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The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board has allocated an additional $4 million towards renovations at fire-ravaged Navajo Elementary School to make the campus asbestos free and replace aging and crumbling infrastructure.

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The fourth dolphin death in 16 months at Dolphinaris has caused leading national animal welfare advocates to call for an independent and public investigation and locals to protest in support of closing the facility permanently.

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Two Scottsdale councilwomen have moved to slow down the process to call a bond election so that city staff can hold more public outreach on which projects voters might support this fall.

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