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Two teenagers accused of shooting 20-year-old Wyatt Miller to death in the seat of his truck last November appeared again in court Monday morning. Arthur...

Skies are forecast to remain mostly clear this week as temperatures continue to keep fall weather at bay, according to the National Weather Service....

There are lots of activities on tap for Maricopa this week, from the library’s used-book sale to a new art exhibit, a Battle of...

A 96-year-old woman drowned in Maricopa Saturday morning. Maricopa Fire/Medical Department responded to an adult drowning call at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Senita subdivision. MFMD...

Maricopa Community Theatre opened its production of "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" on Wednesday at Leading Edge Academy, in time to...

Pinal County Supervisor Anthony Smith and Maricopa Mayor Christian Price urged local business owners to “solve the problem of misinformation out there” regarding transportation...

As the United States, Caribbean Islands and Latin America all struggle to mend wounds inflicted by a recent rash of hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires,...

Fall weather will likely avoid Maricopa this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Despite a chance for moderate 15-20 mph winds moving in...

  Clothing designer Loren Aragon of Rancho El Dorado is the first Native American to be named Couture Designer of the Year at Phoenix Fashion...

A surprise carnival seemingly sprouted in Maricopa overnight. The carnival opens Thursday at 6 p.m. at Copper Sky’s south parking lot. Valley-based carnival company Frazier...

The Maricopa Police Department rolled out a youth-led intervention group on Oct. 3 at City Hall. Mary Witkofski, Community Programs Manager with the police department,...

Maricopa City Council voted Oct. 3 to approve payment of a third-installment for irrigation water at Copper Sky. The $191,750 credit will supply the city’s...

Pete Masiel is a “no-excuses” guy. He’s 58 years old with rods in his back. He’s an ultra-cyclist, known to peddle 100 miles a day....

It’s that time of the year again, when Maricopans get dressed up, act goofy and mingle with the community. No, not Halloween. It’s the...

An elementary school will offer temporary operating space for a local food bank. Last week the F.O.R. Maricopa Food Bank moved into a space inside...

After a windy start, the week should be mostly sunny and clear for Maricopa, according to the National Weather service. While high-temperatures hang in...

The majority of local schools have received lowered A-F letter grades since the scores were last released by the state in 2014.The district will...

Pinal County residents will have the opportunity to vote in November to approve a sales tax funding infrastructure improvements across the county. For Maricopa, it...

In attempt to boost economic growth in Maricopa, the city’s Economic Development team is again initiating it’s city-wide Bingo game to encourage Maricopa residents...

Community meetings, a fund-raising 5K and a spooky musical are part of this week's events. Below, the cast of "Sweeney Todd" invites to you...

It has been five years since plans of a hospital coming to Maricopa were announced. In 2012, Dignity Health purchased nearly 19 acres on the...

As students let out of school for the start of fall break Friday, the Maricopa Unified School District announced yet another administrative change at...

Maricopa Mayor Christian Price delivered a speech Wednesday night urging residents to “be a little more patient” with the city’s efforts to improve and...

A murderous musical is coming to Maricopa this month. The Maricopa Community Theatre will perform its production of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet...

He’s a celebrated teacher in a non-traditional, middle-school classroom with a name as unique as the program he teaches. Joseph Szoltysik teaches language arts and...

Maricopa Police Department is hoping to take advantage of fall weather to get residents more involved in the community and, by doing so, making...

The Maricopa City Council approved another conditional use permit (CUP) Tuesday, this time for a wood-grinding company that happens to sit next door to...

The owner of a home that caught fire last week is asking for help from the community. Grace Agnes said volunteers willing to clean debris...

Looks like clear and sunny skies for Maricopa this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Though winds will pick up some on Sunday...

City officials revealed a plan at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that could allow homes in the Heritage District to more freely be used as...