Now that Ahwatukee residents and the rest of their Phoenix neighbors must wear a facemask in a variety of public gatherings, city officials hope they won’t be calling 911 to rat out maskless people.
Gila River Hotels & Casinos has shut down for two weeks to review safety standards and disinfect properties after the COVID-19 related death last week of a security employee.
A new ruling last week by the U.S. Supreme Court on gay rights is imposing new restrictions on Arizona employers that neither the Legislature nor state courts were willing to do.
A new lawsuit by the state NAACP claims private prisons used by the state violate constitutional provisions including a prohibition against slavery.
The state’s top health official says the key to slowing the spread of COVID-19 could be finding a way to reach the people who believe they’re the least likely to get infected or suffer ill effects.
As more Valley school districts begin rolling out reopening plans in the shadow of a surge in COVID-19 cases in Arizona, Tempe Union Superintendent Dr. Kevin Mendivil last week unveiled a plan that would put students in classrooms only once a week – and then without most of their classmates.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators broke into applause last week as they gave overwhelming approval to a bill allocating up to $1.9 billion a year for public lands acquisition and national park maintenance fund, a bill advocates said is “55 years overdue.”
As the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board prepares for a study session tonight on two members’ controversial request to not fund school resource officers on four campuses – including Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe – they’ve found an unlikely ally.
The letters sent to Tempe Union High School officials demanding the reallocation of $450,000 earmarked for school resource officers at four high schools – including Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe – weren’t just related to the nationwide protests over police departments’ treatment of people…
Class of 2020
- Ducey OK with unmasked rallies, not bar patrons
- Tempe Union relents, will give students a 5-day in-class option
- Mt. Pointe senior tells board: SROs aren’t the problem
- Ahwatukee teen honored for her philanthropy
- Inspire Kids Montessori marks a decade here
- Ahwatukee mom, 2 others, focus on childhood issues
- School budgets feeling impact of the pandemic
- ‘Roller coaster’ time for new Ahwatukee burger joint
- Here are 2 ways people have large Roth IRA accounts
- Towards a more supportive and safe environment
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