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Per the request of two Peoria Unified board members, district officials will be writing up policy requiring bathrooms be gender binary, that is — either male or female. more
PHOENIX — State senators voted Tuesday to require new elections any time a certain number of voters claim they were “disenfranchised.” Senate Bill 1694, given preliminary … more
A permit was recently approved to allow for the development of a fourplex housing development north of West University Drive and west of North Country Club Drive in Mesa. The Mesa Board of … more
Much like the school itself Ironwood High’s wrestling program was built brick by brick, though getting the wrestling program operating at a high level took decades. So it’s only … more
Tempe’s Coalition for Affordable Housing is seeing rapid growth and success as it works to put a roof over the heads of local residents. more
Sun City firefighters were just starting the process of establishing a peer support team when they suddenly needed one themselves. more

PHOENIX — Insisting that a “made in USA” label means more security, state lawmakers are moving to require that all election equipment be built only with domestic components and assembled in this country. more
Two Phoenix men have been sentenced in a murder case that took place in 2012, where a body was found decomposed in the southwest Valley desert. more
A plan for a 546-unit multi-family development on 23 acres near the northeast intersection of East Indian Bend Road and North Scottsdale Road cleared its last hurtle before construction last week. … more
PHOENIX — Saying he was doing what the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. would have wanted, a Queen Creek senator got Republican colleagues to vote to outlaw diversity, equity and inclusion programs in state and local governments and the university system. more
Gas prices in Phoenix and most East Valley cities jumped nearly 20 cents a gallon overnight, AAA Arizona reported Most East Valley communities saw regular gas selling for an average of $4.45 on … more
Banner Gateway Medical Center threw open the doors to its new, five-story patient tower and additional areas Tuesday, March 21, doubling the size of the hospital.   The $243-million … more
Maricopa County has agreed to pay $1.75 million stemming from a 2021 incident where a sheriff’s detective shot a woman in Paradise Valley. Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office … more

A new future is in the works for Fiesta Mall’s abandoned carcass in Mesa.The Fiesta Mall, 1445 W. Southern Ave., has been vacant for about four years. But its new owners have submitted … more
A Gilbert resident and frequent critic of Mayor Brigette Peterson is part of two notices of claim against the town filed Monday related to his ejection from a September town council … more
The Pinal County Attorney’s Office has been authorized by the board of supervisors to enforce a Civil Hearing Office finding of violations against Boyd Leatherman of 2525 S. Mariposa Road near … more
Peoria City Council approved the annexation of about 19.1 acres of the privately owned property known as McCoy Business Park, near 75th and Northern avenues. more
With less than a month left in the season, the AARP Tax-Aide program in Sun City is going strong. more
PHOENIX — The new head of the Department of Public Safety said there is “a disproportionate use of force against people of color” on a nationwide basis. more
Nothing can bring her son back after losing him in the Vietnam War, but on Winnie Ortals’ 100th birthday, March 18, she watched her son being recognized for his service and sacrifice for his … more

The city of Phoenix is making plans for how to spend the several millions of dollars per year it will receive from the state’s opioid settlement funds to help curb opioid and substance abuse in … more
WASHINGTON – When the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Monday in Arizona v. Navajo Nation, it will be considering fairly technical legal questions, but the answers could have a large impact on water allocation in the Colorado River basin. more
PHOENIX - A Phoenix lawmaker is attempting to salvage at least part of his controversial plan to override local zoning rules in the name of affordable housing, a proposal one Scottsdale legislator … more
Higley USD is working to implement the “Higley-ized” version of “Portrait of a Graduate” that the Governing Board adopted last May.  But the effort has come under some … more
Surprise’s long-awaited signature event is finally here. more
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