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A mega-event like Super Bowl 57 means tight security measures, and the Glendale Police Department will be assisting a host of agencies at and around the big game Sunday, Feb. 12, at State Farm Stadium. more
Glendale detectives seized several pounds of drugs and thousands of pills during a search warrant execution. more
A discussion on how the city will accept – or not accept – its share of money from Maricopa County with regards to the nationwide opioid settlement will lead to more discussion for now. more
The Arizona State University Police Department began its work 75 years ago with 10 patrolmen serving 10,000 students on a 310-acre campus. Today, it is an agency of nearly 200 total staff … more
The past two years have seen 67 fatal car crashes in Glendale, and the city’s transportation department is looking for ways to improve safety on local roadways. more
The Arizona Cardinals will move forward without Kliff Kingsbury or Steve Keim. more

The city of Glendale offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. more
Saturday marks your last chance to see downtown Glendale lit up for Christmas. more
Glendale will look at how the nationwide opioid settlement funds may – or may not – include a payout of $2.2 million to the city. more
A four-car collision Thursday morning left two people seriously injured, the Glendale Police Department reports. more
A Valley family is celebrating the new year with the gift of life — a healthy newborn girl — arriving just four minutes after midnight. more
With 2023 here, just a reminder that there will not be a Luke Days air show this spring. more
Drawing from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (missingkids.org), the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (namus.gov), and The Charley Project (charleyproject.org), here is a list of both adults and children classified as missing as of Dec. 30. Some of the listings appear in more than one of the agencies. more

One nonprofit has come up with a new way to combat homelessness and the high cost of housing in the Valley. more
With groundbreaking on an affordable housing development in Glendale approaching, the city next month will submit a request with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for grant money to support the project. more
A car crash in Glendale on Wednesday afternoon left one person dead. more
The city of Glendale’s Solid Waste Department has established several sites around town where residents can take Christmas trees for recycling from Monday, Dec. 26 through Jan. 8. Single, … more
Deployments are never easy for military families. more
A hundred years ago, December, 1922, Christmas in Glendale, a city of less than 3,000 people, was notable for its spirit of giving. more
Volunteers and members of the Glendale Police Department came together Thursday to bring Christmas toys to some of the city’s most in-need children. more

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Wilmer Tinoco definitely had his hands full Thursday morning. more
The Glendale Police Department on Wednesday announced that one of their officers has died. more
With the new year in sight, now is the perfect time to look back at the biggest stories in Glendale in 2022, according to you, our online readers. more
A Glendale firefighter has died, the department announced. more
Camron Olivas has been suspended at least five times throughout middle and high school for being late to class. more
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