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Mesa soap manufacturer The Soap Gal recently donated 45,000 pounds of soap — roughly 70,000 bars — to Phoenix Rescue Mission in support of Arizonans who are facing homelessness. The … 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
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
Phoenix city courts sent many traffic cases online during the COVID-19 pandemic. The courts now plan to expand that pilot program so all traffic cases have the option of being held online. The … more
ritish Airways has resumed flights between Phoenix and London, adding a big impact to the Valley’s international destinations. The flights began Aug. 31, and will complete three trips a … 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
After a 13-year construction hiatus, Vestar, the largest privately held shopping center owner and manager in the western U.S., has announced it is building new retail centers in Queen and Peoria. more
As COVID-19 emptied college campuses of students in 2020, the smaller number of people gathered at Phoenix- area schools contributed to some twists and turns in campus crime data. more
As Valley students and their families jetted off for fall break trips, the Phoenix area’s second-largest airline suffered a system-wide breakdown. more
Several Phoenix-area community colleges are growing seed libraries to benefit students, faculty, the public and the wildlife that lives in Maricopa County. more
Support groups, like many in-person gatherings, took to the internet to meet in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. Many of them, including groups for breast cancer patients and survivors, are still meeting virtually due to the virus, as immunocompromised patients are at higher risk than most for contracting a serious case of COVID. more
The Tempe Streetcar project has been in the city’s sights for close to a decade, but Tempe will have to wait a little longer for that dream to come to fruition. more
A developer plans to repurpose a former motel and veteran housing site along Grand Avenue in west Phoenix into an affordable housing complex focused on helping women trying to escape domestic … more
Westgate Entertainment District was originally developed near Gila River Arena primarily to accommodate fans attending Arizona Coyotes games. For years, however, rumors and reports swirled about the team’s search for a new home and what that might mean for Westgate. more
On any given day, the Arizona Opioid Assistance & Referral line receives around 300 calls per day. more
The cult classic “The Rocky Horror Show” is finally coming to The Phoenix Theatre Company stage after an 18-month delay caused by the global pandemic. more
The Thunderbirds --- hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open --- announced the 2021 edition of “The People’s Open” raised more than $3.8 million that will be awarded to Arizona … more
The city of Phoenix is creating a victim advocacy office specifically for victims — and their families — who experienced a traumatic incident involving Phoenix police. The city’s … more
Arizona State University is expanding its reach across the Valley with development projects in progress at what seems like every campus. more
The Maricopa County Community College District announced Thursday a new alliance with Arizona State University that will provide students with a seamless transfer experience.  more
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