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With the Fourth of July holiday right around the corner, it is important to know what types of fireworks are legal within Queen Creek, when they can be used, how to safely use them and tips to be … more
Salt River Project had a goal to have 23,000 electric vehicles in the SRP service territory by the end of its fiscal year 2022. By the end of April, there more more than 29,200 EV’s leased … more
PHOENIX - The Biden administration is planning to sue Arizona over a new state law sponsored by a Queen Creek legislator that requires proof of citizenship to vote for president. Kristen Clarke, … more
Mesa police were searching Saturday morning for a suspect in connection with an officer involved shooting. No officers were injured in the shooting.The incident occurred about 1:45 a.m. in the area of W. … more
Commercial building permits listed June 2-8 in Mesa City Council District 6 in southeast Mesa are, according to the city’s website (by address, date issued or in review, description, value, … more
Arizona could see a significant return on investment from the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies, with economic gains as high as $4.8 billion, according to an analysis by Rounds Consulting Group of Tempe. more

Queen Creek residents should expect heavy traffic in the southeast part of town this holiday weekend. According to a town press release, increased traffic is expected to be especially busy on … more
Scottsdale detectives have arrested Jason Ullerich on several charges, including attempted sexual concuct with a minor. The arrest occurred June 29 after police said the suspect “initiated … more
The Scottsdale Police Department, in collaboration with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, will be conducting DUI task forces and saturation patrol from July 1 through July 4, for the … more
As more concern rises about water shortages and how cities can prepare for the future, residents may wonder how they can assist in conserving this valuable resource in their daily life. more
72SOLD, a real estate company which spearheads the initiative of selling homes in 72 hours, is thrilled to welcome former 12News Arizona Midday Host Destry Jetton to its team. more
The Mesa Fire and Medical Department announced recently that Deputy Chief Forrest Smith has been selected as the new assistant fire chief replacing Assistant Chief Mike Dunn, who is retiring in … more
With Fourth of July just days away, the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce is showing that it’s never too early to be thinking about the winter holidays. The chamber announced in a press … more

The Apache Junction City Council mayoral election is nearly here. The 2022 primary election is Aug. 2 and will include two candidates for the office of mayor: Mehmood Mohiuddin and Chip … more
Scrubs & Beyond, an omnichannel retailer of health care apparel and accessories, is expanding its service to Valley health care workers with the opening of a new brick-and-mortar store in … more
SRP officials said they have received multiple reports in the last several weeks of scammers targeting customers and asking for payments via Zelle. And scam acivity tends to increase over holiday … more
Signed Jemez pottery, Acoma pieces, art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, along with dish sets, decorative items and much more will be featured in the upcoming “Summer Market” in Fountain Hills. more
Arizona has struggled with a shortage of teachers for years, but the problem was only exacerbated by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  more
A well-known restaurant and family entertainment chain is coming to Queen Creek. Queen Creek Marketplace announced in a press release that Dave & Buster’s has begun construction on its … more
Arizona State Parks and Trails is updating its reservation system to support the needs of nearly three million visitors annually. The new system will be in place by July 25 and all existing … more

Mesa residents have a new place to delight in aviation with the opening of a newly renovated aircraft viewing area at Falcon Field Airport. The viewing area is located adjacent to the airport … more
Scottsdale City Council recently approved over $1.9 million for nonprofit agencies that provide programs and services to assist thousands of people who are at risk and in need. more
An Arizona soccer team with seven Queen Creek girls is heading to a major national tournament in July. The U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships take place July 18 at the ESPN Wide World of … more
Scottsdale’s fight to have flight paths to and from Sky Harbor International Airport reevaluated has come to a disappointing close after several years of legal battle. On June 24, the United States … more
Scottsdale’s Tuesday, Aug. 2, primary election is the first step toward selecting three City Council members who will take office in January 2023. A general election will be held Tuesday, … more
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