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The COVID-19 pandemic and associated shutdowns have hurt shopping malls across the country, but executives with Macerich see some small signs of improvement heading into 2021.
Former Assistant Chief Jeff Walther will take over the Scottsdale Police Department on a temporary basis after Police Chief Alan Rodbell retires Nov. 30.
A Scottsdale man has been arrested on suspicion of killing 47-year-old Danita Hunter in the backyard of her Chandler home on the evening of Aug. 29.
The Arizona Department of Health Services shut down a Scottsdale pizzeria last week for violating state health and safety rules designed to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Junk in the Trunk Market is back and ready for business with its new Holiday Pop-Up at Scottsdale Quarter through Dec. 27.
Gov. Doug Ducey refused last week to impose new restrictions or mandates on individuals even as his own health chief warned of an increasing number of Arizonans becoming infected with COVID-19.
Forget about getting that margarita to go with your take-out order of fajitas, at least for the time being.
A Scottsdale businesswoman is taking on the newly voter-approved proposition that adds an income tax surcharge to wealthy wage earners to fund public education.
Since opening in February, the USS Arizona Memorial Gardens at Salt River has been visited by thousands of guests who pay tribute to the men aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, sharing their stories, efforts and sacrifice.
Scottsdale’s American Legion Post 44 will host an outdoor ceremony at its downtown Scottsdale location to commemorate Veterans Day this year.