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Woman Dies After APS Cuts Her Power, and CEO Don Brandt Gets an Award

9 hours ago by Elizabeth Whitman
A week after news broke that an APS customer died after her power was cut, CEO Don Brandt will get an award for "accomplishments and commitment to Arizona."

CorpComm Weighs New Shutoff Protections, Warns Changes Will Raise Customer Rates

11 hours ago by Elizabeth Whitman
The proposed changes, aimed at protecting public health, will likely increase utility rates, hurting those who struggle to pay their electric bills.

First Look: Myke's Pizza Inside Downtown Mesa's Revamped Cider Corps

15 hours ago by Lauren Cusimano
Myke’s Pizza is now open inside Cider Corps. Here's a look.

Here's Your Guide to June Third Friday in Phoenix

15 hours ago by Lynn Trimble
What to see, and where to see it.

At 25, Pita Jungle Is Still Moving and Shaking in Metro Phoenix

16 hours ago by Lauren Cusimano
How the local Mediterranean restaurant franchise is celebrating its anniversary.

Photographer Remembers a Friend: Linkin Park Singer Chester Bennington

16 hours ago by Jim Louvau
Regular New Times contributor Jim Louvau photographed the late Linkin Park singer for almost a decade. An exhibit opens Friday, June 21, at monOrchid.

Tacocat Bring Their Mess-y Magnum Opus to Valley Bar

17 hours ago by Gerrit Feenstra
“I’ve always felt an intense power in satire."

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