Unofficial election results: Prop. 420 passes with 70 percent of ballots cast

The unofficial Nov. 6 Maricopa County election results show that Scottsdale’s ballot question No. 1 and Prop. 420 both passed. In the Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Roundabouts along Rio Verde are the preferred choice for Scottsdale drive

Privately paid for roundabouts in north Scottsdale will begin construction soon despite concerns from a group of county residents. Maricopa [...] Continue Reading →

Maricopa County, D-backs reach agreement in Chase Field legal disputes

Maricopa County and the Arizona Diamondbacks have reached an agreement in the two’s ongoing legal battle over the future of Chase Field in [...] Continue Reading →

Maricopa County ends criminal conviction questions from job applications

Starting Jan. 1, 2018, questions about an applicant’s criminal past will not be allowed on the initial job application. Unless required by [...] Continue Reading →

Maricopa County Attorney’s Office receives $1.1M rape kit testing grant

The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office was recently awarded a grant of more than $1.1 million from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale agrees to build left-turn lanes on Carefree Highway

The city of Scottsdale and Maricopa County have entered into an intergovernmental agreement to, among other things, construct left-turn lanes on [...] Continue Reading →

Home & Garden Show invite Property Brothers to Scottsdale

Drew and Jonathan Scott, superstars from HGTV’s Property Brothers, will appear at The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show 1-3 p.m. Saturday, [...] Continue Reading →

MCDOT manager bestowed national award for technology, innovation on Valley roadways

Maricopa County Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems branch manager, Faisal Saleem was recently awarded the Council [...] Continue Reading →

North Scottsdale church joins community heat relief centers

North Scottsdale United Methodist Church has joined Maricopa County's "Heat Relief Network," as an emergency hydration station. When a heat [...] Continue Reading →

Officials warn of pool parasite, crypto, found in Maricopa County

As pool use surges during the summer, swimmers’ risk of contracting a waterborne illness rises. Last year an outbreak of a parasite, crypto, [...] Continue Reading →