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When Peoria Police Chief Art Miller came to the city in September 2018 to lead the department, he inherited a sworn officer roster down nearly 20% and a dispatch team down about 30%. more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 423 new coronavirus cases and 46 new deaths Friday, for a total of 835,030 cases and 16,691  deaths. more
Rodney Wayne Cox Jr., 34,  of Buckeye, has been arrested on suspicion of  arson of an occupied structure, endangerment and shoplifting at two Valley Walmarts, police said. more
A pedestrian was run over by a vehicle March 17, resulting in a fatality. more
The Peoria Police Department will receive about $190,000 in grant money from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for various law enforcement equipment, most notably funds that will go to the purchase of a drone that will improve the accuracy and efficiency of car accident reports. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services announced March 17 it will make COVID-19 vaccination appointments available each Friday for the following week in an effort to make it easier for Arizonans to register for appointments at state mass-vaccination sites. more
Over the past year, the city of Peoria and developers have made progress in working toward the revitalization of the downtown area. more
A traffic accident at 83rd and Peoria avenues resulted in a death on the early morning of March 15, police said. more
The city of Scottsdale has gained a new treasurer and in the process the city of Peoria has lost their CFO. more
Peoria is painting the picture of the city’s arts and culture landscape as the Peoria Arts Master Plan process begins this year. more
Beware — social media posts making the rounds that show a Luke Days event taking place this month are bogus. more
Numerous Peoria police personnel along the chain of command recently worked to apprehend Eric Maes, who had kidnapped his son, and in the process killed the mother. more
Peoria planing and zoning staff have updated the city code to be in compliance with state regulations on recreational marijuana. more
A traffic collision on Cactus Road at 83rd Avenue resulted in a fatality, March 7, police said. more
Peoria City Council approved a contract amendment in the amount of $1.1 million with multi-national firm GHD, Inc. to provide engineering design and construction administration services for a new water pipeline to serve northern Peoria. more
A new treatment is available in Peoria to ease the symptoms of high-risk COVID-19 patients and keep them out of hospitals. more
The food truck continues to be a common fixture on the Peoria landscape and with that, the city is nearing the update of its city ordinance to streamline requirements, best serve the industry in the city and comply with updated state legislation regarding mobile food vendors. more
Peoria planing and zoning staff are nearly complete in updating the city code to be in compliance with state regulations on recreational marijuana. more
Among the many consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, one concern for Arizona’s court system, law enforcement, and defendants who receive criminal citations to appear in court, is creating a … more
You know you’ve been there before — you look down and spotting that cash on the ground all by itself and nobody around. Maybe it was only a dollar, but maybe it was your lucky day and your eyes spotted a Finsky, or maybe it was an Andrew Jackson or many Andrew Jacksons, oh perfect world! more
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