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ADOT announced a trio of closures planned for this weekend due to the ongoing construction projects.
At least 34 people were fraud victims in a rash of card skimming in Anthem. Learn why it’s so hard to solve the problem, and how you can protect yourself.
Cocktails, dinner, a raffle and music and dancing Aug. 24, all for a good cause.
Criminals impersonating Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office employees are calling county residents, threatening them with arrest over supposed unpaid fines or for missing jury duty.
Travel along I-17 near Pinnacle Peak Road will get a little congested in the overnight hours from Aug. 12 through Aug. 17 with lane closures and full closures planned as ADOT continues work on the new overpass.
Drivers hoping for a smoother ride along a rough, pothole-ridden stretch of Carefree Highway between Desert Hills and I-17, will have to wait a while longer, but there is a plan.
ADOT announced four road restrictions that could affect North Phoenix drivers this weekend.
The first phase of a City of Phoenix project to better handle wastewater from Anthem’s west side, and to deal with any possible future development, has begun.
Eastbound Loop 101 will be closed between Cave Creek Road and State Route 51 in north Phoenix from 10 p.m. Friday, July 26, to 5 a.m. Monday, July 29.
Boundary changes have been on the district’s radar for a while, as years of demographer’s data point to uneven enrollment across elementary schools and high schools.
DVUSD’s school within the Union Park at Norterra neighborhood aims to avoid overcrowding at nearby Norterra and Sonoran Foothills schools.
The Central Fire, as it’s been named, originated within Tonto National Forest about 3 miles east-northeast of New River.