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Arizona Department of Health Services reported 601 new coronavirus cases and 7 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 866,623 cases and 17,367 deaths. more
Peoria City Council approved the  fiscal year 2022 tentative budget at $695 million, a 4.5% increase from the fiscal year 2021 budget. City officials say the budget maintains core citizen … more
Unsafe private structures in need of demolition around Glendale will soon be coming down. more
When you are thirsty and hungry, you go to your refrigerator, fill a glass of water and clean your bowl of fruit under running water at your sink. But what if the water does not run to fill your … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is cutting off what some say has been an easy — and unethical — source of money for police and prosecutors. The governor on Wednesday signed legislation … more
PHOENIX — The state’s top election officials is threatening to go to court unless the procedures being used by the Senate in its special ballot audit are changed. In a letter Wednesday … more
The 11th Annual Taco Festival is making a comeback to Salt River Fields. The Two-day event is set to deliver another year of taco madness with more than 50 taco makers over two days -- … 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
The Peoria Main Library has made it more than 25 years without major maintenance to the walls, windows and roof, and now officials say it will get much needed renovations, as well as updates to make … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on May 5 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Queen Creek and San Tan Valley at 17,767 in ZIP codes 85140, 85142 and 85143. That is an increase of 187 … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on May 5 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Florence at 6,529 in the 85132 ZIP code, an increase of 21 from one week ago.  Last week, cases … more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers cannot limit how much errant drivers have to pay the people they kill or injure, the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled. The justices on Tuesday said there's nothing … more
Recognizing a need in Arizona for alternative learning models that offer the flexibility of online learning with a face-to-face engagement element, digital curriculum provider StrongMind has partnered with local charter schools to launch tuition-free Valor Preparatory Academy of Arizona. more
The Cinco de Mayo holiday has evolved in the U.S., and with it usually comes margaritas. more
PHOENIX — Political parties have no legal right to observe extra audits that counties perform on election equipment beyond those required by state law, a judge has ruled. In a decision … more
The pandemic indeed halted live theater in its tracks, but one Peoria stage has mastered a way to keep the show going. more
In his first three years of college, Ignazio Macaluso, a chemical engineering major at Arizona State, felt there was little support provided to students who, like him, live with autism. more
With Arizona months into its COVID-19 vaccination efforts, demand seems to be leveling off with supply and the focus is turning toward community health organizations to reach underserved populations. more
At the beginning of the pandemic as virtual instruction was in full force in Peoria Unified School District, one of Jan Ogino’s second-grade students at Heritage Elementary School started showing up to class online in a different environment than she was familiar with. more
Phoenix continues to outpace other cities nationwide when it comes to appreciation of home prices. Last month, an S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller report released regarding home prices in the Valley during January found the region’s prices up 15.8% compared with a year ago and up 1.2% from December. more
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