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A woman accused of killing her ex-boyfriend won’t face the death penalty, and she most likely will not see a trial until next spring. Kathryn...

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The 13th annual Salsa Festival drew thousands of attendees and 15 salsa chefs. People were able to vote for their favorite salsas electronically, and...

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The Copa Center, originally a church that has served ostensibly as a senior center in Maricopa, will close April 1. Maricopa seniors had their...

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Pinal County Clerk of the Superior Court will open a satellite office at the Maricopa/Stanfield Justice Court on April 7. The location will be open...

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The weather over the next week is likely to be clear and breezy as temperatures hang in the mid-80s during the day and linger...

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Salsa Fest attracted thousands of people to Copper Sky with an array of salsas to judge, entertainment, food vendors, fun activities for the kids...

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By Michelle Chance Maricopa resident Robert Caron, 47, is a U.S. Army veteran who said he drives 52 miles to the Phoenix VA from his...

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Tammie Crawford has started a nonprofit in hopes of creating an animal shelter in Maricopa. Hometown: American Canyon, California Residence: Rancho El Dorado Maricopan since: 2014 Occupation: Pet...

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Cooler weather is likely to prevail over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service, with mostly sunny skies and a nice breeze lasting...

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Rising Native American fashion designer Loren Aragon of ACONAV will present his latest collection at the fourth annual Native Fashion in the City (NFITC)...

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Ready for salsa? The highlight of Maricopa's many events this week is the annual Salsa Fest. Below, Niesha Whitman and David Noble of the...

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Warmer temperatures early this week are likely to give way to cooler breezy skies after a brief midweek shower according to the National Weather...

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An extravaganza of airplanes and vintage cars drew pilots and motorists to Chuck Millar's airfield and Vietnam Aviation Veterans of Arizona museum in Maricopa...

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Midday temperatures in the 90s didn't halt the '80s enthusiasm of participants in the annual Copa Color Run at Copper Sky on Saturday, though...

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Chad Chadderton has been involved in the Maricopa real estate market since 2001 and has an affinity for old cars, old guns and trains. Hometown:...

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Though light clouds and heavy winds are likely to move into Maricopa over the weekend, temperatures will continue to rise slightly, according to the...

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By Michelle Chance Maricopa High School will see changes in its administrative staff beginning in the fall. The current dean of students, Brian Winter, will...

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The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration IF YOU GO What: Informational Meeting about SR 347 Overpass When: Wednesday, April...

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By Michelle Chance The 2017 Maricopa Science City at the Salsa Festival will not only be spicy, but STEAM-y as well. Six hundred students will participate...

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Electrical District No. 3 is in the middle of a scheduled power outage in Rancho El Dorado to replace a switch. General Foreman Evan McCullough...

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Maricopa Historical Society hosted its annual symposium "A Morning of History" Saturday at City Hall, with diverse presentation from Ak-Chin Indian Community, the Buffalo...

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Clear skies and warming temperatures bring almost summertime like conditions to Maricopa before its even officially spring, according to the National Weather Service. Tonight will...

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A compassionate resident and animal lover hopes to break ground on a unique pet rescue in Maricopa. “I’m just looking for help in getting a...

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The community development organization Families First CDC is putting on its sixth annual prom fashion show to benefit students unable to afford prom attire....

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It looks as though spring has finally arrived as the National Weather Service forecast shows mostly clear and sunny skies all weekend long with...

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By Murray Siegel The Maricopa school system (MUSD) is in the process of hiring 50 teachers to fill positions created by the passing of the...

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By Aaron Gilbert The same life stressors – job demands, kids, money and, yes, even an intense exercise and nutrition regimen – can create life...

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By Michelle Chance Maricopa Cancer survivors and their supporters will experience this year’s Relay for Life during the daytime and in forecasted sunshine. In previous years,...

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InMaricopa sat down with Pinal County NAACP President Constance Jackson to talk about race relations in Maricopa and across the country. She has her...

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Pinal 40, a philanthropic fraternity, hosted its welcome dinner for the annual Arizona Agricultural Experience at Elements Event Center at Ak-Chin Circle in Maricopa...