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More electric and fuel-efficient motor vehicles and a gas tax that hasn’t been changed in 30 years are making it increasingly more difficult for Arizona to provide a highway system that can serve its rapidly rising population.

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Mesa Police have a two-pronged approach to the challenge of continuing a swift response in their fast-growing city to 911 calls: Hire more officers and farm out calls.

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Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus in east Mesa is encouraging Earth Month sustainability initiatives, offering students an opportunity to pick up sustainable plants like agave on the campus’ Lantana Lawn. 

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Two Valley mothers have started a push to permanently extend a pandemic-era rule that lets Arizona parents become paid direct care workers for their own children with disabilities.  

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Even after a federal agency deemed him an “imminent hazard” and banned him from interstate driving, the truck driver who plowed into a Mesa home – killing one resident and sending two others to the hospital – has not been charged with any crimes.

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More electric and fuel-efficient motor vehicles and a gas tax that hasn’t been changed in 30 years are making it increasingly more difficult for Arizona to provide a highway system that can serve its rapidly rising population.

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Mesa Police have a two-pronged approach to the challenge of continuing a swift response in their fast-growing city to 911 calls: Hire more officers and farm out calls.

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Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus in east Mesa is encouraging Earth Month sustainability initiatives, offering students an opportunity to pick up sustainable plants like agave on the campus’ Lantana Lawn. 

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Two Valley mothers have started a push to permanently extend a pandemic-era rule that lets Arizona parents become paid direct care workers for their own children with disabilities.  

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Even after a federal agency deemed him an “imminent hazard” and banned him from interstate driving, the truck driver who plowed into a Mesa home – killing one resident and sending two others to the hospital – has not been charged with any crimes.

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Arizona won’t force women to give birth in cases where a fetus has a genetic abnormality, at least not now, after a state senate from Mesa broke ranks and joined Democrats to defeat the measure.

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Twenty years ago this weekend, an explosion rocked a quiet southern Scottsdale neighborhood in the morning hours, sparking a house fire that sent flames over 20 feet into the air.

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As if anxious homebuyers in the East Valley don’t have enough to worry about, that troublesome barge in the Suez Canal piled on their mounting woes – as did the brutal winter storms in Texas two months ago.

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Raised in Chicago, Mary Cameli, then named Mary Damiani, came to Mesa in 1982 wanting two things: to get away from brutal winters and to be a teacher.

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Jason Bourne, a disabled veteran who lives in Surprise, drove down to Arizona Golf Resort in Mesa to play a round with his friends on March 26.

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Since it is offering 30,000 square feet of its warehouse to create Arizona’s first indoor, drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine center, it’s tempting to rebrand Dexcom as “vaxcom.”

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Imagine what it was like to be Dr. Andi Fourlis, rookie leader of the largest school district in the state – accepting the prestigious job in your hometown just as the pandemic is hitting the fan.

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