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Andrew Mesquita has been announced as the city of Avondale new Human Resources director. more
WASHINGTON – Prosecutors are seeking a 17-year sentence for Arizona resident Edward Vallejo, one of nine members of the Oath Keepers convicted of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack on … more
The science and math textbooks used in classrooms within the Peoria Unified School District are out of date, so officials are saying it’s time for a change in learning materials. more
Recycling has become such a part of American life that most people hardly think about what goes into putting together a town’s “reduce, reuse, recycle” efforts. Queen Creek is … more
PHOENIX — A former University of Arizona swimming star said Wednesday anyone born male should not be able to compete in girls’ sports, no matter what the age. more
The upcoming special mail ballot election in Glendale will likely cost the city around $200,000. more

Unlike C.C. Ryder in the universally panned 1970 film “C.C. and Company,” Sun City resident Tom Loegoring will hit the road looking for good reviews for nonprofit organizations. more
The Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission approved on Tuesday a site plan for a 214-unit multifamily complex. more
PHOENIX— Attorneys general across the U.S. joined in a lawsuit Tuesday against a telecommunications company accused of making more than 7.5 billion robocalls to people on the national Do Not … more
At least one of the people speaking out with harsh rhetoric at recent Peoria Unified School District governing board meetings is coming with connections to a national conservative group. more
Tempe City Council has accepted close to $500,000 in grant funds from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health to support aging and older adults by enhancing its programs and services to be more inclusive and culturally appropriate. more
Authorities are looking for the driver of a pickup truck that may have run over a motorcyclist who was lying on a roadway after an earlier collision in Litchfield Park. About 9:30 p.m. May 19, a … more
The Chandler City Council approved some major changes to the city’s historic preservation code at a recent meeting. According to Development Services Director Derek Horn, the council … more

Bond questions in the amount of $160 million will officially go to Glendale voters this November. more
Phoenix City Council has put the bulk of a budget surplus toward employee pay. City Manager Jeff Barton called Phoenix employees the “most valuable resource” last week ahead of the … more
The pain-management medical business Neuragenex is to be in the Mesa Mercado Medical Office development planned west of Alma School Road on the south side of Southern Avenue in Mesa. The look … more
PHOENIX — Kari Lake said Tuesday she will appeal Monday’s ruling confirming the election of Katie Hobbs as governor, brushing aside the fact that the judge said her key evidence in seeking to overturn the result was legally irrelevant. more
PHOENIX – Andrea Rodriguez’s relationship with clothing is better now. It took her years of learning about her changing body and sense of self to realize it was not the clothes, but the … more
Picklemall, a modular indoor pickleball concept combining the reuse of mall spaces, technology and the love of the game, will debut its first U.S. location at Arizona Mills in July 2023. more
A Sun City woman is alive thanks to the two garbage collectors that serve her neighborhood. more

Y.H. Wu has taken in a Seattle Mariners game at Peoria Sports Complex and listened to some jazz music at Elevate Coffee Co. in Norterra among the activities he’s participated in since moving to … more
Avondale Police are requesting the help from the public to identify a man involved in a fatal police shooting near 10th Street and Riley Drive in Avondale earlier this year. more
Peoria Unified School District Superintendent Jason Reynolds has tendered his resignation, effective June 30. more
While school districts around the state are struggling to staff classrooms, the Florence Unified School District is working hard to defy the odds. According to a survey by the Arizona School … more
Tempe City Council approves new improvements to 30 of its bus stops in order to provide shade and shelter to public transit users as Arizona’s summer heat and blazing sun return. more
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