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Scottsdale Unified School District’s Class of 2019 included 1,820 students who collectively earned an estimated $80.3 million in scholarships.

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WASHINGTON – Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Tucson, said he expects “full vindication” after the House Ethics Committee’s request for documents involving four-year-old allegations of a hostile workplace in his congressional office.

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Longstanding plans to build a new office building next to the Galleria Corporate Centre are set to go back before the City Council as the property owner seeks to add additional height to the proposed project.

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State utility regulators voted last week to immediately block electric companies under their purview from shutting off power to residential customers who do not pay their bills from June 1 through Oct. 15.

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The Scottsdale City Attorney will take a closer look at allegations levied against the NoDDC political action committee and its founder Jason Alexander after the City Clerk found reason to believe campaign finance violations may have occurred.

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Ross Heyl, coordinator of  Scottsdale’s Beat the Heat program and city social worker Kelly Van Wave met at southern Scottsdale resident Helga Charbonneau’s home one day to deliver a Beat the Heat goodie bag filled with drinks, snacks, toiletries, notepads and pens, a book of stamps and a $35…

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The ever-changing face of McDowell Road in southern Scottsdale lost an iconic storefront last week when workers began disassembling the Polynesian Dairy Queen building that sat near 68th Street for decades.