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  • By Jim Walsh, AFN Staff Writer

Arizona’s minimum wage increase amounts to a “laboratory experiment for economists” that goes much further than a few more cents for a latte or even the crisis faced by providers of services to the developmentally disabled.

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  • By Devon Cordell, Cronkite News

One case began as a technology-based English course, when the teacher leading it started sending a 13-year-old student Instagram messages and texts containing profanity, sexual comments and complaints about other students and colleagues.

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  • By Coty Dolores Miranda, AFN Contributing Writer

Tonja Yalung, an Ahwatukee resident and principal at Kyrene de los Ninos Elementary School in Tempe for the past five years, is one of eight honored statewide with the 2017 Rodel Exemplary Principal Award.

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  • AFN News Staff

The president of the Ahwatukee group trying to stop the South Mountain Freeway said she’s disappointed but unbowed by Club West homeowners’ rejection of a request for $25,000 to reduce its mounting legal fees.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

The bitter battle over the future of the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course intensified last week as a top official for developer/owner True Life Companies said it might set a deadline for its campaign to win the support of enough homeowners for its “agrihood” plan.

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