arizona's jobless rate finally dropped last month to where it was when the COVID-19 pandemic began. And the state has regained virtually all of the private sector jobs it … more
As part of Tempe’s burgeoning restaurant scene, two brand-new concepts helmed by seasoned local Chef Alexander Robinson are now open in the heart of the city’s downtown district at The … more
The mayor of Litchfield Park pledged in a Wednesday city council work study session his intention to better appropriate HURF dollars, instead of tapping into the general fund to pay for roadway … more
Art will soon “bloom” tall on Bullard Avenue. more
Anthem’s leaders are expected to approve the community’s 2022 budget during its regularly scheduled monthly meeting next week. Paul Conley, Anthem finance director, said the community … more
A Phoenix-based land development company is planning an 1,100-acre master-planned community near the western Maricopa County city of Tonopah. Vermaland is developing Verma Vistas III. Developers … more
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
Phoenix city courts sent many traffic cases online during the COVID-19 pandemic. The courts now plan to expand that pilot program so all traffic cases have the option of being held online. The … more
BUCKEYE — Buckeye’s City Council spent a small portion of Tuesday’s regular meeting deciding whether $923,000 should be spent. The council ended up unanimously approving a plan … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey contends the Tucson city council violated state law and one of his executive orders when it directed employees be vaccinated or lose their jobs. In a letter … 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
PHOENIX — The attorney for the Senate is asking a judge to delay any move to force lawmakers to immediately surrender some audit documents. In new court filings, Thomas Basile told Maricopa … more
Phoenix City Council last week adopted a plan to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in the city by 2050. The plan was a result of collaboration between all 29 city departments and several … more
GLENDALE — A Glendale location is one of many sites where West Valley residents can help reduce the risks of an ongoing health concern by giving blood. And that giving is needed, as blood … more
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