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GoDaddy executive-turned-pastor Brad Larson has made it his mission to create and foster community, not just within his church Gateway Church Scottsdale but throughout the entire area.

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As wildfires ravage parts of the state, pushing wild animals out of their natural habitats, the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is experiencing an influx of injured, displaced, and orphaned wild animals at its refuge and rehabilitation center. 

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The Daughters of the American Revolutions have awarded Chaparral High Class of 2020 grad Maeve Lomax a $5,000 scholarship for placing first nationally in the group’s Good Citizens competition.

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Every time Elisabeth Wisthoff looks at the license plate of her husband’s Toyota Tacoma, it reminds her of where they met, the life they’ve shared and the children they’ve raised.

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Pietro Marsala remembers, as a child, his father bribing him with trips to the flight deck midflight when they flew to Italy every summer to see family.

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As Arizona continues to battle COVID-19, Scottsdale’s firefighters are asking the community to wear masks and take other precautions to combat spread of the virus.

Scottsdale-based Five Star Development is suing Paradise Valley, accusing the town of a “shakedown” for millions of dollars in infrastructure improvements from the developer as part of the Ritz-Carlton project along Scottsdale Road.

Black, Hispanic and low-income students in Scottsdale Unified School District were disproportionately suspended compared to white or more affluent students over the past three years, district data shows.  

A new report by Scottsdale Police dispelled a rumor circulated by some locals, including a sitting city councilman, that the department told officers to “stand down” during the Scottsdale Fashion Square riot May 30-31.