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WASHINGTON — It’s unclear which came first in Pinal County, the houses or the people filling them. What is clear is both continue growing at some of the fastest rates in the state and, in … more
A security guard and a stabbing suspect were injured Monday morning during a fight at a shopping mall in north Scottsdale, police said. Police responded to a call to assist security about 12:40 … more
A 12-year-old boy was hospitalized after sustaining a gunshot wound to the chest in Tolleson on Sunday evening, according to Tolleson police. more
Meals of Joy, a Litchfield Park-based nonprofit, provides hot, fresh, nutritious meals to seniors across the West Valley. Larry Cervarich, the organization’s founder, said Meals of Joy offers … more
A 28-year-old Phoenix man has been sentenced to 101 months in prison for causing a crash that killed a person suspected of being in the United States illegally, authorities said. Andres … more
Not every 911 call ends in an arrest, and many times police officers find themselves wanting to help crime victims and others in need without official resources to do so. more

Phoenix City Council members are speaking out against attempts in the state legislature to remove rental taxes, which would result in an annual revenue cut of about $80 million for Phoenix. They … more
PHOENIX – After sustaining a back injury in the military and undergoing two surgeries, Anthony Pressley found himself addicted to pain pills and gaining weight rapidly. Before he knew it, … more
Discover Strength will soon be hosting a grand opening event to celebrate its new Scottsdale location. Taylor Triplett serves as general manager of the fitness center, and is excited to be in … more
Real estate development firm The McBride Cohen Company, financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, and full-service real estate firm Silverstein Properties announced the latest closing of financing for the first construction phase of South Pier at Tempe Town Lake. more
Tempe invests in community health and well-being with the opening of a family advocacy center that serves all victims of crime at one centralized, confidential location. more
The Maricopa Association of Governments is doing a study on longterm transportation plans for the area south of Apache Junction and Mesa. MAG will be holding a virtual community meeting at 6 … more
Tempe has accepted $50,000 into its budget to aid in the operation of heat-relief services. more

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers that pavement improvements on Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway between Priest Drive and Loop 101 Price Freeway will require several weekend … more
When Under Secretary for Personnel and Readiness Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. put the pen to the page and completed his signature for a new military policy in May, Peoria residents Patrick and Teri Caserta breathed a sigh of relief. more
Since starting its mission in 2009, Honor Flight Arizona soon will hit an important milestone: its 100th trip providing a special service for local war veterans. more
The Maricopa County Department of Transportation announced Saturday morning that several recreation sites along the Salt River are at full capacity. The Pebble Beach, Blue Point, Butcher Jones … more
Police have arrested a 20-year-old man in a string of deadly shootings that began in Phoenix and ended Saturday in Mesa. Iren Byers, 20, was booked into jail for four counts of first-degree … more
A man was killed and three others injured early Sunday morning at a home in Litchfield Park, officials said. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the home near 127 th … more
One national beer brand used to claim its product came “from the land of sky blue waters.” Gilbert’s Desert Monks Brewery Co. doesn’t make that claim, though the water it … more

Two of the top 15 Valley intersections measured for highest crash risk are in Glendale. more
PHOENIX – On a scorching September day in 2018, Stephanie Pullman, a 72-year-old woman living in Sun City West, was found dead in her home. According to the coroner, her death was due to … more
Sonoran University of Health Sciences has partnered with Tempe Elementary School District to provide free health care to the approximately 11,000 children and their families who attend the 23 district schools.  more
PHOENIX – A Gilbert lawmaker called "a little bit disingenuous" a Tucson Democrat’s contention that she hid Bibles at the Arizona Capitol as a peaceful protest. Rep. Stephanie Stahl … more
Mesa police are investigating four separate shootings that left three people dead and one person recovering in the hospital, authorities said Saturday. Officers have identified an investigative … more
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