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Seven candidates for two Mesa Public Schools governing board seats have filed signatures to be on the ballot at the Nov. 8 election. According to the Maricopa County school superintendent’s … more
This is the second in a series of questions asked of Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board candidates. more
The United Food Bank announced Monday that its fifth annual Summer of a Million Meals Campaign was actually a summer of 3 million meals. Each year, United Food Bank and 12 News sponsor the campaign … more
The 43-year-old suspect injured in an officer-involved shooting in Mesa on Sept. 19 is in jail after being released from a hospital. Victor Manuel Pacheco faces assault and weapons charges … more
Four candidates are running for two seats that have full four-year terms on the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board.   more
The look and landscaping of a new Mesa police, fire and medical public safety facility recently was approved by the Mesa Design Review Board. The board on Sept. 13 voted 5-0 to approve the design … more

 A helicopter crashed in a desert area north of Mesa on Monday morning, and the two people on board survived, authorities said. Federal Aviation Administration officials said the Robinson … more
Commercial building permits listed Aug. 18-24 in Mesa City Council District 6 in southeast Mesa are, according to the city’s website (by address, date issued or in review, description, value, … more
The design of a building with a new council chambers and entrance to Mesa City Hall north of Main Street and east of Center Street was approved recently by the Mesa Design Review Board. The … more
Mesa educators, business leaders and city council members endorsed a community literacy initiative to ensure children are prepared for kindergarten at a Sept. 14 Education and Workforce Development … more
The Mesa Police Department took the following reports of a robbery and burglaries Aug. 30-Sept. 5: Robbery of an individual at a highway/road/alley/sidewalk Aug. 30 at East Sixth Avenue and South … more
The 43-year-old suspect inured in Monday’s officer-involved shooting in Mesa is listed in stable condition, and police said charges against him could included two counts of aggravated … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Sept. 21 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Mesa is 185,038 in ZIP codes 85201-85210, 85212, 85213 and 85215. That is an increase of 271 from … more

Seven candidates for two Mesa Public Schools governing board seats have filed signatures to be on the ballot at the Nov. 8 election. According to the Maricopa County school superintendent’s … more
Mesa police officer's pursuit of a domestic violence suspect Monday night led to a "high-risk traffic stop" and an officer-involved shooting, authorities said. The unidentified suspect was injured … more
Commercial building permits listed Aug. 14-17 in Mesa City Council District 6 in southeast Mesa are, according to the city’s website (by address, date issued or in review, description, value, … more
The city of Mesa planning division is holding a public meeting 6-7 p.m. Wednesday Sept. 21, to discuss proposed zoning ordinance text amendments concerning drive-thrus, temporary uses and outdoor … more
The 18-year-old driver of a car that crashed killing one person and injuring three others in Queen Creek has been released from the Maricopa County Jail after posting a $75,000 bond. Ezana Tessema … more
The Mesa Police Department took the following reports of thefts and burglaries Aug. 25-29: Burglary at a residence/home Aug. 26 in the 400 block of West Third Street. Theft/burglary from a … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Sept. 14 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Mesa is 184,767 in ZIP codes 85201-85210, 85212, 85213 and 85215. That is an increase of 451 from … more

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for overnight lane closures in mid-September on State Route 88 Apache Trail between Idaho Road in Apache Junction and the end of the … more
Republican Jake Hoffman, current District 12 Arizona state representative, will face off against Democrat Alan Smith for the District 15 state senate seat in November. Both Hoffman and Smith ran … more
A wireless communication tower planned for west of Ellsworth Road and north of Germann Road can exceed the 40-foot height limit and rise to 65 feet, the Mesa Board of Adjustment decided … more
Work funded through a community development block grant for improvements at Reed Park will be discussed at an in-person, open-house meeting 6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Eagles Community Center, 828 … more
Learn about plans for the Southeast Mesa Library to be constructed at 5036 S. Eastmark Parkway in Mesa at a live online virtual public meeting 6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, A short presentation will be … more
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