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The town of Florence has released a statment on the move earlier this week that the council took in firing Russ Martin as town manager. The firing, by a 6-1 vote, came just after Martin has been … more
The Del E. Webb Foundation has donated $100,000 to Hushabye Nursery to renovate approximately 1,000 square feet in their basement to create a new board room, two telehealth offices, two administrative offices, and one restroom. more
The Anasazi Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution provided breakfast and lunch to the honorees of the latest Honor Flight. more
Arizona’s top elections official says the No Labels party can’t block candidates from using its ballot line to run for office. That could boost efforts by opponents to force the movement for a … more
Desert Ridge Marketplace in Phoenix is getting ready to kick off its 5th annual Pumpkin Patch. more
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved agreements that will provide more than $3.75 million in funding dedicated to adding and rehabilitating housing in the West Valley. more

The Chandler Police Department asked the public for help Thursday after a district attorney returned a case to CPD involving animal abuse allegations. In a statement, Chandler Police said the … more
TikTok has become a key marketing channel for vendors promoting steroids and other bodybuilding drugs to millions of the app’s users, according to a report released Thursday that the social media … more
Three airplane hangars for Cunningham Aviation are to be constructed at Falcon Field Airport west of Higley Road and north of McKellips Road in Mesa. The planned look and landscaping for the … more
A Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott on Central Avenue in Phoenix is under new ownership. more
President Joe Biden on Thursday said the federal government will grant funds to Arizona to help design and build a new McCain National Library at Arizona State University. The McCain National … more
President Joe Biden paid tribute to the late Arizona Sen. John McCain Thursday while campaigning for a second term during a Tempe speech. The president announced “new federal funds” … more
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — An abortion opponent who broke into and burned what was to be Wyoming’s first full-service abortion clinic in at least a decade, delaying its opening by almost a year, was … more

Famed Notre Dame University alumnus and motivational speaker Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger will appear in Glendale for an inspirational speaking engagement. more
Not a lot is changing with the Valley’s housing market now with low supply, low demand and mortgage rates that haven’t been this high in more than 20 years. High mortgage rates along … more
Following a months-long review of ridership data and overall service costs, the city of Peoria will discontinue the POGO Destinations Pilot Program effective Monday, Oct. 23. more
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado city has reached a nearly $2.8 million settlement in a lawsuit filed by the mother of a man killed by police in 2021 after taking heroic actions to stop a gunman who had … more
In honor of Fire Prevention Awareness Week, Avondale firefighters will welcome the community into their “house” with an open house event. more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The new chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Thursday he is considering policy changes toward Egypt, Turkey and other countries as he took over the powerful … more
The Chandler City Council authorized the use of $2.25 million in state appropriations for specific Chandler Police Department expenses and purchases with a vote on its consent agenda during its Sept. … more

More than half the population of Nagorno-Karabakh has fled the breakaway region recently reclaimed by Azerbaijan, creating a mass exodus of ethnic Armenians. The migration began Sunday. By … more
FORT PIERCE, Fla. (AP) — Florida's high-speed passenger train service suffered the first fatality on its new extension to Orlando on Thursday when a pedestrian was struck in what appears to be a … more
Arizona and Utah will keep the iconic national parks in those states open if a federal government shutdown cuts off funding nationwide. People can keep visiting Arizona’s orange-striped Grand … more
Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona is celebrating its 30th anniversary with the Pure Imagination Costume Gala this fall. more
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans on Thursday are holding the first hearing of their impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden and their effort to tie the him to the business dealings to his … more
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