The Class of 2020
- Police seek help in probing Scottsdale man’s slaying
- Plans for big Entertainment District project filed
- Deadly force proposal draws some candidates’ support
- Modest Fourth of July celebration planned
- SUSD to unveil reopening options this week
- Long-delayed Francine sets opening date
- Tariffs threaten wine industry, experts warn
- Election 2020 kicks up a notch as early voting begins
- Mask protest puts Phillips on the hot seat
- Chaparral student helped state with school reopening plan
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Despite calls from the mayor and a majority of the City Council, Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips will not resign from office after a national backlash against comments he made at a protest against the city’s mask mandate on June 24.
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The City of Scottsdale has modified local regulations and waived fees to provide relief to businesses affected by the recent cornavirus business shutdowns and encourage social distancing.
A Scottsdale lawmaker who heads the House Ethics Committee is weighing whether to have full-blown hearings into the panel’s investigation of a fellow Republican legislator over allegations of an alleged love affair with a lobbyist.
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Scottsdale’s tourism arm unveiled its strategy for injecting life back into the city’s pandemic-devastated tourism industry.
A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to raise money for the family of a Scottsdale man found murdered inside his Gilbert business.
Campaign contributions – and where they come from – are taking center stage in the 2020 Scottsdale City Council and mayoral races as some candidates and residents allege developers are pumping money into the campaigns to curry favor.