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At Copper Queen Community Hospital in Bisbee, the operating room in the 13-room health care center closed its doors temporarily, canceling 17 routine colonoscopies as a result, and the hospital … more
Peoria police seek the public’s help in locating a child that ran away from home on Thanksgiving. more
Many older cats and dogs tend to spend more time in shelters waiting for their forever home compared to their younger furry friends. Most people come to the shelter wanting to adopt puppies, kittens or young adult dogs and cats. more
A Just Love Coffee drive-thru and an adjacent restaurant are to be constructed south of Elliot Road on the east side of Power Road in Mesa. The Mesa Planning and Zoning Board on Nov. 17 voted 4-2 … more
The boys soccer season begins Monday for Northwest Valley high schools. Here are previews, with coaches’ comments, for local teams: DYSART DEMONS 4A Southwest Region2021 Record: 5-6, 3-1 … more
CHANDLER - There's something about the second half of Open Division game in Chandler that brings out the best in Liberty football. Liberty was back Nov. 26 and after falling behind Chandler Basha 10-0 and then 20-14 at halfime, the visitors simply dominated the Bears in a 24-0 second half tour de force. more

GLENDALE — When it comes to the Arizona Open Division football playoffs, size matters. The Cactus Cobras learned that difficult lesson Friday night. more
Arizona has added 3,655 cases and 47 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, Nov. 27, the ADHS reports 1,262,574 known … more
Mesa residents have several opportunities in the next few months to provide input on changes to design guidelines and text amendments to the city code relating to historic preservation. Study … more
SCOTTSDALE — Zack Kilburg thinks his Desert Mountain football team can hold its next opponent to 14 points or fewer. The way he and his Wolves teammates played Friday in their 17-8 defeat of … more
At the Arizona Humane Society, we care for and love each and every one of the more than 15,000 sick, injured and abused pets that walk through our doors each year. But, of course, we can’t help but have some that pull on our heartstrings just a tad bit more than others … this includes our beloved senior pets. more
A proposed mixed-use development in southwest Phoenix will be anchored by a three-story self-storage facility and plans to include a convenience store and drive-thru restaurant. The 11.8-acre site … more
The walls of Salvadoreño Restaurant No. 3 in north Phoenix are a magnet for your eyes: shades of orange, blue and green – like the feathers of a tropical bird. The scene depicts women serving pupusas in the streets of El Salvador. more

This past weekend, memorials honoring lives lost to traffic accidents in 2020 were dotted around the city of Tempe, cropping up on deadly streets and intersections. more
Property could be rezoned for the development of 2.5 million square feet of industrial buildings in a planned 6-mile railroad spur alignment in southeast Mesa over objections by the Union Pacific … more
When school stopped, the mental health conversation began. Schools are open again following pandemic-induced closures.  To the average eye, 32 students are back in the classroom ready to … more
Pinal County will accept $3,387,435 from the federal government to hire a vaccine equity employee and distribute COVID-19 vaccines to underserved communities, the public health services board of … more
All phases of the football team contiruted to this dominant season of Cactus football, as the 10-0  Cobras averaged 51 points a game while allowing only 6 a contest. Given the nature of … more
The past month has seen more twists and turns in the Glendale real estate market. more
PHOENIX — A bid by a Prescott Valley lawmaker to mandate that Arizona students be taught about communism isn’t the state’s first foray into the issue. One state statute goes back … more

Peoria has taken a step toward the possibility of securing more water sources for future use.City Council approved an agreement with Salt River Project to share costs for a feasibility study to … more
PHOENIX — A first-term Arizona lawmaker wants to require that students have to study what he says is the “brutality” of communism before they can graduate. Rep. Quang Nguyen, … more
Deep-frying a turkey is a great way to get a delicious, moist meal for Thanksgiving; but this method of cooking can be a very dangerous undertaking. Every fall, millions of dollars of damage, trips to the emergency room and even deaths result from attempts to deep-fry turkeys. more
The cost of renting in Phoenix has increased up to 23% as Phoenix continues to grow in population and corporate establishments, making it difficult for working-class residents who may face eviction … more
The 19th Annual VMLC Heroes Patriotic Luncheon was held Nov. 10, at the Arizona Biltmore, where the Veterans Medical Leadership Council welcomed guests to celebrate America’s heroes. The … more
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