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The Surprise Human Service and Community Vitality department reminds Surprise and El Mirage residents that rent, eviction prevention and utility assistance programs are available for income eligible … more
PHOENIX - Gov. Doug Ducey is taking verbal slaps at schools that he contends are violating a law banning any requirement that students and staff wear masks. Press aide C.J. Karamargin said his … more
With COVID case totals on the rise nationally and in Maricopa County, the city of Glendale looks to be holding at a steadier rate. more
Thirteen fleet vehicles for Apache Junction police, library and parks and recreation and four items for the public works department will be purchased for more than $1.1 million, the City Council … more
Scottsdale and the Valley of the Sun can expect COVID-19 cases to continue rising among children for about four more weeks, one Valley doctor says, as the latest surge has some “shifts.” … more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 2,289 new coronavirus cases and 11 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 937,936 cases and 18,300 deaths. more
The Surprise Aquatic Center, 15831 N. Bullard Ave., is a step closer to become a little more colorful outside. more
Scottsdale police officials say they’re seeing a growing trend across the city, and it’s a dangerous one. Clocking speeds up to 100 mph — specifically on Scottsdale and Pima … more
PHOENIX - A new mandate by Phoenix Union High School District that students and staff wear masks remains in effect, at least for the time being, as do similar policies being adopted by other … more
The numbers clearly show a rise in COVID cases, hospitalizations and even deaths. As a result, talk is turning to a potential return to mask mandates indoors. more
Reconstructing a paved ramp at Falcon Field Airport in Mesa will cost $3,320,343, with the majority paid with federal funds and $520,343 from the city’s airport enterprise fund. Pavement is … more
One of the 10 most wanted businesses by Surprise residents is considering a debut in the city, while a popular coffee chain is ready to plant a second drive-thru location. more
PHOENIX — A judge has ordered the Senate to immediately produce the records it has related to the audit of the 2020 election — even those in the hands of Cyber Ninjas Inc., the private … more
PHOENIX — The outcome of a legal fight between Flagstaff and state lawmakers could affect the decision by residents of other cities whether they want to impose their own minimum … more
Calling all Anthem residents — is there a project you’ve always wanted your community to fund? Now is your chance to pitch ideas as a special committee is expected to be formed to hear … more
PHOENIX — Maricopa County won’t surrender the latest batch of documents and equipment demanded by the state Senate. At least, not most of what was subpoenaed.County officials did not … more
The federal eviction moratorium first imposed at the onset of the pandemic expired over the weekend, leaving thousands of Arizonans vulnerable to eviction, housing advocates warn. But a … more
How many motorists on Scottsdale Road were high on marijuana as you drove to dinner with your family last Friday night? The question isn’t so simple, legal experts say. Is a person who … more
Aaron Lieberman, the elected state representative for Legislative District 28 and Paradise Valley resident, has announced his bid for Arizona governor in the November 2022 election. Lieberman, a … more
Since his formidable years Queen Creek resident Jerome J. Ralston knew he wanted to be in business for himself. “I told my mom that I was going to be a businessman and she just … more
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