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Police officials have released the two names of the Scottsdale couple who died as a result of a suspected murder-suicide on Sunday, April 11. The victim has been identified as 28-year-old Molly … more
More than 6,000 more Scottsdale residents joined the 120,000 who have received the COVID-19 vaccine, state numbers show, as new coronavirus cases last week totaled 363. In Scottsdale, thousands … more
A five-story, 360-unit apartment building planned across the street from the Kierland Commons shopping center took a step toward approval last week. Phoenix’s Paradise Valley Village Planning … more
A Scottsdale couple has died from a suspected murder-suicide on April 11, police officials say. Just prior to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 11, Scottsdale Police Department officers responded to … more
Tim Conner doesn’t care much about the ideas surrounding a “legacy.” Instead, he hopes people will remember the role he played in all the projects in Scottsdale he helped build. … more
In what appears to be an unexpected rush of visitors, the resorts in Paradise Valley and Scottsdale were full during March, with one Camelback Mountain resort reporting record-breaking revenues. … more
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — When COVID-19 shutdowns hit in March 2020, Mike Winneker, a hotel executive sous chef, found himself without work for the first time in years. Between caring for a … more
The city of Scottsdale has agreed to pay $135,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from a vehicle crash caused by a police officer. The Scottsdale City Council approved the agreement with Dana Joe … more
Will The Kimsey give downtown Scottsdale proprietors a much-needed shot in the arm? Most of Scottsdale City Council thinks so. The Kimsey — with plans that include a 168-room hotel, … more
Arizona legislators voted down Senate Bill 1379 on April 1 as some lawmakers cited a need for more than a “Band-Aid” to address short-term rental nuisances. Senate Bill 1379 received … more
On March 31, Kevin Scott Wynn, 59, of Scottsdale, was sentenced by United States District Judge Susan M. Brnovich to 46 months in prison. The court also imposed a fine of $7,500 on Wynn, … more
Nearly 120,000 Scottsdale residents have been vaccinated, state numbers on April 5 show. Arizona Department of Health Services’ online dashboard now includes COVID-19 vaccination rate by … more
The Scottsdale Police Department is asking for assistance from the public to locate a missing elderly man who suffers from Dementia and a heart condition. more
Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services announced a new state COVID-19 vaccination site serving the north Valley area will open at WestWorld of Scottsdale on Thursday, April … more
Do you remember signing up for your first library card? A physical identification card with your name printed on it — one of our first forms of independence, unleashing countless literary … more
The Kimsey project — a mixed-use development seeking to maintain a 1960s building and historic Scottsdale roots — will ask for City Council’s blessing Tuesday night to redevelopment … more
After over a year of accommodating ever-changing COVID-19 mitigation practices and a vulnerable elderly congregation, Grace Bible Church in Sun City is looking forward to having their congregation fill the pews on Easter Sunday. more
Two more entities have joined the Arizona State Land Department in opposing Scottsdale’s proposed “desert rural” zoning designation in its general plan update draft. On March … more
The Scottsdale Planning Commission is looking again at ideas to address parking shortages in various areas of the city — including Old Town — after more than a year since the topic was … more
The Cosanti Foundation announced that President and CEO Patrick McWhortor has stepped down upon completion of his contract on March 31. Mr. McWhortor served at the helm of the foundation for two … more
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