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Gun-related calls for service in downtown’s entertainment district have increased between 20 and 25 percent every year, with the exception of last year, according Scottsdale Police Chief Jeff Walther. 

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Junk in the Trunk is poised to celebrate its 10th anniversary this coming weekend with three days of shopping amid offerings from local creators and vintage curators. 

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As construction is set to begin on the $27.3 million renovation to the Scottsdale Civic Center, many of its iconic sculptures and statues are being removed.

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Kelsey Shaw and her two children were preparing to spend the morning picking up litter along the Salt River when they spotted the dozens of caterpillars in one of the parking lots in recreational areas of the Tonto National Forest off Bush Highway near Saguaro Lake.

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Concussions have forced their way into the national health conversation, in large part because of a better understanding of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, the byproduct of numerous concussions and head trauma.

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As Scottsdale and the rest of the nation struggle with the ongoing menace of COVID-19, another public health danger is becoming a bigger threat here.

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Gun-related calls for service in downtown’s entertainment district have increased between 20 and 25 percent every year, with the exception of last year, according Scottsdale Police Chief Jeff Walther. 

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