A brotherhood of success: Saguaro wins sixth consecutive state title

Every Friday morning during the fall, Saguaro High School football coach Jason Mohns takes his daughter to get donuts, a tradition he shares on [...] Continue Reading →

Meet the athlete: Rachel Turner gives back to community, younger brother

When she’s on the track, Chaparral High School senior Rachel Turner is no stranger to athletic successes, but there is more to the young athlete [...] Continue Reading →

Despite defeat, Notre Dame Prep football finds a deeper meaning on field of play

Somber was the mood surrounding the Notre Dame Preparatory sideline after the 5A state championship game at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, but amid [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale to pay $185k to plaintiffs in litigation

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story misidentified the location of the alleged incident. We apologize for any confusion this may [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale uses zoning district map amendment to make way for hotel

Plans for a new hotel are underway after the Scottsdale City Council adopted a zoning district map amendment, changing a previously-approved [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale to receive nearly $332k in block grants for affordable housing

The Scottsdale City Council approved on consent a new amendment to an intergovernmental agreement between the city and Maricopa County to allow [...] Continue Reading →

Girls wrestling embarks on new journey at Horizon

Standing among a weight room full of boys is Andrea Horanzy, one of two female members on the Horizon High School wrestling team. She and her [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale voters approve sales tax to address infrastructure needs

In the face of numerous infrastructure projects, Scottsdale voters approved a ballot measure that will implement a .10 percent sales tax increase [...] Continue Reading →

Coronado sports announcer brings excitement to football games

With a passion and enthusiasm that is infectious to those within range of the sound of his voice, one Scottsdale Unified School District employee [...] Continue Reading →

Emergency bridge repair funds to be pulled from other Scottsdale projects, city officials say

It will take a combined $13.22 million to make emergency repairs to the Drinkwater and 68th Street bridges, leading the Scottsdale City Council [...] Continue Reading →