Scottsdale Airpark resident Tim Brown had a typical upbringing in Kansas City, where he played football, baseball and soccer.
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State lawmakers voted Thursday to create a financial disincentive for state and local governments – and even schools – to try to keep weapons off their property.
State lawmakers are moving to subject noise complaints to the same standards as speeding violations – only police could issue them if they have the proper equipment.
The legal barbs continue to fly in the fight over the future of Southbridge Two, the massive redevelopment along downtown Scottsdale’s 5th Avenue.
With little time left to spare before the Feb. 22 start of Spring Training, the City of Scottsdale and construction crews put the finishing touches on the first round of improvements at Scottsdale Stadium.
The City Council is considering a host of remedies to address concerns that an impending parking shortage is on the horizon in downtown Scottsdale.
In the week since the Scottsdale Unified School District announced three finalists for superintendent, the community is raising questions about the selection process and two candidates.
Arizonans who violate traffic laws could soon get a chance to decide if they’re willing to work off at least part of the fine.
Another former Scottsdale Councilmen has entered the increasingly-crowded mayor’s race in the wake of the citizen referendum to halt the proposed Southbridge Two development in downtown Scottsdale.
The Southbridge Two development in downtown Scottsdale will go before voters in November – if the opposition’s referendum petition survives a court challenge filed by the developer on Feb. 5.
Scottsdale has joined nearly 600 other cities nationwide in committing to the preservation of monarch butterflies.