Phoenix police say they still don’t know what led to the March 15 fatal shooting of an Ahwatukee marketing specialist by an ex-con who subsequently went on a 77-minute crime spree before he died after pointing a gun at police.
State lawmakers voted Monday to trim – but not eliminate – the right of moving companies to hold a homeowner's goods hostage over a payment dispute.
If a 16,000-acre “backyard” doesn’t turn you on, how does a two-story library with a retractable roof sound?
A spat over parking spaces is putting some users of electric wheelchairs at odds with other members of the disability community.
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- After three decades, director of Ahwatukee’s first preschool retiring
- Get an updated look at the new South Mountain Freeway extension
- Study: Ahwatukee Lakes restoration would climb above $14.2 million
- Facebook’s Ahwatukee411 creates new group to focus on changing community
- Valley fever is ‘nasty stuff,’ victim says
- DiCiccio launches broadside against tax breaks for developers
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A longtime friend and former colleague who teaches in the Kyrene School District told me the other day how she sent a letter to her boss, Superintendent Jan Vesely, that laid out the reasons she disagreed with a particular program.
I was recently presenting a black history program, “Animalization of Black Bodies: A History Lesson,” for a student group at my university. At the same time, just across town at a high school basketball game, white male students were taunting a black player on the opposing team with chest pounding, arm scratching and monkey sounds.
Had lunch with a buddy of mine last week. At least in body, if not in spirit. What I mean is, we ate burgers seated at the same table for 40 minutes. He spent most of that time checking his iPhone, firing off texts, tweets and Facebook comments.
One recent Sunday morning, I woke up to a text message from a coworker saying she’d been up all night with her mother in the emergency room.
The Ahwatukee411 Facebook team has created a related group to focus on the “ever-changing” nature of our Ahwatukee-Foothills community. The name of the Facebook group is, appropriately enough, Ahwatukee411 Ever-Changing Ahwatukee.
Discipline is often viewed as a form of punishment or a solution for handling a troublesome child.
If you are wondering whatever happened to the votes you cast in our annual Best of Ahwatukee contest, your wait is nearing an end.
Do you know what modern government corruption looks like? In order to see it, you’ll first need to let go of many of the stereotypes you hold true.
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