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The Census count had kicked into gear a couple weeks ago  — citizens began receiving invitation letters in the mail that included instructions on how to respond to the census. Local … more
Arizona Citizens for the Arts has organized a 24-hour virtual telethon with live-streamed performances and appearances by Arizona artists, celebrities, business owners and elected officials statewide from 5 p.m. Friday, April 3 to 4:59 p.m. Saturday, April 4. more
The Central Arizona College campuses will be closed to the public with essential services moved to online, telephone or virtual formats.Central Arizona College has been closely monitoring coronavirus … more
On Monday afternoon, Pinal County received its allocation of the Strategic National Stockpile from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through Arizona Department of Health … more
A day after Arizona officials announced the first death in the state due to the coronavirus, the state surpassed 100 cases of the disease. As of the morning of Saturday, March 21, there are 104 … more
The Arizona Diamondbacks recently announced the establishment of a fund of at least $1 million for game-day staff experiencing the effects of the postponement of games in Major League Baseball. more
At the Apache Junction Water District and Arizona Water Co., delivering a safe and reliable supply of water to customers is their primary goal, officials say. "As the circumstances surrounding the … more
Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman on March 15 announced a statewide closure of Arizona schools from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27. Gov. Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman … more
The first encounter of a reasoned explanation solving the world’s mysteries can become the spark to a mind fueling a lifetime of curiosity. The study of science --- the seeking of truth … more
Nearly 100 years ago, Phoenix College — then Phoenix Junior College — became the first of its kind in Arizona. Now, in 2020, the Maricopa County Community College District, which … more
PHOENIX — The state’s top health official said Monday there will be more cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in Arizona. But State Health Director Cara Christ said that doesn’t necessarily … more
A Fountain Hills man is accused of sexually assaulting at least five women at his business in the East Valley. more
There are several significant material errors in “The American Dream Act” article. California’s Proposition 13 property tax assessment methodology is held out as the benchmark … more
Like the rest of the West Valley, Banner’s hospitals seem to be growing by leaps and bounds, with high-rise construction cranes and other heavy equipment churning the earth at locations in Sun … more
PHOENIX — There’s something in the Buckeye groundwater — a high mineral and salt content — that makes it hard to use, but the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station wants to … more
When you throw away leftover crayons, odds are you’re not the only one — whether in your city, state or country. Helping curb the disposal of crayons to landfills with a unique idea is The Crayon Initiative. more
Michael Perrino knows first-hand the power of regret, rehabilitation and forgiveness. From about 2008 until 2017, Mr. Perrino’s son, Zachary, was imprisoned first for the unlawful use of a … more
It was a very good 2019 for the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Adopt a Highway program, with a record number of volunteer groups removing more litter along more miles of state … more
School districts all over Arizona are challenged today by aging schools and inadequate funds to repair or replace them. more
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has included a $2 million General Fund allocation in his $12.3 billion executive budget for the Arizona Commission on the Arts to provide grants and other support to … more
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