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PHOENIX — On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Big Dig for Kids presented by Sundt Construction raised more than $751,000 for Phoenix Children’s. In its seventh year, this year’s day-long … more
The schedule of closures and schedules for city of Apache Junction facilities have been set for the upcoming Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s holiday weekends. All government … more
The Maricopa County Community College District has received accreditation approval from the Higher Learning Commission for seven bachelor’s degree programs throughout its Valley … more
The nation’s major shipping companies are in good shape to get shoppers’ packages delivered on time this holiday season. Carriers like the U.S. Postal Service, UPS and FedEx are expected to have … more
It’s no secret that drought issues have been wreaking havoc with Arizona’s water system. more
Up to 1,800 families are expected to visit the Mesa Convention Center Monday, Nov. 21 to pick up all of the items needed to celebrate Thanksgiving. United Food Bank said volunteers have put … more

Arizona drivers can be thankful for freeways free from road work for the holiday weekend. The Arizona Department of Transportation plans no full construction or maintenance closures from Wednesday … more
For residents concerned about traffic, roads and safety in Sun City West, an upcoming meeting will provide useful information at no cost. more
Enjoy a holiday fashion show. more
The return of the Benevilla “Caregiver Connect” event as a live, in-person experience Nov. 18 was a big success. more
The operator of a natural gas storage well in Western Pennsylvania says workers have successfully plugged a leak that had been spewing massive amounts of planet-warming methane into the atmosphere … more
PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich is demanding answers from Maricopa County about what he said appear to be violations of state election law. In a letter Saturday, his office says it has … more
The Phoenix City Council has approved two contracts to help house more than 250 homeless families each year. The city’s $8 million contribution to the Salvation Army and UMOM New Day Center … more

A father shot two of his children, injuring them critically, before using the weapon to kill himself, Chandler police said Saturday night. The shooting happened at a home in the 1100 block of West … more
A woman on a supervised visit with her 18-month-old child kidnapped him, authorities said, and Peoria police need the public’s help in locating them. Brittany Roberts, 30, who has no … more
The Second Annual Merry & Bright Christmas Market will take place on Saturday, Nov. 26 (Small Business Saturday) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Queen Creek Campus of Central Christian Church … more
The Liberty Elementary School District announced this week that all schools under their district will switch to a four-day school week starting next year. The district serves more then 4,500 students in grades K-8 in the Buckeye and Goodyear area. more
The winning entries have been chosen, and three Arizona Department of Transportation snowplows have been named. After tabulating nearly 7,000 votes ADOT’s Name-A-Snowplow winners … more
PHOENIX - A war halfway around the world is going to take a huge bite out the wallets of Arizonans this Thanksgiving. New figures from the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation put the cost of a typical … more
Nov. 12-18, 2022 From the discovery of a mural suspected to have been created by British street artist Banksy on a building destroyed by fighting in Borodyanka, in the Kyiv region, of Ukraine, to … more

The latest search for remains of victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre has ended with 32 additional caskets discovered and eight sets of remains exhumed, according to the city. The excavation … more
Super Bowl’s Spike scores grand marshal role in Phoenix holiday paradeSuper Bowl LVII official mascot Spike will preside as the Grand Marshal for the 35th annual APS Electric Light … more
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge denied a lawsuit filed by the Voice of Surprise against Surprise city officials, the entire City Council and affordable housing developer Dominium Inc. more
A plan for a multifamily and mixed-use project near a central Scottsdale hospital drew a mixed reaction during a Scottsdale Planning Commission last week. The plan for the Mercado Courtyards in … more
Commercial building permits listed Oct. 13-19 in Mesa City Council District 6 in southeast Mesa are, according to the city’s website (by address, date issued or in review, description, value, … more
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