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Scottsdale City Council appears to be hearing concerns about its Desert Rural land-use category idea after pressure has mounted from outside constituents — concurrently, officials believe the … more
Bicycle lanes are in the works for McDowell Road from Pima Road to 64th Street after a new approval by Scottsdale City Council on April 6. The City Council approved a resolution setting in motion … more
On the heels of the passage of House Bill 2772 — ultimately allowing for legal online sports betting — the PGA Tour and DraftKings Inc. are announcing together a dramatic expansion into … more
Ten million dollars will go to capital improvement plan’s construction projects around Scottsdale over the next two years. On April 6, the Scottsdale City Council approved a job order … more
A high-rise apartment building is planned for the southwest corner of Scottsdale and Bell roads, across the street from The Promenade shopping center. The project could face pushback, as two members … more
HonorHealth is apologizing after the Scottsdale-based health care group debuted a sculpture that drew criticism and was declared offensive by the Asian American community. The statue, featuring a … more
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
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