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Phoenix's Homeless Fight for New City Policy on Sleeping Outside, Per Ruling

1 year ago by Ali Swenson
A 9th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals ruling means Phoenix's homeless should be allowed to sleep outside without fear of repercussions. City policy doesn't yet reflect that.

New Apartments Planned for Roosevelt Growhouse Site in Roosevelt Row

1 year ago by Lynn Trimble
It's the latest change for the urban garden in Roosevelt Row.

Norterra Canyon Principal Quashed Student Project on LGBTQ Pride

1 year ago by Steven Hsieh
"...By removing the vocabulary students have to talk about themselves, they are denying students the ability to be themselves."

Phoenix Police 'United in Christ' Event Sparks Backlash

2 years ago by Meg O'Connor
"UNITED IN CHRIST A CALL TO PRAYER," reads a peculiar flyer showing Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams with her head bowed and hands folded.

Penzone's Office to Pay Inmate $175,000 for Reading His Legal Mail

2 years ago by Steven Hsieh
Also, the terrorism charges were dropped against him.

From Sprinklers to CAP Canal: How GOP Propelled April Pinger to Water Board Seat

2 years ago by Elizabeth Whitman
The Republican Party seriously boosted the campaign of an engineer seeking a nonpartisan seat.

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