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In this special edition of the In The Know podcast, Maricopa County Sheriff candidate Jerry Sheridan sits down with Executive Editor Terrance Thornton. In less than 30 days residents of Maricopa … more
In less than 30 days residents of Maricopa County will elect a new sheriff from a field of two candidates — both career lawmen. The incumbent, Sheriff Paul Penzone, a Democrat, contends he … more
Arizona ranks 10th in the nation for identity theft reports in one year, reporting 8,853 cases of stolen personal information in one year. Among the types of identity theft, opening a new credit … more
Becca Linnig, a Realtor, answers questions about short-term rentals and a project on Phoenix’s Papago Park, which Scottsdale is a part of. Ms. Linnig is one of six candidates seeking to be … more
As swaths of Arizona residents have been participating in social-distance measures curbing the widespread of the COVID-19 virus many have found themselves thrust into the digital landscape. As … more
Jorge Barrera Hernandez, 35, was arrested and charged with multiple counts of arson after he set an occupied apartment structure on fire, Scottsdale Police Department officials say. At … more
With residents concerned about short-term rentals wreaking havoc in some Scottsdale neighborhoods, mayoral candidates David Ortega and Lisa Borowsky have differing opinions on supporting the vacation … more
Scottsdale City Council candidate Tom Durham answers reader-submitted questions on short-term rentals and the Papago Park land deal for this week’s Q&A series. Mr. Durham is one of six … more
Did elementary school classrooms impact Scottsdale’s COVID-19 case numbers at all? Two local ZIP codes saw notable increases in positive cases in recent weeks since kindergarten through … more
Scottsdale medical marijuana facilities have been given the green light to extend their hours of operation an additional three hours — to 10 p.m. — after Scottsdale City Council approved … more
For this week’s Scottsdale City Council Q&A series, candidate Betty Janik answers questions on topics submitted by readers: short-term rentals and the Papago Park land deal. Ms. Janik … more
Scottsdale has unmasked, potentially putting the city at risk for increased cases of COVID-19 during a critical time. Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane removed the mask mandate for the city on Sept. 21. … more
For this week’s Scottsdale City Council Q&A series, candidates answer questions on topics submitted by readers: short-term rentals and the Papago Park land deal. Tammy Caputi is one of … more
The alleged suspect sought by Scottsdale Police involving a homicide at 8100 E. Via Sonrisa has been reportedly found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. more
More than 6,000 people in total within Scottsdale have tested positive for COVID-19, numbers mapped to the city’s nine ZIP codes show. In total, numbers provided by the Arizona Department of … more
Scottsdale City Council candidate Tom Durham, one of six candidates, points out the need for guidelines, design standards and following protocol when it comes to big projects in Scottsdale. … more
When asked about Old Town Scottsdale redevelopment, Betty Janik, one of six candidates for Scottsdale City Council, wants more residents to be a part of the discussion. Leading up to the Nov. 3 … more
Scottsdale Police Department Chief of Police Alan Rodbell announced Oct. 2 that he will be retiring on Dec. 1, to pursue an opportunity in the private sector, department officials say. Chief … more
A purple state refers to a region where the Democratic and Republican parties receive an analogous range of support. more
The Scottsdale Police Department is requesting assistance from the public in identifying the driver of a hit-and-run vehicle that struck a pedestrian. At 9:30 p.m. Sept. 26, an adult female … more
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