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Theresa Pinto, Maricopa County Flood Control project manager, spoke at a monthly meeting co-hosted by Friends of Daisy Mountain Trails and the Anthem Community Council Sept. 10 via Zoom to discuss Adobe Dam, Desert Hills and Apache Wash flooding data found in an ongoing study.

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Time flies when you are having fun. Especially when you are stuck for four hours on I-17, on your way out of Phoenix. The hands of time move very slowly. One hot afternoon I was forced, with a few thousand other motorists, to finally discover what it means to be trapped liked a rat in a vehi…

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Last year after hearing that New York was likely to cancel its 9/11 Tribute in Light due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Amped Coffee Co. owners Keith and Jeanine Walashek took it upon themselves to create their own tribute.

Phoenix officials began offering handsome bonuses to recruits and even other city employees who make referrals in a desperate effort to fill a growing number of police department vacancies.

Changes to state law mean that drivers who purchase alternative fuel vehicles will pay the same vehicle license tax (VLT) rate as other drivers by 2023. The change in VLT rates is phased-in, starting Jan. 1, 2022. 

While all-terrain vehicles are a popular way to explore off-road areas, the Arizona Department of Transportation reminds ATV riders it is illegal and unsafe to drive these vehicles along state roadways.