A Chandler man is dead from a self-inflicted wound after he violated a court order and entered his estranged wife’s home and shot his two children.
By Ken Sain
Robert Serocki Jr. spent a little less than a year fighting on the front lines in the first Iraq war.
Slammed as much as their customers have been this year by inflation and supply line disruptions, Scottsdale and East Valley small business owners hope the Christmas shopping season will bring them a little cheer.
Arizonan news staff
The co-developer of the proposed 471-unit apartment complex on 50th Street between Ray Road and Chandler Boulevard in Ahwatukee last week released its first rendering of the project.
Chandler man sentenced to 20 years for exploiting a minor
By Scott Shumaker
The City of Chandler is launching a web portal that is designed to improve transparency and make the city more accountable to its residents.
Chandler City Council members made sure the developer of the Downtown District understands they are worried they’re being promised lots of tax-generating retail business but will end up with only multifamily housing instead.
The Arizona Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Education Fund and Frontier Group says taxpayers can save a lot of money – about $80 million for 10 large cities in the state – by converting to a fleet of electrical vehicles (EVs).
Chandler City Council is expanding the number of days residents can legally light fireworks and one member wants to expand it even more.
Most Arizona schools districts will have to cut their current spending by nearly 18% unless state lawmakers act to authorize them to actually use the money they already have.
The City of Chandler is moving forward with a plan to build more public housing. The City Council approved a development agreement with Gorman and Company for a 157-unit complex to be called Villas on McQueen.
A Chandler woman has filed a legal claim against the city to get back custody of her two German shepherds and $50,000 for her trouble.
Democrats extended their grip on Legislative District 12 for another two years as Tempe Union and Kyrene governing boards each saw the return of an incumbent and a new face in last week’s General Election, according to unofficial results.
Ten Chandler teachers are among the 400 recipients of $2,500 each as part of the Palo Verde Fiesta Bowl Charities’ annual Wishes for Teachers program.
The family of a 26-year-old father of three has filed claim for $25 million against the City of Chandler and others in the wake of his of his death.
Chandler City Council got its first look at the 2023-24 budget at an Oct. 27 work session and learned there are some worrying issues on the horizon – so troublesome that members suggested staff look at increasing the budget stabilization reserve.
With the time remaining for this version of the Chandler City Council rapidly coming to an end, its members on Nov. 10 approved two hotly-debated items that have been in the works for years.