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Arizona Financial Credit Union awards $44K in grants …

Since launching the Local Causes Visa debit card program in 2020, Arizona Federal Credit Union has supported more than 60 nonprofits throughout Metro-Phoenix.

Goodwine approved as Peoria city clerk after Dyckman …

After a little over a year serving as Peoria's city clerk, Lori Dyckman stepped down from that position to work in the IT department, where she began her career with Peoria more than 15 years ago.

Phoenix-area housing programs aim to close the gap for …

PHOENIX – For years, adults with autism could only dream of finding housing that would help them live independently in the Valley. Now that dream is turning into a reality with increased awareness about housing opportunities and needs.

Event in Peoria to bring awareness to Down syndrome

Secretary of State Adrian Fontes presented GiGi’s Playhouse Phoenix with an official proclamation at their 8th anniversary that declares March 21 as World Down Syndrome Day in Arizona.

Concrete bank coming down in Sun City

Crews continue to work on the concrete demolition at Viewpoint Lake.

Exodus of top Peoria leadership forms on heels of …

An exodus of Peoria’s top leadership has formed as members of a newly elected council are preparing to be sworn in.

Arend: Board shut down member comments in Sun City

I was at the Recreation Centers of Sun City Board of Directors meeting Oct. 27.

Chevy, GM trucks and cars make way to huge 2-day …

Thousands of American-made custom GM trucks and cars will roll into the 12th annual Dino’s Git-Down this Veterans Day Weekend at State Farm Stadium in Glendale.

Youngtown cracking down on 'bad actors'

Youngtown officials ramped up their efforts to curtail issues of trespassing, soliciting and what Mayor Mike LeVault called “bad actors.”

Viewpoint Lake drain slows down in Sun City

The expected target for full drainage of Viewpoint Lake was pushed back.

Arizona AG wants felony abortion law effective now

PHOENIX — Attorney General Mark Brnovich is making an emergency ditch plea to a U.S. Supreme Court justice to let Arizona immediately start enforcing its law making felons out of doctors who …

Surprise Sports Tourism wants to fill calendar

People have started to travel for events starting this past spring, and Surprise is benefiting from surge in tourism. As outlined in a Oct. 19 presentation, Surprise Sports & Tourism Director …

Judge puts halt on Arizona birth-defect abortion law

PHOENIX — Late Tuesday, a federal judge blocked Arizona from making criminals out of doctors who perform abortions knowing the woman's reason is a genetic fetal defect. In a 30-page ruling, …

Advocates sue over new Arizona law that criminalizes …

PHOENIX -- Abortion rights advocates are going to court in a bid to overturn a new law that makes it a crime to abort a fetus because of a genetic defect. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal …

Friday the 13th this week brings tattoo holiday to …

The tradition of Friday the 13th tattoos comes up again this week as 2021’s lone Friday the 13th on the calendar arrives here in August.

Scottsdale group funds athletic programs at GiGi’s …

The love and dedication a parent can feel for a child are unrivaled by any physiological connection discovered in the known universe but for parents facing a new Down syndrome diagnosis, the effect …

When will Arizona Downs receive teletrack signals for …

By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — The owners of Turf Paradise won’t challenge a new law that is designed to provide some financial help for Arizona Downs. But it remains …