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Experts: Area housing market like ‘the wild west’
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Experts: Area housing market like ‘the wild west’

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By Paul Maryniak Tribune Executive Editor The Chandler Arizonan recently visited virtually with five experts to discuss the residential and commercial real estate market amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The experts included: Attorney...
Share the Road campaign pushes for vehicle safety
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Share the Road campaign pushes for vehicle safety

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Tribune Staff Writer Jennifer Canziani was riding her motorcycle north on Scottsdale Road and was nearly to Cave Creek when tragedy struck. A woman who was playing with gadgets in her boss’ car...
State unveils school reopening guide
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State unveils school reopening guide

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services State health officials have laid out a three-part test for when they say it is safe for schools to reopen, in full or in part. In essence, the guidelines say it will be safe to again have...
State AG threatens lab with COVID-19 fraud lawsuit
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State AG threatens lab with COVID-19 fraud lawsuit

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services The state attorney general is accusing a major testing laboratory of lying to consumers about how quickly they will get their results. In a letter to the attorney for the firm, Joshua...
Trust to offer school districts COVID-19 insurance
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Trust to offer school districts COVID-19 insurance

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By Wayne Schutsky Tribune Staff Writer Weeks after announcing it would not provide coverage, the largest school insurance provider in Arizona said it will offer options to cover claims related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic....
Pandemic fuels fears of more child pool drownings
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Pandemic fuels fears of more child pool drownings

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Firefighters and water safety advocates fear the COVID-19 pandemic is contributing to a troubling spike in pediatric drownings in the East Valley and Maricopa County by introducing more...
Judge strikes education tax initiative from ballot
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Judge strikes education tax initiative from ballot

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services A measure to boost taxes on the state’s most wealthy can’t go on the November ballot because the description of the measure fails to inform voters of what it really does, a judge has...
Candidate withdraws from Mesa school board race
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Candidate withdraws from Mesa school board race

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF The number of candidates who will vie in the Nov. 3 election for three seats on the Mesa Public Schools Governing Board has dropped to six after a candidate dropped out in the face of a challenge to her...
Ducey visits with Trump amid high political stakes
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Ducey visits with Trump amid high political stakes

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Gov. Doug Ducey’s meeting with President Trump last week came as both are seeking to write a new narrative about their handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. For the president, the...
Sicilian Butcher pivots with Italian market
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Sicilian Butcher pivots with Italian market

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF When the Sicilian Butcher opened in December at Chandler Fashion Center, owner Joey Maggiore was intent on bringing to the East Valley the same Italian cuisine that brought plaudits to his original restaurant...