Looks like our recent criticism of Terry Goddard's boring, old Twitter account made an impact, (though we're pretty sure we weren't the only ones suggesting he liven things up). The state Attorney General began a new, more personalized Twitter account this week, to the accolades of some ... More >>
The monsoons have finally arrived in the Valley. After a series of thunderstorms Monday night, the city saw more storms early this morning. Although temperatures in the Valley are expected to be around 108 the next several days, the Weather Service says the chance for thunderstorms will continue int ... More >>
Jack Pfister, Phoenix community leader and former long-term manager of power and water utility company Salt River Project, died yesterday at the age of 76 after a long battle with cancer. A native to Prescott, Arizona, Pfister quickly rose to leadership in the Phoenix community, where he played rol ... More >>
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