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The Apache Junction Police Department took the following reports of thefts Dec. 1-7: Theft, reported at 8:48 a.m. Dec. 1 in the 900 block of South Ocotillo Drive. Theft, reported at 11:30 a.m. … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Dec. 21 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Apache Junction, east Mesa, Gold Canyon and Queen Valley is 21,344 in ZIP codes 85118, 85119 and … more
Gilbert Police continue to investigate the crash that killed Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb’s son and granddaughter. Meanwhile, two online accounts have been created to raise money for the … more
The schedule of closures and schedules for city of Apache Junction facilities have been set for the upcoming Christmas and New Year’s holiday weekends. All government administrative offices will … more
Greater Phoenix, which includes data for Maricopa and Pinal counties, saw its annual gross domestic product climb 7.7 percent since 2019, the last full economic year before the pandemic. The … more
Defining what materials are allowed to be used as fencing in the city of Apache Junction is to be studied by city staff and brought before the planning and zoning commission and City Council. The … more

Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb’s 22-year-old son and infant grandchild died in the Friday afternoon crash in Gilbert, police said. “It is with heartfelt sadness to report the identity … more
An Apache Junction fraternal club has purchased four adjacent parcels and plans to use two buildings as a private dining area, the Apache Junction Planning and Zoning Commission was told … more
Preparations are underway in Pinal County for the point-in-time homeless count. The key to its success is the participating volunteers who conduct the count. The count is an annual street count to … more
Not considering parked horse trailers and toy haulers with living units as recreational vehicles as long as they are not being lived in was discussed recently by the Apache Junction Planning and … more
Once again Arizona Big Train Operators will be holding its annual Christmas open houses in December. On Dec. 17-18 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. members will open their G-scale train layouts to the public … more
The next Apache Junction Citizen Leadership Institute is scheduled for January-April 2023. This is your chance to learn about how municipal government works and find ways to engage in your … more
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of a theft, domestic violence and other incidents in Gold Canyon Nov. 18-30. Noise disturbance, reported at 7:17 p.m. Nov. 19 in … more

The Apache Junction Police Department took the following reports of sexual offenses Nov. 18-30: Sexual assault, reported at 4:54 p.m. Nov. 18 in the 1600 block of West Foothill Street. Sexual … more
Looking back at the most popular stories among readers in 2022, one thing is clear: Candidates running in the primary and general elections were top of mind this year. Analytics for YourValley.net … more
Apache Junction police are investigating a fatal "road rage" shooting Sunday night, authorities said. Jordan Toro, 41, was found shot near 21st Avenue and Vista Road, police said. Toro and … more
Central Arizona College will host “New Student Orientation” sessions in January. NSO is designed for anyone with questions about navigating the college experience. All students are … more
The repaving of residential streets is planned in Apache Junction in December, with seven sections Dec. 12-15. Work will entail the installation of a new asphalt surface and will occur during the … more
The first phase of installing a non-potable water reservoir in the city of Apache Junction has been approved with a $1.1 million agreement for administration and inspection services. The water … more
The city of Apache Junction Health and Human Services Commission has opened its application period for fiscal year 2023-24 funding. Funding is available to Apache Junction health and human service … more

The Apache Junction Police Department took the following reports of sexual offenses Nov. 11-17: Sexual offense — child abuse, reported at 1:09 a.m. Nov. 11 in the 2300 block of West Broadway … more
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office took the following reports of thefts and other incidents in Gold Canyon Nov. 11-17. Trespassing, reported at 8:16 a.m. Nov. 13 at East Peralta Heights and … more
The first phase of a project to double the Apache Junction water district’s 2-million-gallons-a-day capacity has been approved with a $2.3 million agreement for administration and inspection … more
Santa Claus is not the only one granting special wishes this holiday season. Jason Johnson, a special education teacher at Apache Junction High School, 2525 S. Ironwood Road, was one of 400 … more
No closures are scheduled for improvement projects on Phoenix-area freeways this weekend. The Arizona Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that work will be limited to areas of Buckeye … more
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