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Glendale will become the next Arizona city to consider adding an LGBTQ inclusive non-discrimination ordinance. more
Peoria is joining eight other West Valley cities to take a regional approach to some aspects of policing and to have officers’ conduct investigating by another city rather than their own department. more
With Arizona’s largest exotic animal collection, there are always new arrivals at Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park in Litchfield Park. The park announced May 6 the birth of two spotted and one melanistic endangered jaguar cubs. more
Unsafe private structures in need of demolition around Glendale will soon be coming down. more
TriWest Healthcare Alliance has been honored by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve with the Extraordinary Employer Support Award for its strong support of the National Guard and Reserve community. more
A suspect was shot in Glendale during an early-morning stand-off with police. more
Arizona has administered more than 5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine since December, with nearly 3 million individuals having received at least one dose and 2.27 million now fully vaccinated, Gov. Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) announced Friday. more
Stephanie Flynn is a Buckeye resident who experienced a stroke at age 34. Her story emphasizes the importance of knowing the signs of stroke and seeking immediate emergency care as May is recognized as national Stroke Awareness Month. more
He came to this country with just a few bucks in his pocket. A couple decades later, Tony Mangat is leading an effort to build a $50 million sports complex in Glendale. more
Royal Danish Air Force pilots have delivered the first two RDAF F-35A Lightning II fighter jets to Luke Air Force Base in preparation of pilot training. more
The loss of Glen Lakes Golf Course in Glendale has apparently been Desert Mirage Golf Course’s gain. more
State Rep. Joanne Osborne (R-13), chair of the House Health and Human Services Committee, has been appointed to serve as an opioid policy fellow through a year-long program established with the National Conference of State Legislatures. more
One longtime Glendale resident can recall when furry neighbors weren’t quite as plentiful. more
Rio Reimagined, Arizona State University, the city of Phoenix, and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality have come together for a day-long community cleanup effort this Saturday. The … more
Imagine going to the neighborhood football and hockey stadiums in Glendale to plunk down money for merchandise, a hot dog and a beer, and a bet on the game that’s about to begin. more
Glendale will be one of the host cities for the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup this summer. more
Managing almost 10,000 trees is a handful, indeed. Glendale has such a good system down, in fact, it’s tough to think about the “old days.” more
Glendale’s newest neighbors, in a newly-built home just a few blocks away from Historic Downtown, look like an ordinary family at first glance. more
A partnership between a Valley education institution and a business nonprofit is expected to help the West Valley upgrade its workforce and reduce barriers to higher education. more
The Deer Valley Unified School District governing board will take action on the resignation of a teacher under investigation for alleged inappropriate communications with students on social media. more
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