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The work it takes to bring a Super Bowl to Arizona is wide in scope and the people involved are many. more
Peoria Police have arrested a man suspected of sexual abuse. more
Peoria City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Emily Jurmu as acting city attorney, at a public meeting Jan. 24. more
Are you interested in learning more about law enforcement? more
A new single-family residential subdivision on about 20 acres is planned for the southwest corner of 77th Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road. more
Peoria City Council will consider the appointment of Emily Jurmu as acting city attorney at a public meeting Jan. 24. more

Tickets are now on sale for the 2023 Cactus League spring training season. more
The Peoria Planning and Zoning Commission elected new officers for the 2023 calendar year, Jan. 19. more
PHOENIX - State lawmakers took the first steps Wednesday to denying students the right to be referred to by a pronoun that matches how they identify themselves. SB 1001, approved by the Senate … more
Peoria Police have located missing Alexis Thomas, a 28-year-old female. more
Both phases of a new housing community in the north Peoria area have been approved by Maricopa County and could go vertical this year. more
A young person was taken to the hospital Jan. 16 after a shooting in the Fletcher Heights community of Peoria, Peoria Police said. more
Peoria Police seek the public’s help in locating Alexis Thomas, a 28-year-old female. more

Former City Manager Jeff Tyne accepted a separation agreement that outlines a new role for him as “special consultant to the city manager” until he officially steps down from Peoria employment this summer. more
PHOENIX - Republican legislators are moving to cut income tax rates for Arizona corporations by nearly half, a move legislative budget analysts say eventually could cut state revenues by nearly $670 … more
Environmental lawyer and former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency COO Henry Darwin is the new Peoria city manager. more
City Attorney Vanessa Hickman stepped down from her post Jan. 4. more
The new Peoria mayor isn’t wasting time in filling high-level positions following resignations in the past few months among city leadership, starting with the top non-elected official — city manager. more
PHOENIX - The 2023 legislative session begins Monday with perhaps the worst-kept political secret: GOP lawmakers are going to send bills to Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs knowing she will veto … more
Development continues to move at a pace that keeps Peoria’s planning department staff on their toes, and officials say that won’t change much in 2023. more

Ean Puckett, a freshman accounting major from Peoria, was among about 720 Bob Jones University students named to the fall 2022 President's List. more
Freeway improvement projects are back from a holiday break this weekend with several closures and lane restrictions planned by state transportation officials. The Arizona Department of … more
The new Peoria City Council was sworn in Jan. 3 at city hall with a packed chamber offering standing ovations for outgoing former Mayor Cathy Carlat and incoming Mayor Jason Beck. more
With 2023 here, just a reminder that there will not be a Luke Days air show this spring. more
New and re-elected members of the Peoria City Council will be sworn in at the first public meeting of the year, 6 p.m., Jan. 3. more
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