Phoenix police Commander Jim Gallagher doesn’t want Ahwatukee to feel forgotten.
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.
The South Mountain Freeway’s path through Ahwatukee is the “environmentally preferable alternative that would serve the project’s purpose and need” to alleviate traffic congestion around Downtown Phoenix and reduce I-10 travel time, the federal government told an appeals court last week.
A spat over parking spaces is putting some users of electric wheelchairs at odds with other members of the disability community.
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.
City Councilman Sal DiCiccio has launched an attack on an oft-used city financing mechanism for spurring private development, saying that it has deprived Phoenix schools of millions of dollars in tax revenue.
Phoenix police today detailed an ex-con’s 77-minute crime spree that followed the March 15 shooting death of an Ahwatukee marketing specialist described by a family friend as a “hell of a salesman.”
Ahwatukee parents of adult-aged developmentally disabled children are worried they’ll become victims of the unintended consequence of voter-approved increase in the state’s minimum wage.
A number of Ahwatukee businesses are offering discounts or holding promotions to help support the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Make March Meaningful campaign.
State lawmakers are moving to limit the power of police and prosecutors to take away property they say is involved in criminal activity without actually having to first convict the owner.
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.
The two school districts that serve Ahwatukee are bucking a trend, spending more in the classroom than the state average, according to a new report released last week by the Auditor General’s Office.
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