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Ahwatukee Boy Scout Josh Maerling is earning his Eagle rank by helping homeless kids get a chance to enjoy sports.

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  • By Becky Bracken, AFN Staff Writer

Part of the beauty of living in Ahwatukee is its proximity to unspoiled nature. But being so close to the wild outdoors leaves many residents to wrestle with all sorts of critters – backyard bunnies, roof rats, javelina, coyotes, even scorpions and snakes.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, Ahwatukee Executive Editor

Don’t anticipate President Trump’s “skinny budget” becoming law; expect continued acrimony between the leadership of both major parties in Congress and hope the White House develops a strategy for dealing with rogue nations and other international security threats.

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The home that Chris and Anette Brown have built on Warpaint Drive in Ahwatukee has a couple claims to fame.

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  • By Ryan Clarke, AFN Staff Writer

Three blocks southwest of Sun Ray Park, the repetitive sound of punching bags and bass-heavy music fill a long-empty space off Ray Road.

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These days more and more individuals are taking it upon themselves to utilize at-home tooth whitening options. But are they as effective as a professional whitening from your dentist? Are they as safe? BellaVista Dental Care’s Dr. Rashmi Bhatnagar says when utilizing at-home whitening method…

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These days more and more individuals are taking it upon themselves to utilize at-home tooth whitening options. But are they as effective as a professional whitening from your dentist? Are they as safe? BellaVista Dental Care’s Dr. Rashmi Bhatnagar says when utilizing at-home whitening method…

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Imagine enjoying local craft beer, playing games and hanging out with dinosaurs, all while raising money for a great cause.

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  • BY Coty Miranda, AFN Contributor
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Like many of today’s kids, weekends for Ahwatukee brothers Allen and Ivan Pan are chock full of activities.

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Arizona is on the verge of requiring schools to do more to identify students with dyslexia and giving them guidelines for how to deal with them.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor
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State and federal approval of the South Mountain Freeway Agency “was arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion or otherwise not in accordance with law,” the attorney for the Ahwatukee opposition to the project told a federal court.

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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor
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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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  • By Paul Maryniak, AFN Executive Editor

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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  • By Paul Maryniak, Ahwatukee Executive Editor
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The East Valley in the early 1980s was starkly different from what it is today.

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