The Phoenix Police Department is losing more officers than it can find to replace them as the total number of sworn personnel continues in a near freefall.
Lawyers in the Ahwatukee Lakes hearing got into the weeds – and the lakes, trees, irrigation valves and sand – as owner Wilson Gee’s right-hand man said he expects nine holes on the beleaguered course to be open for play by Thanksgiving.
Phoenix is relatively flush with cash but administration officials have warned City Council that might not last too long once they begin preparing for the 2022-23 budget.
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments about whether the ban on mask mandates at public schools was legally enacted, but the mandate in Kyrene and Tempe Union school districts likely will remain throughout October at a minimum unless COVID-19 transmission levels subside.
Phoenix officials have allocated $12 million for distribution to needy families, likely through some form of debit card that will be good for $500 to $1,000 a month for 12 months.
As if online-driven vandalism isn’t enough of a challenge, Tempe Union High School District is struggling to curb increasing discipline issues at its high schools.
The Foothills Club West Association board hit back hard at The Edge’s claim that it has been holding up a resolution of the golf course suit and contended it has not lost the declarant rights to the course.
Like an astronaut preparing for takeoff, Kristie Levy of Ahwatukee is checking her gear and limbering up for a ride next week into the unknown.
A hearing on two homeowners’ request that Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course owner Wilson Gee’s company pay at least $500,000 in penalties resumed Sept. 29 and will be entering a third day Oct. 6.
Seventeen years and one month ago today, paramedics arrived at an Ahwatukee home and found the lifeless body of 5-year-old Joshua Eberle-Martinson in a bunk bed in a spare bedroom.
A planned hunt of bison on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon appeared likely to move forward despite last-minute pleas by lawmakers in Colorado to move the animals there instead.
WASHINGTON – New projections show that Lake Mead and Lake Powell could reach “critically low reservoir elevations” sooner than expected, spurring experts to say that “bold actions” will be needed to change course.
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- Son’s autism leads local couple to start business
- Phoenix to give some families debit cards for up to $1K a month
- High court to consider masks in November
- Half of Lakes course could be open by Thanksgiving
- Tempe Union aiming to abolish school resource officers
- Mega-watt Halloween display burns bright in Ahwatukee
- Phoenix PD ranks in freefall, recruits dwindle
- Phoenix flush with cash but not for very long
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