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If you’re thinking about grilling a burger or a steak for Super Bowl Sunday, be prepared to dig deeper into your wallet.

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WASHINGTON –Advocates say more quality time with elderly citizens could help turn around Arizona’s faltering standing in a national report on senior health.

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 Initial reaction to the Edge Group’s Club West Golf Course plan suggests it’s too early to tell how it will fare with the community.

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Club West Golf Course would remain an 18-hole – but substantially smaller – playing field and pick up 162 single-family homes and a new clubhouse-community center under a plan unveiled last week by four investors and a team of other experts.

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Come next Monday, as Gloria Lazard will tell you, a lot of girls will knocking on doors across Ahwatukee and Arizona for what has become perhaps one of the state’s tastier annual rituals – Girl Scout Cookie Sales.

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The battle between Promontory residents in Ahwatukee and the Arizona Department of Transportation over noise coming from the Congressman Ed Pastor Freeway continues, though some hope emerged for a problem affecting many homeowners along the Pecos stretch of the highway.

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The stage has now been set for yet another showdown in two homeowners’ 6-year-old fight to have the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course restored after their attorney asked the Arizona Supreme Court to the appeal filed by owner Wilson Gee and former owner The True Life Companies.

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WASHINGTON – The late Sen. John McCain combined leadership positions that came from almost four decades in Congress with a flair for the media spotlight – as one analyst noted, the Arizona Republican was typically “unavoidable for comment.”

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State lawmakers returned this week to the Capitol to deal with something they appear to have plenty: Money and who gets it.