The Phoenix Police Department released a critical incident briefing video on April 28, offering more information about an April 14 officer-involved shooting near Cave Creek and Beardsley roads.
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A neighborhood center with a Fry’s Food Store and Fuel Center and other businesses is coming to North Phoenix, according to the Greater Phoenix Economic Council.
Cave Creek Museum and the Kiwanis will host Celebrate the USA from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 15.
Music in May returns with four weeks of free concerts at Anthem Community Park beginning Friday, May 6, with the cover band The Very Secret Service.
For more than 25 years, Cox employees, through Cox Charities, have donated more than $9 million to help the Arizona communities in which they live and work.
In a unanimous vote April 20, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors appointed longtime county prosecutor Rachel Mitchell as county attorney.
Phoenix Rising signed two Valley teenagers — Jacob Harris and Josh Martinez — to USL Academy contracts, which “allow players to retain their amateur status while also being eligible to play for the first team.”
Chris Kennedy understands the power of camaraderie, teamwork and patriotic duty.
Flush with a $76 million surplus from this year, Phoenix City Manager Jeff Barton is proposing $1.7 billion in general fund spending for the fiscal year beginning July 1 that includes the creation of 166 new positions at a cost of $21 million.
A 14-member ad hoc committee recommended to Phoenix City Council a broad range of initiatives for moving the city toward more electric vehicle use, urging the construction of 500 charging stations, buying 200 EVs for city use and even developing a ride-sharing plan to give low-income people …