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A collection of aviation and military-themed memorabilia has seemingly vanished into thin air after it was removed from an old building at Scottsdale Airport to make way for construction of a new business center.

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The suspended superintendent’s long career at the East Valley Institute of Technology is coming to a rocky end, but at least Sally Downey will enjoy a cushy landing.

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The City of Scottsdale continues to rack up legal bills related to a civil suit filed by a resident that dates back to the early days of the dispute over the Desert Discovery Center and the future of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

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A trash truck leaking pool chemicals shut down a Scottsdale roadway last week and sent one city truck driver to hospital, highlighting the need for residents to properly dispose of hazardous chemicals.

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With less than two weeks until the filing deadline, proponents of saving Arizonans from an unexpected $155-million income tax hike sought by Gov. Doug Ducey this year have given up.

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The Scottsdale Police Department and Silent Witness are offering up to $11,000 in reward money for information leading to arrests in the burglary at Don & Charlie’s that resulted in the loss of 33 of the restaurant’s prized, autographed baseballs.

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The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board could soon revisit the district’s relationship with the Scottsdale Education Association, the labor organization that represents many teachers and other staff throughout the district.


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An informal deal between Scottsdale’s Water Resources Department and a swanky northern Scottsdale golf club has caused headaches for officials after the club threatened to sue to recoup over $1 million it invested in infrastructure on the city’s behalf.

A collection of aviation and military-themed memorabilia has seemingly vanished into thin air after it was removed from an old building at Scottsdale Airport to make way for construction of a new business center.

On a dark, rainy early evening, a group of nearly 20 young girls – all donning rain jackets and ponchos in nearly every color of the rainbow – gathered at the trailhead of Barrier Free Nature Trail in northern Scottsdale for a nature walk.