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Casa Grande woman saves several colonies of burrowing owls

burrowingowls A Casa Grande woman saved several colonies of burrowing owls. (Arizona's Family)

Call it a "hoot" done it. Quick thinking by a Casa Grande woman saved several colonies of burrowing owls from being entombed as vehicles were parked n...

Inflation causing some Arizona homeowners to be underinsured


With the threat of wildfires across Arizona, it is time to check your homeowner's insurance policy. The cost to rebuild after a disaster is rising, an...

Pest control company will pay homeowners to release 100 cockroaches in their houses

cockroaches The company wants to test a pest control technique.(Public Domain Pictures)

Most Arizona homeowners work to keep cockroaches out, but a North Carolina company will pay people to keep them in their houses.  The Pest Inform...

Residents voicing concerns about LG battery plant development in Queen Creek


On the corner of Ironwood and Germann Road in Queen Creek, cows are grazing. But that could soon be a much different sight. Three hundred acres of the...

What first-time homebuyers need to know about Arizona’s housing market


First-time homebuyers are growing increasingly frustrated with the market around the Valley. Realtors say some people are putting 15 to 20 offers down...

Voter-approved Arizona education tax dead after court ruling


Arizona's education tax on the wealthy to boost education spending that voters approved in November 2020 has been permanently blocked by the courts. F...

Arizona court says Pinal County transportation tax invalid


A voter-approved sales tax in Pinal County that is designed to fund transportation projects is invalid because it improperly exempts larger transactio...

Tips to save on higher than usual heating bill during Arizona cold front


Snow up north and rain in the Valley, Wednesday night might be the rare occasion to turn on the heat in your home. It may cost you, primarily if your ...

Arizona senator proposing new bill to ban mail-in ballot elections


Republican Sen. Wendy Rogers is proposing to cost taxpayers more money and potentially suppress voter turnout by banning cities, towns and school boar...

Gilbert man competes on Food Network show


A man from Gilbert will be on Wednesday night's episode of "Guy's Grocery Games." On the show, chefs from across the country run through the aisles in...

More people died of COVID-19 this year than last year, ADHS data shows


With only a couple of weeks left in 2021, the Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting more deaths from COVID-19 than what we saw in all of ...

San Tan Valley seasonal Santa Claus searching for kidney donor


After years of putting smiles on children's faces by dressing up as Santa Claus for the holidays, this year is a bit different for Dave Mikelson. This...

'Superstition Vistas' to be Apache Junction's biggest project in city's history


Groundbreaking for one of the East Valley's upcoming communities, Superstition Vistas, was held last week. Developers broke ground on Superstition Vis...

Partial lunar eclipse tonight in Arizona


It'll be a once-in-a-lifetime sight in the Arizona sky early Friday morning. The longest partial lunar eclipse in nearly 600 years will be visible. Th...

15-year-old boy to be charged as an adult in shooting death of San Tan Valley teen


The Pinal County Attorney's Office says the 15-year-old boy who surrendered to authorities in connection with the shooting death of a San Tan Valley t...

Filing for an order of protection process time goes from three weeks down to one


Domestic violence advocates say people filing for an order of protection often need urgency to get away from a dangerous situation, but for decades, o...

You could get fined for leaving your pumpkins outside


October is the season when your front yard might have a pumpkin or two on display. You can't think about Halloween without thinking about a fresh carv...

Fry's Food Stores looking to hire 1,600 employees for busy fall season


Fry's Food Stores is looking to fill 1,600 positions across their 124 stores for the upcoming holiday season. Fry's stated that they will be looking t...

Ellsworth Elementary moving 5th, 6th graders to remote learning


A spike in COVID-19 cases is forcing fifth and sixth graders at a San Tan Valley elementary school to go back to virtual learning. According to a lett...

Dozens of active COVID-19 cases in J.O Combs Unified School District


Nearly two weeks after students returned to schools in the J.O Combs Unified School District, dozens of active COVID-19 cases are being reported. Acco...

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