Stories tagged: "scottsdale"


man with plaster mask covering his face as man begins to peel it away
Scottsdale Artist Makes ‘Life Masks’ to Keep Holocaust Stories Alive

Along with casting their faces, Scottsdale artist Robert Sutz captures his subjects’ stories on video and paints scenes they recall from the Holocaust.

Photo by Camaron Stevenson
Scottsdale Republican Pleads Guilty to Illegal Voting

Tracey KaMcKee is one of 10 people charged so far with voter fraud across Arizona from the 2020 general election.

Image courtesy Camaron Stevenson
11 of the Best Places in Arizona to Spend a Day in the Snow

That’s right, you can still enjoy the snow in Arizona without having to shovel it. Here are the best spots in the state for a Winter Wonderland day trip.

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7 Things to Do This Halloween in the Phoenix Metro Area

If you want to get out of the house this All Hallows’ Eve, look no further than this collection of fun sights to see and spooky places to be.

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8 Pet-Friendly Hiking Spots in the Greater Phoenix Area

The temperatures are finally dropping in the Valley—which means it’s time to enjoy some of Arizona’s premier hiking spots.

Scottsdale Unified School District
Masks, Vaccines, and Curriculum Concerns Are Prompting Confrontations in Arizona School Districts

A school board meeting in Scottsdale was cut short after a group of attendees erupted in anger after being asked to wear masks.

Phillips held a press conference to defend his actions after video from the rally sparked calls for Phillips to resign from office.
Scottsdale Councilmember Who Said ‘I Can’t Breathe’ at Anti-Mask Rally To Be on November Ballot

Guy Phillips rejected calls to resign after he invoked George Floyd’s dying words while protesting against policies requiring the use of face coverings.