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The Peoria Unified School District governing board has called an executive session potentially to discuss what could be the fate of two teachers who helped organize a sick-out Jan. 11. more
Plans for refinancing Tempe’s municipal approach to funding a retirement system for police and fire personnel were discussed at City Council’s most recent work-study session. The … more
City public art leaders have approved an art concept for the new Public Safety Evidence and Readiness Center and new Police and Fire Training Facility, which are expected to be completed later this year not far from Bell Road and Grand Avenue. more
Maricopa County Emergency Management has issued a series of tips for residents as wildfire season approaches. more
Outdoorsy Arizonans beware: it's rattlesnake season.  more
The annual transition is underway. As April arrives, many Arizonans start to deal with the reality that winter weather is long gone and pleasant spring temperatures will make way for the “hot stuff.” more
The city of Peoria’s aging facilities fleet shop is not in good shape. more
With Earth Day coming up April 22, the Southwest Valley cities of Avondale, Goodyear and Litchfield Park are celebrating the planet in a variety of ways. Here’s what’s in the … more
Facilities in Sun City West are back open and residents are getting back to activities, but safety remains key in order to continue moving in the right direction, according to Recreation Centers of Sun City West officials. more
The process for exiting the Deferred Retirement Option Plan and terminating employment will be discussed at Wednesday’s meeting of the Apache Junction Public Safety Personnel Retirement … more
A desert survival and safety class being offered at the Superstition Mountain Museum might be one of the most important classes that you have ever taken. Anyone who hikes or camps should be … more
As part of Tempe’s initiative to combat homelessness, the city has created a park safety program meant to improve upon city parks and support those experiencing homelessness. This effort is … more
Remember when the abortion industry grieved the deaths of women performing their own abortions in back alleys? It was a battle cry for legal abortion throughout the country that eventually led to the U.S. Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade. more
In 1917 far off in the distance from the more established city of Phoenix, a fire nearly destroyed the small, rural farming community of Peoria. more
The Peoria Police Department will receive about $190,000 in grant money from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for various law enforcement equipment, most notably funds that will go to the purchase of a drone that will improve the accuracy and efficiency of car accident reports. more
Spring break is coming up for students across Arizona, and while it’s certainly going to be different than in recent years, many Arizona residents may still be planning to travel on our state’s highways. more
Numerous Peoria police personnel along the chain of command recently worked to apprehend Eric Maes, who had kidnapped his son, and in the process killed the mother. more
(NAPSI)—Consumer preferences have changed drastically since the start of the pandemic, with travel being no exception. Thousands of Americans have opted out of airline tickets and hotel … more
The in-person audience at the virtual ribbon-cutting for Goodyear’s newest fire station March 3 may have been small and socially distanced, but it was loud and proud. more
LED lighting for house numbers should be an easy fix, but a Sun City West HOA and business owner realized this was not the case. more
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