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The Daily Courier’s Christmas lighting list and contest is on again — for the fourth consecutive year.
A new homeless shelter is being built near Metrocenter for ages 55 or older, marking an expansion into new areas of the city with services targeting a specific population.
The city of Phoenix disputed a claim by a Black man that he couldn’t breathe as officers held him down during a fatal arrest attempt nearly five years ago outside a community center, according to newly unsealed court records that provide the city’s most detailed publicly available account of the death.
Hours into Major League Baseball's first work stoppage in 26 years, Commissioner Rob Manfred and union head Tony Clark presented diametrically opposed views of each side's negotiating positions that point to a lengthy lockout.
Washington State sputtered through an awful first half on offense, shots bouncing away — if they hit anything at all — passes sailing into the stands.
The Arizona Diamondbacks made a move to solidify the back end of their bullpen on Wednesday, adding four-time All-Star Mark Melancon on a $14 million, two-year deal.
One of the first coins minted in Colonial New England, which was recently found among other coins in a candy tin, has sold at auction for more than $350,000, more than it was expected to get, the auctioneer said.
A man in Germany has discovered the hard way that it’s best to get a driving license first before trying to use it.
Talk of the Town: Prescott Valley already implementing appropriate recommendations in safe yield water report
A May 2021 report by the Morrison Institute’s Kyl Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University calls into question the ability of the state’s water laws to assure sustainable water supplies for residents living in areas where groundwater levels are declining.
The US Department of Labor and OSHA, at the urging of the Biden Administration, will require businesses with 100 or more employees to be vaccinated, or be tested for COVID weekly and wear a mask indoors. What are your thoughts on this mandate?
- I'm in favor of it -- we need to halt COVID in its tracks. 46%
- I am opposed -- government should not issue personal mandates; this violates our liberties. 52%
- This is an overreaction -- COVID is waning, compared to in 2020. 2%
- I do not know / do not care. 1%
993 total votes
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How do you keep a Christmas tree alive outside in the winter? Can you put a cut Christmas tree in soil? When should you plant your Christmas tree?
Home, as we know, has become more central to many of us during the pandemic, and that means outdoors as well as in. This holiday season, designers and retailers have suggestions for updating window, door and yard decorations.
It’s hard to believe the end of 2021 is nearing. Many of us think about giving during this time of year, whether that is to our families, friends or community.
Lee loves fishing, biking and being in the sun. He dreams of finding a family who enjoys the outdoors as much as he does. Lee’s enthusiasm for all things scales and tails doesn’t stop with fishing.
Logen is talkative, happy and full of laughter. He likes doing anything outside – especially swimming. He also enjoys playing soccer and would love to play on a team.
Meet sister and brother Kohana and Jordan! Kohana enjoys volleyball, going for walks, playing card games and watching sporting events. She dreams of attending medical school and becoming a doctor. Little brother Jordan is lovable, charming and energetic.
Nathan A. Mejia, July 26, 1969, passed away November 14, 2021 in Prescott, Arizona.
On both sides of America’s abortion debate, activists are convinced that Roe v. Wade — the 1973 Supreme Court ruling establishing a nationwide right to abortion — is imperiled as never before.
A prosecutor considering criminal charges against the parents of a boy accused of killing four students at a Michigan school said Thursday their actions went “far beyond negligence” and that the gun “seems to have been just freely available” to the teenager.
Greeks over 60 who refuse coronavirus vaccinations could be hit with monthly fines of more than one-quarter of their minimum pensions — a get-tough policy that the country's politicians say will cost votes but save lives.