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The heat is escalating, and the city of Scottsdale is searching for a solution. During the past two decades, the Scottsdale Airport has averaged 93 days each year with temperatures of 100 degrees … more
Mesa police said a man was killed Friday after a driver struck him with his vehicle, returned to run him over and then stomped on his head multiple times before being stopped by a witness. Police … more
Gilbert Public Schools has been busy upgrading security, including more work on school lobbies this summer to increase safety. Superintendent Shane McCord acknowledged at a governing board study … more
Gilbert Public Schools is moving ahead with a second phase to the district’s energy project that will bring lighting upgrades, smart irrigation and some artificial turf. The district will be … more
Valley Allstate agents are uniting to collect gift cards in support of a local organization that works to eliminate barriers to graduation for homeless youth. Agents at nine Allstate locations … more
Commercial building permits listed July 15-21 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

The look and landscaping of a planned Mesa police, fire and medical public safety facility north of Brown Road on the east side of Power Road recently was discussed by the Mesa Design Review … more
As neon lights replaced the setting sun one recent Friday evening, the city’s nightlife scene came alive along Mill Avenue, a popular spot near Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. Some revelers arrived by car, but others stepped off a new streetcar that makes several stops along Mill and winds through other parts of downtown. more
Florence Police report of incidents between July 25 and July 31 Threatening reported at 5:26 p.m., July 25, at West Adamsville RoadOfficer was dispatched to a report of threatening. Staff members … more
Storms in Scottsdale on Friday brought down power lines, trapped motorists and required a helicopter water rescue of a woman stranded on a wall in a park. Power lines came down  across … more
Pinal County’s problematic primary election cycle has come to a close. At a special meeting on Friday, Aug. 12, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved the canvass of the election … more
Gilbert residents could in the coming months be asked to step up their game when it comes to water conservation. What will be asked of residents depends largely on what is in a U.S. Bureau of … more
On Aug. 11, thousands of new students began their collegiate journey by moving onto the Arizona State University campus. For many, this is the first time they’re living independently, and this can foster both excitement and anxiety. more

SVN Desert Commercial Advisors Justin Horwitz, Paul Borgesen and Richard Lewis recently closed the $1,275,000 sale of Mesa Office Plaza, a 5,157-square-foot office building at 625 W. Southern Ave. in … more
Community members can choose one of four free dental treatments, including cleanings, fillings, extractions, or exams and X-Rays. more
Along with addressing the errors that took place during the primary election, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors also looked at major comprehensive plan amendments for rezoning. Much of the … more
Mesa Mayor John Giles this week honored Troy Kotsur, a Mesa native and  the first deaf man to win an Academy Award, with a key to the city. The event took place Thursday, Aug. 11,  at … more
Universal free school meals ended after two years due to USDA regulations, which means families who require this service need to file an application to receive free or reduced meals, according to the … more
Danieli, a manufacturer of metalmaking plants and machines, recently opened its west coast service hub at 4631 S. Power Road Suite No. 110 in Mesa’s Gateway area. The business has global … more
Early 2023 will bring a string of special events to the Valley, and many visitors will be looking for things to do as they wait for the Super Bowl to kick off or golfers to tee off. The McDowell … more

Scottsdale Community Bank announced its new Lemonade Stand Microloans program, a creative concept for small businesses, that was rolled out during the anticipated grand opening of the new bank. more
Robinhood Markets, the free stock-trading platform that boomed during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, has closed its Tempe office.  more
Starting the school year, college students are expected to come to class ready with a catalog of supplies from books to computers. Not all students can afford to keep up with the changing demands for school supplies, however one couple looks to solve this issue at Coronado High School. more
A new stretch of highway opened Aug. 11 in the East Valley when the Arizona Department of Transportation extended State Route 24 another 4 miles between Williams Field Road and Ironwood Drive. The … more
Events company IMG reported Thursday it had bought a majority stake in Barrett-Jackson, the premier collector car auction and live events company. IMG, which owns, operates and commercially … more
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