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Arizona Department of Health Services reported 2,495 new coronavirus cases and 49 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 1,142,122 cases and 20,770 deaths. more
After investment losses and an explosion of pension costs for public safety employees over the past 15 years, Peoria leadership recently gave the go-ahead for a plan staff says will save on costs and … more
Dead & Company are making a return visit to the Valley with their Monday night concert at Ak-Chin Pavilion. Bob Weir and the guys have a long history with Arizona shows as part of their never-ending musical story. Or, is that ‘Bob Weier’? more
Art will soon “bloom” tall on Bullard Avenue. more
The Valley’s senior citizens — most of them cooped up at home for much of 2020 as COVID-19 spread — are eligible to receive a big virtual dose of entertainment. more
Keep up to date with the latest case counts of COVID-19 in Arizona. Share how the coronavirus is affecting your life at aznews@newszap.com. more
While Deer Valley Unified School District followed the state’s trends this year with lower AzMERIT test scores, remediation efforts that started this past summer and showed progress will continue through 2024. more
The Vista Center for the Arts, 15660 N. Parkview Place, and the Arizona Philharmonic are teaming up to grow together. more
Peoria police officers are investigating a shooting that could be a possible road rage incident. more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has no immediate plans for how — or even if — he will try to sanction the three state universities who are requiring faculty and staff to be vaccinated … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey, or whoever succeeds him, can’t conduct a future financial raid on a school trust fund account without first getting congressional approval, a judge has … more
A four-story, multi-family development of 338 units is planned for 99th and Northern avenues, adjacent to Park West. more
Consumers should continue to expect supply shortages, higher prices and less discounts as supply chain disruptions could go on for the next calendar year. A supply chain management professor at … more
The race starter turns to his left and says, “Thumbs up when you’re ready.” He turns to the right and repeats the same thing. He then says “lights” into a black … more
A nearly 25-year employee of the Superstition Fire and Medical District who is appealing his termination from employment before a state agency did not have a scheduled hearing in September as it was … more
Thompson Thrift Retail Group, a wholly-owned company of Indianapolis-based Thompson Thrift, announced today the sale of Sunrise Promenade, a retail shopping center located in Peoria. more
Italian Association of Arizona will present its first Italian Pizza & Wine Festival from 12 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6 at Scottsdale City Hall. more
PHOENIX — Attorney General Mark Brnovich is making a last-ditch effort to tell Arizona courts they need to butt out of how the legislature conducts its business. In legal briefs filed with … more
The Arizona Commission on the Arts is looking for $5 million in its proposed budget for this year, hoping to return to funding levels last seen nearly a decade ago. The money is not only important … more
This year’s AzMERIT test scores in the Peoria Unified School District went down across the board in both elementary school standardized tests — English language arts and math. more
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