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Scottsdale Unified School District warned parents on Friday that it could have to close up to 10 schools if COVID-19 cases continue to rise in three ZIP codes that represent about a quarter of the district’s total student population.

Upset with his ruling on a proposed tax hike for education, the Maricopa County Democratic Party is trying to deny Superior Court Judge Christopher Coury another four-year term on the bench.

A $9.4-million infrastructure reimbursement deal designed to keep Axon from leaving Scottsdale won unanimous approval from City Council on Aug. 25 and drew widespread praise from its members.