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The Apache Junction Police Department took the following reports of narcotics violations April 22-29: Drugs/narcotics violation — drug possession, reported at 12:51 a.m. April 22 in the 10 … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on April 28 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Mesa is 69,598 in ZIP codes 85201-85210, 85212, 85213 and 85215. It is an increase of 523 from a week … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on April 28 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Apache Junction, east Mesa, Gold Canyon and Queen Valley is 6,856 in ZIP codes 85118, 85119 and … more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers cannot limit how much errant drivers have to pay the people they kill or injure, the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled. The justices on Tuesday said there's nothing … more
BUCKEYE, Ariz. (AP) — A man suspected of driving while intoxicated and crashing into a Buckeye police sergeant’s cruiser last weekend has been arrested, according to police. They said … more
The city of Litchfield Park has teamed up with Public Surplus to auction off items no longer used or needed. more
PHOENIX — Political parties have no legal right to observe extra audits that counties perform on election equipment beyond those required by state law, a judge has ruled. In a decision … more
A face-mask policy put in place to stem the spread of COVID-19 has been lifted, making wearing of the items optional for students and employees, the Apache Junction Unified School District’s … more
Residents of Apache Junction can junk a load of trash during “Free Dump Week” May 10-15. During that week, the landfill offers Apache Junction residents a drop off opportunity at no … more
Motorists should expect alternating lane closures and delays on U.S. Highway 60 in Superior on Monday, May 10, while crews complete an oil flush. Work is planned between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m., … more
Phoenix City Council is beginning discussions of how to spend $416 million in coronavirus relief funds it will receive as a result of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan that Congress approved in … more
With Arizona months into its COVID-19 vaccination efforts, demand seems to be leveling off with supply and the focus is turning toward community health organizations to reach underserved populations. more
When it comes to being broadsided by the coronavirus pandemic, business meetings and conventions were at the epicenter of destruction in the Valley. “It’s no secret… Our … more
As Memorial Day approaches, the latest episode of Scottsdale’s new video/podcast series, Veterans AZ, is dedicated to those service members who lost their lives in the line of duty. … more
Phoenix continues to outpace other cities nationwide when it comes to appreciation of home prices. Last month, an S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller report released regarding home prices in the Valley during January found the region’s prices up 15.8% compared with a year ago and up 1.2% from December. more
Faced with losing one of its key water sources, a group of residents in Rio Verde in the East Valley want to form their own water district to search for new sources, while another group of residents … more
The state is mired in a two-decade-long drought, but most Surprise residents wouldn’t even know the difference judging by their normal water consumption. more
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Anze Kopitar had a goal and an assist to reach 999 career points and the Los Angeles Kings put a big dent in the Arizona Coyotes’ playoff hopes with a 3-2 win Monday … more
A Sun City senior center is ensuring easier access to COVID-19 vaccines with free transportation. more
When the Greater Arizona March of Dimes’ virtual fundraiser, March for Babies: A Mother of a Movement, goes live at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 8, a Goodyear boy who lost his twin brother shortly … more
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