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The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department is offering $3,000 in incentive pay for certified lifeguards. Pool managers, assistant managers and hundreds of lifeguards are needed … more
The announcement Sunday that a Libyan man suspected in the 1988 bombing of a passenger jet has been taken into U.S. custody put the spotlight back on the notorious terrorist attack and longstanding … more
PHOENIX - Incoming Gov. Katie Hobbs is going to halt any further work on building a wall of storage containers on the state's southern border. "It's not our land to put things on,'' she told … more
Central Arizona College will host “New Student Orientation” sessions in January. NSO is designed for anyone with questions about navigating the college experience. All students are … more
Commuters will be tackling heavier traffic Monday afternoon prior to the Monday Night Football game between the Cardinals and Patriots. Arizona Department of Transportation officials advise the … more
A 65-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the slaying of a Mesa business owner, Mesa police said Saturday. Lynell Brosier has been booked into jail on several charges, including … more

A shooting early Saturday morning during what a driver reported as carjacking sent one man to a hospital in critical condition, police said. The shooting occurred about 1:15 a.m. Saturday, Dec. … more
Fire crews from several cities were fighting a blaze Saturday morning at a Public Storage facility near 8th Avenue and Country Club Drive in Mesa. Mesa officials said they expect to be battling … more
Looking back at the most popular stories among readers in 2022, one thing is clear: Politics ruled the roost this year. more
Development of 3200 North, a mixed-use project within the Historic Old Town District, will move forward — avoiding a potential delay in the process. The Scottsdale City Council in its Dec. 7 … more
The repaving of residential streets is planned in Apache Junction in December, with seven sections Dec. 12-15. Work will entail the installation of a new asphalt surface and will occur during the … more
Commercial building permits listed Nov. 3-9 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
Ike’s Love & Sandwiches has opened its first location in Queen Creek, just in time to grab a bite while out holiday shopping. Ike’s Love & Sandwiches is located at … more

It’s getting busy in Florence as it takes on the holiday season On Saturday Dec-10 and 24, the Florence Farmers Market takes place from 8 a.m.-noon at the McFarland State Historic Park, 24 … more
COVID-19, flu and RSV cases are rising in Maricopa County, and the numbers are higher than usual for this time of year, health officials said Friday. “Respiratory viruses can cause severe … more
Dec. 3-9, 2022 From Argentine soccer fans gathered in Buenos Aires watching their team beat the Netherlands 4-3 in a World Cup quarterfinal penalty shootout, to Senate Majority Leader Chuck … more
PHOENIX — Republican Abe Hamadeh asked a judge Friday to declare him the winner in the race for attorney general despite the fact the final official tally showed him losing to Democrat Kris … more
The Surprise City Council has endorsed two long-awaited city departments without having to dedicate much new money. more
The Recreation Centers of Sun City board will consider the corporation’s 2023 budget for approval for the second time after it was rejected in October and November. more
The family of a man who drowned in Tempe Town Lake in May has filed a Notice of Claim against the city of Tempe to the tune of $3 million.  more

Peoria Unified governing board member-elect Heather Rooks has been sworn in. more
PHOENIX - Unable to kill it at the ballot box, a group of lenders, debt collectors and their attorneys is asking a court to void new voter-approved protections from creditors. The lawsuit filed in … more
If Gilbert drivers feel like there is not as much road construction going on these days, they are not imagining it.  The town’s road projects are in something of a lull when it comes to … more
Associated Press Film Writers Jake Coyle and Lindsey Bahr have made their picks for the best films of the year. Charlotte Wells shattering debut “Aftersun” tops Coyle's top 10. Martin McDonagh's … more
The Phoenix City Council has approved spending $7.8 million annually to add 58 new positions to the fire department. The council voted Wednesday, Dec. 7, to add the jobs in the 2023-24 fiscal … more
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