Maricopa sets new standards for multifamily housing
Housing developers looking to build in Pinal County’s largest city will face new standards. The city of Maricopa invited residents to provide input on design guidelines for multifamily housing.
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Exit Interview: Why acclaimed storyteller Rachel Egboro left Phoenix for New York
In Phoenix, Rachel Egboro developed two, parallel careers — one in nonprofits and philanthropy and another on storytelling stages across the Valley. Now she lives in New York. She talked to The Show about why.
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Downtown Phoenix event celebrates Navajo Code Talkers
On Sunday, residents gathered in downtown Phoenix to celebrate National Navajo Code Talkers Day. The event honored the members of the U.S. Marine Corps who used the Navajo language to relay unbreakable coded messages during World War II.
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Maricopa County to release primary election canvass Monday
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Monsoon weather to continue throughout the week
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Lake, Finchem should be fined for frivolous lawsuits, attorney says
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New law puts voters of color at higher risk of losing mail ballots
Arizona SB 1485 changes eligibility requirements for vote-by-mail, mandating that voters must be removed from the Early Voting List if they have not cast a ballot by mail in the last 4 years.
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Anne Heche has died, her spokesperson says
Heche had been on life support after suffering a "severe anoxic brain injury," caused by a lack of oxygen, when her car crashed into a home Aug. 5.
Salman Rushdie remains in critical condition, his son says
The author is recovering, but it will be a long process, those close to him say. His injuries include a damaged liver and severed nerves in an arm and an eye.
Freya the walrus drew crowds of fans. And that's why Norway decided to euthanize her
Authorities had warned people not to get close to her or pose for photos with the massive mammal. As a last resort, officials decided she posed a threat to humans and needed to be euthanized.
Police name the man they say crashed his car and killed himself near the U.S. Capitol
A 29-year-old man drove his car into a barricade and fired a gun into the air before killing himself, officials said. Authorities believe he did not appear to be targeting any members of Congress.
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, nicknamed India's Warren Buffett, dies at 62
Jhunjhunwala, a chartered accountant from the northern state of Rajasthan, began investing in the stock market while he was still in college, starting off with capital of just 5,000 rupees ($63).