Local Scottsdale News

Scottsdale, Phoenix, AZ Come to Terms on Recycle Deal

The City of Scottsdale will begin sending recyclable material to the City of Phoenix after the two sides approved an agreement. The Phoenix City Council adopted the agreement at its April 1 meeting after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the agreement at its March 17 meeting. With the deal in place, Scottsdale will […]

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No. 4 recruit in Arizona puts Auburn in top group

Two weeks ago, we listed Denzel Burke as a receiver target for Auburn fans to watch. Sunday, he confirmed that was indeed the case. The 4-star prospect from Scottsdale Saguaro High, one of the most well-known high school football programs in the state of Arizona, released a top 10 and the Tigers made that list, along with Arizona State, […]

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Some vacation rentals in Arizona encourage visitors to quarantine in luxury, with ‘N95 masks included’

CLOSE Vacation rental listings in Arizona are enticing customers with proposals to stay in luxury homes during the coronavirus pandemic, with some even offering discounts or free personal-protection masks with a booking. “Coronavirus free! Quarantine here. Resort setting,” one listing reads. Others suggest that potential renters “escape your quarantine” and one offers the enticement of “N95 […]

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Paradise Greens Ranked #1 Again by Ranking Arizona

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 4, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Paradise Greens, a synthetic lawn/putting green installation company, is ranked number one for a third straight year by AZ Media’s Ranking Arizona. Current year rankings are determined by independent data collected the previous year from state residents. In business since 2005, Paradise Greens has installed artificial lawns for […]

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Scottsdale City Council to vote on repealing Southbridge II project, and quash public vote

CLOSE Renderings of Southbridge II, a planned 2 million square-foot mixed-use development along the Arizona Canal in Old Town Scottsdale.  (Photo: Courtesy of Carter Unger) Opponents of Scottsdale’s massive Southbridge II development could see their efforts to send the project to a public vote undone Tuesday if the City Council votes to repeal the project. The […]

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North Scottsdale restaurant offers live concert for drive-thru customers

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – A Scottsdale restaurant trying to stay open amid the coronavirus outbreak is now offering a live concert on Wednesdays and Fridays for its drive-thru customers. “We still have to pay the bills, I still have rent, I still have payroll, I still have utilities,” said Sheila Bryson, the owner of Soul […]

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Scottsdale firefighters rescue dog who got stuck in hole

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS5) — Even amid a human health crisis, our 4-legged friends sometimes need a hand, too. On Friday, Scottsdale firefighters came to the rescue of a golden retriever who dug herself into a tight spot. “She seemed to realize we were there to help.” “They love to dig! They dig all the time!” said […]

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Philly special: Why former Arizona DB Will Parks eschewed bigger offers to return home

Denver Broncos strong safety Will Parks celebrates during the second half of an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) Jack Dempsey It’s right there in his Twitter handle: @PhillyWill11. Will Parks is a Philadelphia product, a Philadelphia advocate and, as of last month, a […]

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Scottsdale’s To-Go Food Hall Is Keeping Busy During This Pandemic

There’s no question the Valley food scene has been hit hard by COVID-19. Restaurants were forced to suspend dine-in services and some are scrambling to set up better systems for takeout and delivery orders — or working to improve processes already in place. A relatively new virtual food hall of sorts has trudged along through […]

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Here is everything you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak in Arizona on April 2

PHOENIX — There is a lot of news surrounding the coronavirus in Arizona.  In an effort to track the changes, 12 News has started a daily live blog. Here is the live blog for Thursday, April 2.  Major updates: There are now 1,598 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Arizona 32 people have died of the virus or […]

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