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The first public step in the Canyon Reserve developers’ effort to get the city approvals they need to begin building the mammoth Canyon Reserve community on the former State Trust Land parcel in Ahwatukee has turned out to be a stumble.

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An Ahwatukee Foothills man who already helped two relatives flee their war-torn homeland is raising money to bring more Ukrainians to the United States.

Less than a year ago, Mesa City Council approved a development and water agreement for a large data center with a mysterious Delaware-based company called Redale LLC.

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The nationwide labor shortage will impact summer fun for untold thousands of Phoenix children and adults this summer after the city announced it can open only half of its pools beginning Memorial Day weekend.

With carbon emissions steadily rising, Arizona State University engineers are pushing to slow its damaging effects by creating treelike metal structures that attract carbon dioxide like a magnet and hold it like a sponge.

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Signs advising people they don’t have to give money to panhandlers are being installed on city light posts along main arteries throughout Ahwatukee at city Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s request to discourage what he calls “unsafe situations that neither benefit the individual nor our community.”

The families of the two victims of a fatal helicopter crash at Chandler Municipal Airport last fall – one from Ahwatukee – have filed legal claims against the City of Chandler, asking for a combined $20 million because of their wrongful deaths.

Relief may finally be on the way for Chandler motorists who get snarled in traffic in the corridor between the state’s two largest cities.

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A traffic study estimates that the incoming Canyon Reserve master planned community in Ahwatukee will generate a maximum 13,704 daily trips after buildout and provides a vision for how those trips will impact traffic in the area.