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Congress gives ‘right to try’ drug bill final OK

24 May

When Brophy College Preparatory student Diego Morris needed a life-saving experimental treatment that was not available in the United States,…

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U.S. Postal Service offers 1st scratch-and-sniff stamps

22 May

The U.S. Postal Service’s first scratch-and-sniff stamps will add the sweet scent of summer to letters of love, friendship, party…

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Charles Montoya will be new Avondale city manager

15 May

The Avondale City Council is scheduled to vote May 21 to make Charles Montoya the City of Avondale’s new city…

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National Park Service works to attract more ethnically diverse visitors

28 Apr

More than 6 million people visited the Grand Canyon last year, but only a tiny fraction were people of color.…

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Ducey: Lawmakers agree to compromise with educators

27 Apr

Legislators and Gov. Doug Ducey have reached a compromise on a state budget that would provide a 20 percent pay…

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Arizona’s Opportunity Zone nominations approved

16 Apr

Governor Doug Ducey announced that the State of Arizona submitted its nominations for Opportunity Zones to the U.S. Department of…

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Reports indicate Arizona bridges are generally safe

21 Mar

One local expert on bridge safety said Arizona’s bridges are generally safe even though the federal government has listed hundreds…

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AZCREW will discuss new tax laws at March lunch

13 Mar

The intricacies of the new tax laws can be daunting, especially when it comes to their impact on real estate…

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Servers worry that proposed rule to pool tips will hit pay

10 Mar

The tips Jonathan Teslevich earns are “crucial to my life,” which is why the Phoenix bartender worries that a new…

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Phoenix, SRP reach historic water agreement

8 Mar

The Phoenix City Council has approved a 40-year partnership with Salt River Project to help ensure reliable water deliveries in…

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