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Efforts to fund a pipeline to get cheaper water to the Club West Golf Course may have taken another hit. [Read More]
Odelay Bagel owner Ryan Probst is merging one of his favorite pastimes with his desire to help less-fortunate people with a special kind of bike... [Read More]
The community is rallying around a Desert Vista High School senior who is battling a rare disease that could claim her life without cutting-edge treatments. [Read More]
An area legislator's proposal to require that teachers get mandatory training in suicide prevention has been revived as part of Gov. Doug Ducey's plan to... [Read More]
There probably aren't many comedies in which coffins play a big role, but the spring play Desert Vista High School thespians will present is an... [Read More]
With public school teachers pondering a strike vote this week and planning to hold peaceful "walk-ins" again today, April 18, Ahwatukee students and their parents... [Read More]
The old saying in baseball revolves around having a cup of coffee in the major leagues. It means a young player gets a whiff of... [Read More]
If you stop to think about it for a minute, Adelyn Troutman of Ahwatukee has had needles stuck in her little arms far more times... [Read More]
Alluding to such historic moments as the Norman Conquest and the Magna Carta, an Ahwatukee consultant continues to challenge the Arizona Department of Transportation's entire... [Read More]
As he forges ahead in an effort to become the first Ahwatukee resident to be elected the mayor of Phoenix, Moses Sanchez has made City... [Read More]
In four years, Mountain Pointe High School's girls softball team's three seniors have experienced just about everything Arizona high school softball has to offer. [Read More]
An Ahwatukee teen is completing her project for her Girl Scout Gold Award by trying to save the lives of despondent young people who are... [Read More]
An Ahwatukee church has helped make an area nonprofit organization's bustling thrift shop offer shoppers unusual riches and a chance to support struggling neighbors. [Read More]
Kellye Pummill's arms are covered in tattoos, each one with a different meaning, but with a common thread – her daughter Marissa Pummill. [Read More]