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Just in time for the soaring summer temperatures, a local senior received assistance for a new air conditioning unit provided at no cost through the collaboration between the Maricopa County Human … more
Scottsdale Fire Captain Ken Farrell spent 40 years in the fire service running calls in some of the toughest neighborhoods in the Valley. His last 16 years were with Scottsdale Fire Department … more
For the fist time since February, Scottsdale is now in high community transmission, Maricopa County data shows. According to the Maricopa County Schools Dashboard, during July 11-17, Scottsdale … more
Heavy rains during the end of July have closed McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park as officials attempt to clean up the popular attraction. more
A small forest’s worth of trees are at risk for removal because of aggressive root damage occurring in the Arcadia at Silverleaf neighborhood of DC Ranch, which residents have banded together … more
Arizona senators Mark Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema recently announced the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community was awarded over $610,000 in federal grant resources investing in expanded transit options, including low and no-emission buses. more
Which of the Valley cities are most violent? FBI data shows it’s not Scottsdale. Aggravated assault — crimes which can include attacks on another human being — account for many … more
A report from the Arizona Auditor General confirms the misuse of money by the Higley Unified School District (HUSD), which primarily serves Gilbert and parts of Queen Creek. According to Arizona … more
The history of American municipal, county and state police for the last quarter-century — both proponents and detractors of law enforcement, say — has been marred by acts of disgusting … more
Panoramic canyon sights at Grand Canyon National Park and the glitz and glow of Scottsdale nights didn’t suffer devastating economic blows during the pandemic. In fact, tourism in the Grand … more
The Maricopa County Examiner’s Office has identified the body pulled out of the Arizona Canal as missing 23-year-old Scottsdale resident, Robert Anthony Cuillo. Cuillo was last seen around … more
Drivers, start your engines because McLaren Scottsdale is hoping to move its showroom to a new location off Hayden Road. Owner Mike Ward, listed as BA Elk Grove LLC on documents filed with the … more
Scottsdale City Councilwoman Solange Whitehead has joined the board of Waste Not, an Arizona food rescue and distribution organization. Additionally, Jenny Holsman Tetrealt has been elected to … more
The Scottsdale Police Department is investigating the death of an unidentified white male found July 19 in the canal near Scottsdale and Camelback roads. Officers responded to the area of … more
The Scottsdale Police Department has taken a missing person’s report for Robert “Bobby” Cuillo, stemming from his disappearance on July 17, at about 1 a.m. Scottsdale spokesman … more
New details about an Old Town Scottsdale shooting on June 10 have been divulged while police officials actively seek suspects. On Friday, July 16, a group of Scottsdale proprietors who work near … more
Mysterious electric misfires happening in one’s brain is the best guess brilliant minds of the medical community can offer in explanation of the neurological condition commonly known as … more
The Scottsdale City Council recently approved more than $1.9 million for nonprofit agencies that provide programs and services to assist thousands of at risk and in need residents. more
A shooting reportedly took place in downtown Scottsdale on July 10, police officials say. Scottsdale Police Department spokesman Kevin Quon said he can confirm reports of a shooting in the area of … more
A unique piece of Scottsdale history — former Mayor Herb Drinkwater’s 1929 Model A Ford pickup truck — will continue to be displayed at a city park. Scottsdale City Council … more
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