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Maracay will unveil Deseo in Peoria
Maracay is debuting Deseo with a grand opening celebration on Saturday, April 27. Located at 77th Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road, the new home community is comprised of 94 homesites that offer RV garage, accessory garage and casita options on select homesites.
Fire crews fight brush fire in New River near Interstate 17
NEW RIVER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Fire crews are working a brush fire burning near Interstate 17 and Table Mesa Road north of the Valley. Daisy Mountain Fire and Medical spokesman, Brent Fenton, said crews arrived on scene of a fire burning in along Table Mesa Road about two miles west of the freeway. It
80 nonprofits collect $180,000 in prize money from Arizona Gives Day
More than 80 nonprofits participating in Arizona Gives Day from around the state, including large and small organizations focused on animal welfare, the arts, child welfare, human rights and more, collected $180,000 in additional prize money during the 24-hour online fund-raising event hosted by The
Woman accused of harassing man with 159,000 texts: 'I can't believe that I'm actually in jail over some text messages'
PHOENIX – A woman accused of sending a man more than 159,000 text messages and breaking into his Arizona home wants her case to go to trial, believing a jury will find her innocent while also ordering her and the man she's accused of stalking to wed.
Peoria woman has life-changing spine surgery
Ashley Skeeters just wanted to have another baby. That’s what she told Dr. Laura Snyder of Barrow Neurological Institute when she sought help for back pain that remained after a 2009 back surgery in Chicago called microdiscectomy.
Police say Peoria teen made up claims against teacher
PEORIA, AZ — A Peoria high school teacher has been cleared of allegations of having an inappropriate relationship and the teen that made them may face prosecution. Police said Thursday that the 14-year-old girl could be charged with filing a false police report.
Faculty Vote No Confidence in Maricopa's Chancellor
Faculty groups at nine of the 10 colleges in the Maricopa County Community College District last week voted no confidence in the leadership of Maria Harper-Marinick, the large two-year college system's chancellor, according to a report in The Arizona Republic.
Arizona Restaurant Week is ready to showcase special menus
Foodies can enjoy discounted entrees at more than 120 Valley restaurants during Arizona Restaurant Week, Friday, May 17, to Sunday, May 26. “I’m excited because it’s a chance for restaurants to show off their very best culinary skills and gives diners the chance to try lots of different options,” sa
Proposal for 30 new homes receives some opposition in Peoria
Amid some opposition, the Peoria Planning and Zoning Commission paved the way to bring a proposed 30 lot single-family residential development named Bella Pasa to 75th Avenue and Acoma Drive.
Pinal County: Woman tried to pay for raffle with fake $100 bill at Country Thunder
FLORENCE, AZ — The Pinal County Sheriff's Office says a woman from Surprise tried to pass off a fake $100 bill while entering a raffle for an organization that helps the families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty during Country Thunder.
1 dead, 1 injured in road rage shooting in Glendale
Alleged suspect turns himself in one day after incident. A pair of 18-year-olds embarked on a ride for food. But what happened during that drive is now part of the lives of their family and the one young man who survived a road rage shooting in Glendale.
Your Guide to the Best 4/20 Parties and Events in Phoenix in 2019
This story was originally published on April 17, 2019. Watchu know about 4/20? Probably some pot jokes or even that April 20th happens to be a major holiday for marijuana lovers everywhere. And you’d be right, at least about that latter fact.
Dillon’s in Peoria to close Thunderbird location
A popular Peoria eatery is closing one of its locations. The owners of Dillon’s restaurants announced they will close their first location on April 28. Rich Dillon and George Valverde, owners of R&G BBQ Concepts, publicly posted they will close the location, 8706 W. Thunderbird Road, and thanked pat
sHereos: “Acknowledge contributions, be generous with your time and treat people with respect” With Bonnie Rothman of Company B
Share. Acknowledge contributions, be generous with your time and treat people with respect. In today’s world, where the opposite seems to be what gets you ahead, you’ll be remembered and rewarded for being the person in the room who understands that work doesn’t get done with excellence without the
Ground broken for Banner Boswell major facelift in Sun City
Fifty years after ground was first broken for Boswell Memorial Hospital in Sun City, that facility is now set to embark upon a $60 million renovation project that will totally transform the look of the facility and prepare it for the next 50 years.
Peoria Fire: 4 firefighters hurt while battling fire at APS battery facility
SURPRISE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Fire officials in Peoria say four firefighters were hurt while working on a battery fire at an APS facility. According to Peoria Fire officials, multiple West Valley agencies were working on the battery fire, and Peoria Fire's HAZMAT team was on scene and making an entry
PD: Peoria woman arrested for DUI after dropping kids at preschool
PEORIA, AZ — A woman was arrested for DUI after dropping her children off at their preschool. Peoria police report that on April 12 around 10 a.m., they responded to a preschool near 75th and Peoria avenues for a reported DUI with children in the car.
YARNELL DAZE STREET CLOSURE NOTICE
YARNELL DAZE May 18, 2019 PARADE ROUTE/EVENT EFFECTING STREET CLOSURES & TRAFFIC CHANGES. AZ ST 89 mile marker 272 to 278 between Congress and Peeples Valley. Your cooperation is important to resident and visitor safety during this annual event.
Surprise Fire Department offering training for emergencies
Surprise residents interested in learning how to volunteer in an emergency or disaster situation will soon get hands-on training. The Surprise Fire-Medical Department is offering free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training during several classes in May.
Smashmouth softball: Lady Dust Devils have been downright offensive in 2019
MOHAVE VALLEY — The compound word smashmouth has been often used to describe football teams, but the River Valley High School Lady Dust Devils’ style depicts smashmouth softball.