Stories tagged: "phoenix"


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Want to Get the Kids Out of the House This Summer? Here Are Some Activities in Phoenix and Beyond.

Enroll the kids in free swimming lessons this year, have some fun at a neighborhood splash pad, or watch them play in an esports league.

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Juneteenth Just Became a National Holiday. Here’s How to Celebrate in Arizona.

Arizona was the 45th state to recognize Juneteenth as a state holiday. Here are a bunch of ways to celebrate.

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Want to Get the Kids Out of the House This Summer? Here Are Some Activities in Phoenix and Beyond.

Enroll the kids in free swimming lessons this year, have some fun at a neighborhood splash pad, or watch them play in an esports league.

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Evicted During the Pandemic? This Arizona Lawmaker’s Bill Would Help You.

The proposal would require credit agencies to exclude evictions from reports that occurred throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Phoenix Is Now The Largest City In America With A Female Mayor, Majority-Female City Council

On Monday, Mayor Kate Gallego and four female Phoenix council members were sworn into office at Steele Indian School Park.

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One Week After Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions, Gov. Doug Ducey Threatens to Blame Phoenix Safety Measures for Rising Cases

Gov. Ducey posted a letter Friday blasting Phoenix’s attempts to limit large gatherings at city parks over Easter weekend.

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A Phoenix Health Expert Recommended Protecting the Public—and Then the Threats Started

The events would have brought nearly 4,000 teams to Phoenix in the upcoming months. A public health expert says she received threats Wednesday after she advised Phoenix officials to cancel several upcoming youth sports tournaments in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Saskia Popescu, an infectious disease epidemiologist and adjunct professor at the...