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The True Life Companies has turned to state Superior Court for help in changing the land-use regulations governing Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course.

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  • By Shelley Gillespie, Tribune Contributing Writer

Rushing out the door without breakfast is a common approach for many. When the need for food arises, people often stop for a breakfast sandwich.

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Nearly eight years after a spinal cord injury sustained in a soccer match left her temporarily paralyzed, Mackenzie Saunders of Ahwatukee has once again proved nothing will stop her.

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The East Valley in the early 1980s was starkly different from what it is today.

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Sunny Price knows what it’s like to try to keep up with college studies when you don’t have enough to eat.

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Sunny Price knows what it’s like to try to keep up with college studies when you don’t have enough to eat.

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Four schools in Ahwatukee last week received an A+ School of Excellence award, which the Arizona Educational Foundation gives annually to schools that have passed a rigorous application process touching on all facets of their operation.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

Tempe Union officials are selling a 63-acre plot of land in Ahwatukee that could lead to the construction of as many as 178 new homes not far from the South Mountain Freeway and make the school district co-developers of the project.

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Four Ahwatukee homes – two within a few blocks of each other – sold for more than $1 million last month, according to new mls.com data.

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Ahwatukee residents who have been waiting for the courts or federal administrators to do something about the noise from commercial airliners leaving and heading to Sky Harbor International Airport apparently will have to wait longer.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

On a spring morning as flawless as the rhythms of the Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe high school marching bands, the 41st annual Kiwanis of Ahwatukee Easter Parade stepped off to the delight of young and old alike along 48th Street on Saturday.

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  • By Coty Dolores Miranda, AFN Contributor

Ahwatukee teen Anna Alber, recently crowned Miss Estrella Mountains, has an experienced coach to help her prepare for the Miss Arizona Outstanding Teen Pageant.

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Jeff Williams has made wine a big part of his career.

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Long before Nicole Powell was introduced as the new leader of Grand Canyon University women’s basketball program this week, Sara Gorton Slattery was on the same Phoenix campus training distance runners to break through mental barriers.

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Ahwatukee’s two legislators were on opposite ends of the debate over Arizona’s universal voucher plan approved last week – and the one on the losing side on Monday apologized to his constituents for its passage.

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