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A new report issued by Scottsdale-based Elliot Pollack & Co. gives a no-holds-barred opinion of short-term rentals on Arizona’s community. The February report, developed by … more
The Scottsdale Police Department took the following incident reports from Feb. 18 through March 2: more
The city of Scottsdale has approved a COVID-19 safety plan for San Francisco Giants spring training baseball at Scottsdale Stadium. The plan limits ticket sales to less than 10% of stadium … more
Scottsdale Police Department detectives arrested 38-year-old Jackie Barnhart at 7:15 p.m. on Feb. 24 at her Phoenix residence for alleged burglary and fraudulent use of a credit card. more
As of March 1, more than 72,500 Scottsdale residents — or 29% of the population — have received the COVID-19 vaccination as the virus declines in recent weeks. Arizona Department of … more
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Brian Delaney checked his ticket, found his seats and then sat down for a minute in the sunshine. It wasn't a typical late February day in Arizona — a little cool, a … more
While the Arizona Legislature considers potential bills addressing short-term rentals, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley are doing all they can to push change and wrest local control from the hold … more
In just a few short weeks it will have been one year since Major League Baseball called an out on its 2020 spring training season — the catalyst that gave way to Arizona closing down because of … more
Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. The outreach is part of the  Phoenix-based charter school group to find new … more
When places of gathering were shut down at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, events were canceled or rescheduled for later dates. Fast forward to today and some events in the coming weeks are … more
Zuma is the winning name for the Name the Lion Contest hosted by Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale. more
For those curious about the status of one of those bond projects Scottsdale voters approved in 2019, a timeline of 41 projects stretching out to 2030 has been released. For residents waiting for … more
A Scottsdale-based hiring agency is lending its hand in the fight against the pandemic by filling vaccination sites with much-needed workers. Vaccinations have become a priority for states across … more
A man has been charged with manslaughter following a vehicle collision at Scottsdale and Chaparral roads on Sunday night. more
The Scottsdale Police Department took the following incident reports from Feb. 11 through Feb. 17: more
It may take until 2024 for the tourism industry to reach normalcy again, one local expert says, although Scottsdale’s local tourism sector is hopeful for a quicker return. Experience … more
In the past week, there have been 304 new COVID-19 cases recorded within Scottsdale city limits, state numbers show. Numbers provided by the Arizona Department of Health Services on Feb. 22 show … more
Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services has announced a state-operated COVID-19 vaccination site in the Phoenix metropolitan area’s east Valley. The new site will … more
Valley residents including a Scottsdale councilwoman appreciate efforts by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that recently announced a change on its position for climate action. more
A 75-year-old woman has died after a fatal collision occurred on the morning of Feb. 18, Scottsdale police officials say. The deceased victim has been identified as Ann M. Theil, 75. At approximately … more
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