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Voters in Legislative District 20, which includes Glendale and part of West Phoenix, will elect a state senator and two state representatives Nov. 3. Arizona Clean Elections is sponsoring a series of candidate debates in districts across the state.

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As it has been for the last three decades, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 

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In the 7th Congressional District, which includes part of Tolleson and Glendale, Ruben Gallego, the Democrat incumbent, faces a challenge from Republican Josh Barnett.

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Republican Sen. Martha McSally and Democratic challenger Mark Kelly, two military veterans battling for a congressional seat in Arizona that is drawing the attention of the nation, recently debated over the  COVID-19 response, jobs and immigration—and President Trump’s attacks on Arizona Sen…

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Even with President Donald Trump recovering from COVID-19, his second-in-command scheduled a campaign visit to Peoria at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 8.

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Glendale City Manager Kevin Phelps says the $6.5 million sale of Glen Lakes Golf Course will get the city out of a failing business, create a 10-acre public park and generate money that can be used to improve other city parks.

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As City Manager Kevin Phelps sees it, the process of selling Glen Lakes Golf Course is a straight shot to the hole: Take a failing golf business “the city never should have been involved in” and sell it to a developer for a cool $6.5 million.

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While it was hardly as controversial as the selection of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s successor, at its Sept. 22 meeting, Glendale City Council raised a few eyebrows by changing the way city judges will be selected.

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According to the Glendale Police Department, a 17-year-old died the night of Sept. 27 after driving off the road near 67th and Northern avenues.

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Everyone else in the West Valley is taking off—why not Luke Air Force Base?

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Police say a woman was shot after midnight Sept. 24 outside Stinger’s Sports Bar near 43rd and Peoria avenues.

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On Sept. 21, seven of the nine candidates running for the three open slots on the Peoria Unified School District board attended a candidate forum, where they outlined their ideas, perspectives and plans.

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Gov. Doug Ducey will not order businesses to re-close or impose new restrictions even if the infection threat of COVID-19 in any area returns to “substantial.’’

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Last week, teacher Caitlin Summers’ kindergarten students at Desert Valley Elementary School learned a new phrase:

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Arizona had the highest rate of “housing loss” in the nation, according to a new national study, and that was before what experts called a “tsunami of evictions” that is expected to hit this fall.

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In November, the city of Glendale will ask voters to approve four bonds for more than $180 million.

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Over the last decade, Glendale has become quite a sports hub.

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Officials say a new antibody test will help them understand the spread of COVID-19—and potential immunity to the disease.

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Bill Sorensen was living his dream: He was the passionate principal of a school he loved—and looked forward to being its leader when his twin daughters were old enough for high school.

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Glendale voters soon will have the chance to help choose everything from leaders of school districts to leaders of the state—and country.

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After annexing 10 large properties in the “New Frontier” area near the Loop 303, Glendale is continuing to grow.

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The number of homeless people in Glendale fell slightly this year—but unsheltered people were counted in January, months before the COVID-19 pandemic led to shutdowns and unemployment in the city, county and state.

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Gompers, a Phoenix-based nonprofit, provides a broad range of services to individuals with developmental disabilities—but when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many of those services were put on hold.