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The Pleasant Valley War exploded out of a bitter feud between two families that stole cattle. Historians have tried to document exactly what happened. But they ran into misinformation campaigns designed to protect those involved.
The Phoenix New Times recently culled together a list of neighborhoods you might not have heard of — and they think you should know about. One favorite emerging neighborhood, Eastlake Park, is an area just east of Chase Field in downtown Phoenix that’s been cut through by the light rail on both Washington and Jefferson streets in recent years.
A group of 13 universities from the U.S., Canada and Mexico have come together to form the University Climate Change Coalition, or UC3. They’ll use resources and research to help advance climate change goals. We’re joined now by Betsy Cantwell, vice president for Research Development at ASU’s Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development.
Near the top of the list of things most of us are afraid of — not including nuclear war or public speaking — are snakes. For some reason, Zoltan Takacs is not only unafraid of snakes — they’ve actually become a major part of his career.
In 2014, former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s workplace immigration raids were challenged in court. The American Civil Liberties Union filed suit against the county and the state to stop the raids, which relied on identity theft laws. Now, those parties have reached a final settlement in the case.
On Tuesday, Mesa Mayor John Giles made an announcement that the center city is about to get a long-awaited development that will continue this growth. Palladium Enterprises is developing the Grid, a $60 million mixed-use residential, office and restaurant project on Main Street that will being 500 new residents to downtown Mesa. It will be built in an underused parking garage the city owns and partner with CO+HOOTS, a successful coworking community.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and most Republicans are supporting two separate bills — one in the House and the other in the Senate — that would give Arizona military veterans a break on their state taxes. Not all Republicans support the plan.
The meetings come after a federal lawsuit ruling in the cities’ and historical neighborhoods’ favor– essentially saying the FAA didn’t have enough community input before if changed the flight paths in 2014.