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Valley Leadership has announced the 56 members of Class 36, the latest group of Phoenix-area business and civic leaders picked for the group's annual Leadership Institute.
The woman accused of causing the death of 2-year-old Savannah Cross pleaded not guilty to the allegations in Maricopa County Superior Court on Monday Suspect pleads not guilty in Savannah Cross murder The woman accused of causing the death of 2-year-old Savannah Cross pleaded not guilty to the allegations in Maricopa County Superior Court on Monday ... (more)
A Phoenix woman who helped run a childcare business has pleaded not guilty in the 2012 death of a young girl.
There's a certain degree of uncertainty when a new restaurant opens, but when it's burgers for $10 in the lobby of your building, you don't hesitate.
A woman accused of luring two people to a home for an attempted armed robbery was arrested Friday, officials said.
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Another California investor has bought another Phoenix commercial property. California-based LBK Trust III has acquired the Westwood Business Park near Northern Avenue and Interstate 17 for $7.4 million.
The city of Phoenix has received seven proposals for the redevelopment of the Barrister Place Building and adjacent land parcels in downtown Phoenix.
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A 3-month-old male Siberian Husky is the center of attention at Paradise Valley Mall's Puppies 'N Love pet store on July 8, 2014.The city in December 2013 passed an ordinance that prohibits pet stores from selling dogs and cats from commercial breeders.
A hearing will be held Wednesday to determine the fate of a historic building at the Arizona State Fairgrounds that played a key role in the implementation of the New Deal in the state during the Great Depression.
Kessler McLaughlin joined the KBTX news team in January 2014 as a Photojournalist/Reporter.
ASU law school construction in downtown Phoenix continues ASU's $129 million, six-story law school will soon be rising in downtown Phoenix Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1mv9MCb The first students will arrive in Fall of 2016 for classes at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.
I have a question for NN regarding energy consumption. Is it really wise to bring a bunch of people who will require a bunch of energy just to stay alive in the desert in the middle of summer? And, are they going to be required to bring their own water with them? Basically, Arizona gets its water either from wells or from the Colorado River system, ... (more)
Arizona has among the nation's highest death rates for children left in hot cars, yet it is not among the states, 19 and counting, with laws specifically addressing the issue.
A white-bearded Arizona restaurateur has won Key West's annual "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest on his sixth attempt.
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