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Fired City Prosecutor Shawn Fuller has filed a lawsuit against the City of Scottsdale alleging he was terminated for whistleblowing on the city’s alleged mishandling of DUI cases.

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The Scottsdale City Council voted to accept findings by an independent ethics panel exonerating Councilman Guy Phillips, but Councilwoman Virginia Korte raised concerns that the vote will “open the flood gates” by tacitly allowing anonymous donations to flow into the ongoing City Council and…

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The Scottsdale Unified School District is extending its curbside meal program beyond the end of the school year and increasing the number of meals provided for school-aged children.

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The NoDDC political action committee and its co-founder Jason Alexander committed multiple campaign finance law violations, according to a report by Phoenix City Attorney Cris Meyer.

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With the COVID-19 pandemic still dominating the world, high school graduates and transfer students may choose to stay closer to home to continue their studies this fall.

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With packed City Council and mayoral races underway, three local civic and business organizations are partnering with local media to host two on-line candidate forums in the coming weeks.

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With packed City Council and mayoral races underway, three local civic and business organizations are partnering with local media to host two on-line candidate forums in the coming weeks.

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A face-off between the City of Scottsdale and an area restaurant has sparked a debate over whether the city’s stringent design standards are an asset to the city’s brand or simply an overbearing burden.

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Update: SUSD officially announced its new “no harm” grading policy on April 24 after this story went to print. Full details of the policy can be found at https://www.susd.org/cms/lib/AZ50000436/Centricity/Shared/COVID-19/Daily%20Briefings/2020_04_24_Parents%20Briefing.pdf.

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