Arizona Republic Published 9:37 AM EDT Oct 26, 2018 Good morning, Arizona! Here is what you need to know to start your day. Want to skip the lines on Election Day? The clock is running out to get an early ballot sent to your home. Hello Kitty fans around Phoenix will have another chance to stock up on super cute goodies. Good news for someone: A Powerball ticket worth $1 million after Wednesday night's drawing was sold at a Surprise convenience store. You've probably seen the sassy Arizona sisters in one of their many viral videos. Now, they've got their own Youtube channel and help from Kris Jenner. An Arizona Summit Law School official outlined a plan to state regulators on Thursday that would involve eventually closing the state's only private law school. ICYMI: Arizona students who use public money to go to private schools are still disproportionately leaving wealthier and higher-performing school districts. Arizona State defensive coordinator … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: Gilbert family grows vegetables, social media fame and more
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Arizona Republic Published 9:35 AM EDT Oct 5, 2018 Good morning, Arizona! Here is what you need to know to start your day. It's Friyay! So here's your complete guide to downtown Phoenix's First Friday: where to park, how to get around, places to go and where to eat. The Arizona State Fair kicks off Friday. Here's what what you need to know. Feast this weekend: October's food and drink events in Phoenix celebrate craft beer, tacos, macaroni and cheese, gelato and more. Pumpkin patches are back and better than ever, and here's where you can take the kids to find one. Senior cross-country runner Emily Sutesman is back on top and feeling at peace after a sophomore year in which anorexia derailed her life. ICYMI: The Tolleson plant that recalled more than 6.5 million pounds of raw beef products was accused of "egregious" livestock practices in 2017. A plan to develop a high rise condominium and hotel in the popular Kierland area was voted down by the Phoenix City … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: Rumors of methadone clinic spark outrage; Phoenix’s First Friday and more
Arizona Republic Published 9:44 AM EDT Sep 24, 2018 Good morning, Arizona. Here is what you need to know to start your day. It's Child Passenger Safety Week and Arizona wants to help educate drivers about booster seats and child safety within the car. Old Farmer's Almanac calls for a cold, snowy winter - in Yuma? Two Phoenix-area men addicted to opioids graduated from a Maricopa County rehab program. Relapses show a struggle awaits after incarceration. Four young California condors were released into the wild Saturday, helping build a wild population that once neared extinction. A search and rescue team from Arizona is still helping first responders in North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Minn. police: Arizona couple killed in Minneapolis crash caused by teen driving stolen SUV. The Cardinals lost to the Bears 16-14 on Sunday despite the debut of Josh Rosen. Illusionist said he could predict Republic headlines. Here's how he did. The Valley can expect … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: DACA enrollment drops at community colleges
Arizona Republic Published 1:25 p.m. UTC Sep 4, 2018 Good morning, Arizona. Here is what you need to know to start your day. The body of one of four people missing after the Colorado River boat crash was found Monday, according to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office. An Amber alert is still in effect for two boys missing since Saturday after their father became the main suspect in a double murder in Phoenix. The controversial Frank Lloyd Wright spiral home designed for his son David in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood is for sale for $12.95 million. Ghost Ranch, Giordano's and Filiberto's are among 23 restaurants that opened in Phoenix in August. But we lost Donovan's and DeSoto Central Market. Jon Richard Rattray of Gilbert has been indicted for fraud, money laundering, identity theft and forgery related to home loans. The Phoenix Suns could very well choose to go in-house to fill the opening, but here are some potential trade candidates at point guard for the team. … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: John McCain’s final months; Marine widow billed $10K after husband’s suicide; Brnovich calls for charter school reform
Arizona Republic Published 1:49 p.m. UTC Jun 22, 2018 Good morning, Arizona. Here is what you need to know to start your day. The Phoenix Suns selected University of Arizona center Deandre Ayton as the number one pick in last night's NBA Draft, and long-suffering fans are optimistic. Nationwide Insurance project could bring development to 1,000 acres of Scottsdale desert. Think child separations are unprecedented? Here are 3 heartbreaking examples from history. Hot enough to bake cookies on a dashboard? We'll find out on today. Today's weather is set to be another scorcher. The high will be 111 degrees and the low is 83 degrees. A WET MONSOON WON'T HELP METRO PHOENIX AS MUCH AS YOU THINK For most of us, the monsoon means hope. Hope of rain. And heat relief. And the right to say "haboob." You’re giddy now just thinking about it, aren’t you? The forecast slightly favors a wetter than normal monsoon this year, which sounds like salvation after having … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: Wet monsoon won’t cool Phoenix; Suns fans optimistic again with Ayton; what’s with all the fraud charges in AZ campaigns?