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Since it is offering 30,000 square feet of its warehouse to create Arizona’s first indoor, drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine center, it’s tempting to rebrand Dexcom as “vaxcom.”

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Driven largely by a projected enrollment decline of about 1,250 students, Kyrene School District will get $6 million less in state revenue in the coming school year that two upcoming rounds of federal pandemic relief won’t come close to covering.

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Face masks, plastic bottles and bags – and feces, both dog and human – are some of the unsightly waste you could encounter these days while hiking in the red rocks of Sedona. 

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It was game, set, match for the Club West Conservancy last week as a second Superior Court ruling shot down – likely for good – the old HOA board’s acquisition of the land use rights that could have made it easier to change the Club West Golf Course’s future.

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Traffic deaths in Arizona surged during the COVID-19 pandemic even as the number of miles driven in the state appeared to be decreasing, according to preliminary statistics from 2020.

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Students, staff and any visitor to a Kyrene or Tempe Union campus must still wear masks and Ahwatukee businesses can still require customers to wear them.

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With extreme summer temperatures fast approaching, Phoenix city administration has proposed allocating $2.8 million toward “climate change and heat readiness” in its trial budget.