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AZGFD — Standing at less than 11 inches tall, the American kestrel is a mighty bird of prey, yet the future of this fierce little falcon is uncertain, as populations are...
Several foxes have been seen alongside trailheads in Maricopa and other counties, and there is evidence the outbreak may be spreading to more urban areas, posing additional risk to people and pets in residential communities.
To celebrate its 10th season of entertaining the far Northwest Valley, Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) is giving Valley residents a chance to see the hit show at Gammage for just a $20 entry fee.
Following recent fatal off-highway vehicle (OHV) accidents, the Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds everyone about the importance of following best practices when driving on the state’s trails and public land roads.
Homeowners are holding on to their houses for 10 years now, on average, compared to just 6 years in 2009 and years prior. Recent research reveals this and a wealth of other information about buyers and sellers of homes in the United States, the obstacles they face and the motivations behind their decisions.
ADOT has added 26 “Wrong Way” signs, each bigger than a sheet of plywood, on I-17 bridges and other structures between the I-10 “Stack” interchange and Loop 101.
DMFD — It is with great sadness that we report the loss of Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical Captain David “Wade” Barter. Captain Barter was involved in a tragic hunting accident in the State of Colorado on November 16, 2017.
NVSO will help get North Phoenix in the holiday spirit with a range of performances from Dec. 2 through Dec. 17.
On Wildlife Day Nov. 18, the public can see and photograph several wild animals, including prairie dogs, a ringtail, reptiles, various owls, hawks and falcons, at Arizona Game and Fish Department's North Phoenix event.
Sections of Interstate 17 in Phoenix will be narrowed to one lane during overnight hours Tuesday night, Nov. 7 through Friday morning for overhead sign work, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Mayor Greg Stanton and City Councilmembers Thelda Williams and Debra Stark today began the process for the City of Phoenix to take legal action against pharmaceutical companies and distributors whose fraudulent marketing helped to create the national opioid epidemic.
Drivers who use Pioneer Road at Interstate 17 (Black Canyon Freeway) in north Phoenix should plan to use an alternate route and allow extra travel time Tuesday, Nov. 7, while the Arizona Department of Transportation completes guardrail repairs.
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR — Governor Doug Ducey today issued an Executive Order instructing all state agencies to adopt new hiring procedures intended to provide a second chance and increased...
North Valley Symphony Orchestra’s three youth ensembles — Youth Orchestra, Youth Strings and Symphonettes — will put on a holiday performance at Outlets at Anthem Saturday, Dec. 2 at 3:00 p.m. near the giant Christmas tree.
Daisy Mountain Fire Department is conducting classes that utilize the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) curriculum and certified instructors to create certified graduates who just might save a life.
Daisy Mountain Veterans will deliver the third batch of 50 plastic mats for homeless veterans on Oct. 17. The mats, woven by volunteers from discarded shopping bags, have been given to vets all over Arizona.
North Phoenix drivers using the Loop 303 to reach I-10 will find work on the interchange there completed, ADOT announced.
You know how frustrating they can be. A new study provides details: New vehicle infotainment systems take drivers’ eyes off the road and hands off the wheel for potentially dangerous periods of time.
NVSO's 2017-2018 concert season includes four performances, beginning Oct. 14 with “Russian Roundup,” featuring works by Tchaikovsky, Dmitri Shostakovich, Modeste Mussorgsky and other Russian composers.
Vehicles damaged by floodwater from recent hurricanes are likely to find their way to Arizona and other states and offered to unsuspecting buyers, ADOT says. The agency offers explains how to be vigilant and what to look for.