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A Goodyear man charged with disrupting a polling place in 2018 by videotaping in violation of the state’s “75-foot-limit” statute has been sentenced to six months’ probation and fined $400 after pleading guilty. more
A contested senate race and Arizona becoming a potential swing state is bringing with it approximately $260 million in campaign advertising spending. That data comes courtesy of New York-based … more
Coronavirus cases in Maricopa County are coming in higher than recent weeks’ average, even as deaths fluctuate around the region. more
For the third day this week, Maricopa County public health data showed the number of coronavirus cases and deaths above what had been a lower average. Data from the Maricopa County Department of … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Republican Sen. Martha McSally and her Democratic challenger Mark Kelly meet Tuesday in what's likely to be the only debate of the campaign. more
PHOENIX (AP) — Republican organizations are appealing a federal judge's ruling that pushes back Arizona’s voter registration deadline by nearly three weeks because of the … more
Arizona tourism spending was hammered by closures and restrictions caused by COVID-19, falling $9 billion year-over-year through August. more
County public health data showed high numbers of new coronavirus cases but a low number of virus deaths Thursday. Data from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health reported 333 new cases … more
A Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputy was charged with two counts unlawful sexual conduct and placed on administrative leave over the weekend. more
A Surprise man was arrested last month and charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a man he appeared to have been living with. more
A Glendale man has been charged with second-degree murder after fatally shooting one of his roommates. He was also charged with dangerous drug possession and use for methamphetamine. Tyrell Rashad … more
Leadership West, the West Valley's leadership group, is embarking on its 27th year with a new class of local business and government leaders. The 17-member class will spend the next nine months … more
PHOENIX — Prosecutors have declined to criminally charge an Arizona state trooper in the fatal shooting of a Black man during a roadside struggle nearly four months ago that inspired protests … more
Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park reopened Sept. 3 with rave reviews from visitors and moved forward Sept. 19 with the second phase of their reopening plan. more
Following the revelation of the printing press, words have been weaponized, propaganda espoused and disinformation integrated into democratic societies. But in the 21st century, media consumers can … more
Programs for hungry and vulnerable people in Arizona are not immune to social upheaval related to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. more
Valley restaurants are ready to safely welcome you back to their tables welcome the dining public to support local restaurants and their employees during Arizona Restaurant Week. more
Some area businesses can cash in on valuable rebates for employing technology that uses ultraviolet radiation to scrub germs from the air in their facilities. more
Abrazo West Campus has launched two new graduate medical residency programs offering medical school graduates required experience in a variety of different specialties as they transition to their chosen area of practice. more
Abrazo Health is reminding everyone that heart disease remains the No. 1 killer of men and women in the United States and is urging people not to delay seeking heart care at a hospital or doctor’s office during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
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