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On June 8, the Scottsdale City Council unanimously adopted a new general plan for the first time since 2012, but the document must still pass muster with Scottsdale voters in November.

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A third-party database used by Scottsdale Police to collect identifying information on suspects and offenders provided an incorrect Social Security number that led Scottsdale City Court to garnish over $1,000 from the wrong person.

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Residents of a southern Scottsdale neighborhood have mobilized to push the owner of a nearby shopping center to lower proposed heights and densities bordering the city’s Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt.

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As temperatures settle into the triple digits, many Scottsdale residents are preparing for a summer spent cooling off by the pool.

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While Memorial Day ceremonies have been canceled for the second consecutive year at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Cave Creek, the City of Scottsdale, American Legion Post 44 and other local civic organizations will host a Memorial Day program at Scottsdale Civic Center.

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The bid by Gov. Doug Ducey to permanently cut $1.5 billion a year of state revenues is based on an economic theory and a set of numbers that may not hold up under closer examination.

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