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Queen Creek’s proposed $867.1 million budget for fiscal year 2023-24 was given final approval Wednesday night by the town council. The budget grew by $137 million over last year’s budget … more
A long vacant property in Peoria has taken a major step toward revitalization. more
The Scottsdale City Council’s two and a half hour discussion on road diets that lasted until almost 10 p.m. May 16 was filled with accusations, disagreements and strong words but ended with … more
A Raising Canes restaurant with a drive-thru facility is planned north of McKellips Road on the east side of Power Road in Mesa. The look and landscaping for the development on 3 acres were … more
The Peoria City Council unanimously approved the fiscal year 2024 final budget, May 16. more
Speeding drivers continues to be a major concern for Sun City residents. more

On Tuesday night Buckeye’s chief financial officer shared a presentation looking at tentative budget for this city consisting of $565 million for fiscal year 2024. more
After Tempe voters rejected the Tempe Entertainment District featuring an arena for the Arizona Coyotes, the city is back at square one in developing one of its last viable plots of land. more
A new road to give direct access to the northern part of the Village at Prasada shopping center is coming to Surprise. more
Paradise Valley Town Council has unanimously approved the municipality’s tentative budget for fiscal year 2024. The final budget adoption and public hearing will be held Thursday, May 25. … more
The city of Avondale is making big plays to secure more water resources as the future of water security in Arizona is called into question amid decades-long drought. more
The city of Phoenix is putting special resources toward preventing crime, reducing homelessness and reducing blight in certain areas along Interstate 17. According to crime heat maps from the … more
A former Queen Creek massage therapist accused of sex crimes is back in the United States after he was arrested in Sonora, Mexico. The U.S. Marshals Service said Godfrey Diaz Romero, 63, was … more

Not long after projects from the last general obligation bond were completed, the city of Surprise is going to ask voters to approve more money for transportation and public safety. more
Queen Creek has broken ground on its new recreation and aquatic center. The state-of-the-art facility is set to open in 2024. The center will be located at the-under construction Frontier Family … more
Initial counts for the May 16 special election to approve or deny the proposed Tempe Entertainment District show voters rejected the project, according to unofficial results.  more
Last summer was the deadliest on record for heat-associated fatalities in Maricopa County amid a growing wave of homelessness. Public health data released by the county found 425 heat-related deaths so far in their investigation for 2022. more
The Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board voted May 16 to put two financial issues  on the November ballot. The district will ask voters to continue its 15% maintenance and operations … more
A scam involving a “limpia” or “spiritual cleansing” has resulted in thefts of money and valuables from homes in Mesa, police said. The victims primarily are members of … more
The six different applications for rezoning in the Sycamore Farms PAD combined into one action item may not split back up, or at least face significant changes. more

PHOENIX — Arizonans won’t be able to bring their guns legally onto college campuses, at least not this year. Gov. Katie Hobbs on Tuesday vetoed legislation crafted by Rep. Rachel Jones, R-Tucson, to bar public universities or colleges from adopting any rules that prohibit someone with a permit to carry a concealed weapon from bringing it onto campus. more
Two suspects are in custody to put Glendale homeowners a little more at ease. more
Hit the road, Jack. Which is what Arizonans are doing this Memorial Day at the end of the month. About 900,000 Arizonans are expected to take to the roads and skies during the holiday … more
The look and landscaping for a Salad and Go planned north of Baseline Road on the west side of Country Club Drive were discussed at a recent meeting of the Mesa Design Review Board. The … more
Tempe City Council renewed its contract with Dudley Oaks Hotel to provide immediate shelter for the city’s homeless population through leasing hotel rooms that will be available for both individuals and families. more
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