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A section of Arizona Route 87 will be closed intermittently during daytime hours starting Wednesday, Aug. 3. The Western Area Power Administration will be repairing power lines in the area … more
In a move to service existing Arizona-based clients as well as capture new business in one of the fastest growing markets in the United States, Rutan & Tucker LLP has announced the opening of an … more
As the countdown to the classroom starts for thousands of students across the Valley, Scottsdale Fashion Square has become style-central to help them put their best foot forward on day one. more
Primary elections take place tomorrow. Here’s what’s on the local ballot for Queen Creek. Town Council Four people are vying for three seats on the Queen Creek Town Council. Only … more
Primary elections take place tomorrow. Here’s what’s on the local ballot for Florence. Town Council With current Councilmember John Anderson not running for reelection, Vice Mayor … more
At tonight’s Florence Town Council meeting, Councilmembers John Anderson and Judy Hughes will ask the council to table a proposal to build a town facility in Florence’s historic … more

Two members of the J.O. Combs Unified School District’s Governing Board have abruptly resigned just as the question looms over whether an election will be held in November for two board … more
Youth performers from Queen Creek, San Tan Valley and across the East Valley will take to the Mesa Arts Center stage Aug. 4-14 in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” The … more
Mesa police announced Monday they have arrested a 35-year-old man who was driving the car in which his wife was killed after it crashed Sunday afternoon. Police said the incident occurred just … more
This August, Proposition 464 will be on the ballot.  You may have seen the signs urging you to vote yes on Proposition 464 and “Protect Public Safety”, but what does this proposition … more
School is in session, but the Florence Unified School District is facing many of the same staffing challenges that school districts across the state are grappling with. Rita Ann Reznick, director … more
A commercial warehouse and office is planned west of Ellsworth Road and south of Pecos Road in Mesa. The Mesa Design Review Board on July 12 voted unanimously to approve the design and site plan … more
The words of two East Valley women will bring smiles and promote safety along Arizona freeways.Kristen Brown and Lisa Hayes were selected winners of the Arizona Department of Transportation’s … more

Two suspects have been arrested in connection with a Friday night stabbing near 660 S. College Ave. in Tempe, authorities said. The stabbing occurred at approximately 11:45 p.m. Friday, July 29, … more
Commercial building permits listed June 24-28 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
Construction work will close several ramps on Interstate 10 and US 60 in Tempe until Monday, Arizona transportation officials said. The ramps, which closed Friday night as part of the Broadway … more
The Tempe Public Library has partnered with a local nonprofit to warn teens about the potential dangers of dating.  more
The Scottsdale Police Department is conducting mass casualty event training from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3, in the entertainment district of Old Town Scottsdale. more
The couple opened LuLu’s Taco Shop in 1989 near downtown Gilbert. Today, more than 30 years later, the restaurant continues to flourish—with family at the center of it all. more
Florence Police report of incidents between July 11 and July 16: Traffic accident reported at 10:47 a.m., July 11, at West Hunt Highway and North Felix Road Officer observed multiple bales of hay … more

The Scottsdale Police Department’s Forensic Services Division collected school supplies to benefit Vista del Camino families who might not have been covered by other back-to-school … more
Monsoon rain Thursday afternoon flooded roads and washes in Apache Junction where police reported they had to make several rescues. Most areas reported more than an inch of rain, and some … more
Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap, has arranged the sale of Dolce Villagio Lofts, a multifamily townhome community in Tempe, for $21.3 million. more
The opening bell has rung at Queen Creek Unified School District’s new high school. Today, more than 1,000 students started the new school year at Crismon High School. The campus is in its … more
The opening bell has rung at Queen Creek Unified School District’s new high school. Today, more than 1,000 students started the new school year at Crismon High School. The campus is in its … more
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