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After a monumental shift was dealt to Taliesin West in the form of the COVID-19 pandemic, the desert oasis once home to Frank Lloyd Wright is emerging anew for visitors and the community alike. … more
A Scottsdale man was sentenced March 15 to 16 years in prison for his participation in a nationwide investment fraud conspiracy that cost victims over $23 million in total losses. more
The city of Scottsdale has gained a new treasurer and in the process the city of Peoria has lost their CFO. more
It has been a long and winding road, but Scottsdale appears to have finally reached consensus that an anti-discrimination ordnance belongs embedded within city codes. According to city officials, … more
Most Scottsdale ZIP codes are reporting minimal cases of COVID-19 this week, as 9,700 more residents reportedly received the vaccine, state data shows. Across Scottsdale, 89,013 residents have … more
The San Fransisco Giants won a spring training game against the Chicago Cubs at Scottsdale Stadium on Wednesday, March 10. The Giants came away with a win, scoring 7 runs against the Cubs’ 6 … more
Although the Arizona Corporation Commission voted less than six months ago to implement new clean-energy rules for electric companies, state legislation may stop those changes from happening. Two … more
Initial notice is being given to Scottsdale residents that monthly water and wastewater rates may increase in the coming months. more
If there was any question about the abilities of Paradise Valley Town Manager Jill Keimach, the fact she successfully hiked Mount Kilimanjaro is more than enough to showcase her strength. Since … more
The Scottsdale Police Department requests the public’s help with information related to incidents involving a man recently arrested on charges of aggravated assault and criminal trespassing for reportedly inappropriately touching women. more
Arizona Congressman David Schweikert joins the YourValley In The Know Podcast to go on the record with Independent Newsmedia on what he is doing at Congress in Washington D.C. for his constituents … more
After Scottsdale City Councilwoman Linda Milhaven first proposed a short-term rental task force to better address the neighborhood nuisance, the city is moving forward to explore how such a group … more
The Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale area has been named among the 2021 Top 10 commercial real estate markets in the country by the National Association of Realtors. “The top commercial real estate … more
On March 4, detectives from Scottsdale Police Department arrested Phoenix resident Paul Anthony Ruiz, 25, on numerous felony charges related to his involvement in the May 30-31, 2020, riots in Old … more
The Scottsdale Police Department has issued two women citations for assault and disorderly conduct following a physical altercation at a Bath and Body Works store inside the local mall. Police … more
Two Scottsdale ZIP codes saw substantial spikes in positive COVID-19 cases, state numbers show, following weeks of steady decline.  As of March 8, more than 79,000 Scottsdale residents … more
Jeff Walther has been named chief of Scottsdale Police Department by City Manager Jim Thompson. Mr. Walther, a former Scottsdale assistant chief, came out of retirement to lead the department on an interim … more
Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega joined the YourValley In The Know Podcast to discuss one-on-one his plans for success during his first term as the figurehead of “The West’s Most Western … more
For the past few years, each time Scottsdale Unified School District prepares for a week-long break a team of community advocates put together food boxes to feed hundreds of families. On March 3, … more
Scottsdale officials recently adopted a handful of job order contracts for work across the city. The various approvals came during a March 2 Scottsdale City Council meeting and range from … more
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