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AZ filmmaker shares personal experience with Ebola outbreak

An Arizona filmmaker shared his experience documenting the origin of Ebola during the outbreak in West Africa with an audience at the University of...

Micro-apartment project may receive property tax incentive

A city subcommittee cleared a development agreement on Wednesday for Derby Roosevelt Row, a 19-story project on Second and McKinley streets.

Heated debate precedes City Council vote to end public invocation prayers

In response to the planned invocation by Satanic Temple members at a City Council meeting, the council voted to eliminate public prayers at city meetings.

City Council approves sale of downtown Sheraton hotel

City Council voted to authorize the $300 million sale of the Sheraton Grand Phoenix hotel to TLG Phoenix, an affiliate of Thayer Lodging Group.

‘Screaming Hand’ brings artists and skateboarders together for one night

An iconic 30-year-old piece of skateboard culture, Jim Phillips' "Screaming Hand' design, is in Phoenix for one night only, inspiring local artists.