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Parents Sue Federal Agents for Killing Teen in 2019 Ahwatukee Shootout

10 hours ago by Josh Kelety
The parents of Theresa Median Thomas accuse several federal agents of excessive force.

The Founder of an Arizona Edibles Company Has Died

12 hours ago by David Hudnall
Peggy Noonan founded Cornucopia, later COPIA, in 2014.

The Rhythm Room Needs Financial Help Again, Plus More Phoenix Music News

15 hours ago by Benjamin Leatherman
The legendary music venue has launched another crowdfunding campaign.

Under the Sun: Passing the Time By Firing Back at Jehovah’s Witnesses — With Letters

16 hours ago by Robrt L. Pela
Everyone had a COVID hobby, and Kayleigh's was responding to letters she received from Phoenix Jehovah's Witnesses.

Scottsdale Professor Who Offended Muslims Gets Hefty Settlement From College District

16 hours ago by Ray Stern
David Chami, one of the attorneys who worked on Sabra's lawsuit, called the payment "offensive."

10 High-Class Happy Hours Without Sky-High Prices in Greater Phoenix

16 hours ago by Allison Young
How to eat and drink on the cheap at some of the most upscale spots in town.

The Best Live and Virtual Things to Do in Metro Phoenix This Week

2 days ago by Lynn Trimble
This week you can mix yoga and art, listen to live jazz outdoors, watch films exploring Afrocentrism, and shop with a vintage twist.

528 Live Music Venue Was Shut Down by Phoenix Police This Weekend, Might Be Finished

2 days ago by Jennifer Goldberg
A half-dozen Phoenix police officers showed up to disperse a concert crowd of 75 hipsters in lawn chairs.

The Impressive and Edible School Garden at Scottsdale's Echo Canyon School

2 days ago by Bahar Anooshahr
Ann Colleary Rodarte's Echo Canyon School gardens are a true sensory immersion program.

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