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Mesa was first inhabited by a Native American tribe named the Hohokam which means "the departed ones." This tribe built elaborate canals that have been called the most sophisticated in the prehistoric New World. Later, the Apache tribe drove off Spanish explorers, leading gold expeditions through the area. Later, Mormon migrations traveled through Mesa, as well. Today, Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona, and is located only 15 miles east of Phoenix.

Population: 396375
Local Newspapers: The East Valley Tribune Mesa Republic Mesa Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Arizona Rattlers (AFL) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
Local Colleges: Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University

Zip Codes associated with mesa, arizona: 85201 85202 85203 85204 85205 85206 85207 85208 85210 85212 85213 85215
Towns/Cities near mesa, arizona : Tempe Gilbert Apache Junction Chandler Guadalupe Scottsdale

Mesa News
'Sassy Gay Republican' goes viral after insurance drama

A Mesa man's tweets on health care and his call for donations after a car crash have gone viral. Video credit: Aydali Campa/azcentral.com 'Sassy Gay Republican' goes viral after insurance drama A Mesa man's tweets on health care and his call for donations after a car crash have gone viral.

Pair suspected in Mesa murder extradited to Arizona

Texas residents Clark Wylie, 22, and Tiffany Van Nest, 18, face charges of first-degree premeditated murder, conspiracy of murder and burglary. Pair suspected in Mesa murder extradited to Arizona Texas residents Clark Wylie, 22, and Tiffany Van Nest, 18, face charges of first-degree premeditated murder, conspiracy of murder and burglary.

Arizona man killed in New Mexico crash

Police in New Mexico say an Arizona man was killed when he crashed his motorcycle near Santa Rosa. State Police say the crash happened on Thursday morning on westbound Interstate 40. Forty-four-year-old Christopher Chipman of Mesa, Arizona, lost control of his motorcycle and sturck a cable barrier.

Teacher creates gender-neutral Declaration of Independence

'All HUMANS are created equal': Outraged parents demand Arizona teacher be fired for having 4th grade students recite an edited, gender-neutral Declaration of Independence A 4th grade teacher at Salk Elementary in Mesa, Arizona edited the Declaration of Independence to read 'humans' instead of 'men' in the historic document That move immediately drew the ire of a number of parents, most notably Elizabeth Vaillancourt, whose son was in the woman's class She posted a photo of the edited text, which the students recite every morning, and soon after other parents called for the teacher to be fired Vaillancourt revealed a few days later that the teacher told the class she had attended a President Trump protest, adding she had removed her son from class The school board agreed with Vaillancourt about the edits to the Declaration and said in a statement that the teacher's actions were against ... (more)

Retired Pitcher Ryan Dempster Selling His Arizona Retreat at a...

Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images Retired Pitcher Ryan Dempster Selling His Arizona Retreat at a Loss Former MLB pitcher Ryan Dempster has decided to toss his home in Mesa, AZ, for $740,000. While timing is everything in baseball, Dempster didn't have as much luck with this piece of property.

LAX gets dismal passenger satisfaction ranking while John Wayne Airport wins high marks

Among similarly sized U.S. airports, LAX was the second worst for passenger satisfaction, according to a study released Thursday by J.D. Power. Among similarly sized U.S. airports, LAX was the second worst for passenger satisfaction, according to a study released Thursday by J.D. Power.

5 candidates vie to fill Mesa City Council spot after Winkle ousted

Five finalists, narrowed from a pool of 33 applicants, are vying for a seat on the Mesa City Council after Ryan Winkle was ousted for a DUI. 5 candidates vie to fill Mesa City Council spot after Winkle ousted Five finalists, narrowed from a pool of 33 applicants, are vying for a seat on the Mesa City Council after Ryan Winkle was ousted for a DUI.

PD: Facebook video post leads police to burglar

Mesa police report that on September 14, a home near Dobson and Guadalupe roads was burglarized. Police say a man, later identified as 39-year-old Ryan Eugene Johnson, is seen on the home's security camera ringing the doorbell.

Georgia Tech Shooting Shows Schism Between LGBTQ Community and Police

After a 21-year-old was fatally shot by police in Atlanta, advocates say it's time for law enforcement to get training in dealing with trans people The fatal shooting of a transgender student late Saturday evening rocked Georgia Tech – and left the LGBTQ community searching for answers. Scout Schultz, who identified as non-binary and used gender neutral pronouns, called 911 around 11 p.m. on Saturday, September 16th to report a suspicious figure on the Atlanta campus.

Road issues doomed Mesa's Pineair Resort from the beginning

Mesa history: People didn't want to give up the convenience of their automobiles to reach their vacation paradise, no matter how sublime the setting Road issues doomed Mesa's Pineair Resort from the beginning Mesa history: People didn't want to give up the convenience of their automobiles to reach their vacation paradise, no matter how sublime the setting Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2xkSA0w Mesa history: People were unwilling to give up the convenience of their automobiles to reach their vacation paradise, no matter how sublime the setting An undated faded postcard from about 1910 is one of only a handful of photographs depicting the isolated Pineair Resort.

You Saw It, Sept. 21, 2017

"Beautiful white columbines grace the foreground as 14,156-foot Maroon Peak towers over Fravert Basin, as seen from the slopes of Frigid Air Pass in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness," wrote Kurt Neuswanger about this photo taken July 23 while he was completing the Four Pass Loop backpack trip. "Dotti Miller, Linda Nabity, Diane Beling and Ruth Coatney of Desert Vista Garden Club spent the morning of Sept.

Mesa man gets 21 years in federal prison for fatal DUI crash near Scottsdale

Authorities say he was driving drunk on Dec. 13, 2016, and ran a stop sign and caused a multi-vehicle crash at a busy intersection on tribal land. Mesa man gets 21 years in federal prison for fatal DUI crash near Scottsdale Authorities say he was driving drunk on Dec. 13, 2016, and ran a stop sign and caused a multi-vehicle crash at a busy intersection on tribal land.

PD: Man accused of using a hangar to choke son

Mesa police report that on September 12 they were contacted by school officials regarding a 5-year-old boy who came to school with marks on his chest and neck. The boy reportedly told police that his father, 30-year-old Patrick Lamont Smith, choked him with a white clothes hangar, and cut his arm with a knife.

Grants from Wishes for Teachers program help make educators' wishes come true

The Arizona Republic and Fiesta Bowl hope to grant teachers their wishes by giving educators $5,000. Donate to the program from Oct. 6 to Nov. 3. Grants from Wishes for Teachers program help make educators' wishes come true The Arizona Republic and Fiesta Bowl hope to grant teachers their wishes by giving educators $5,000.

Rowe Mesa wildfire to grow as - controlled burn'

After lightning ignited a small fire on Rowe Mesa southeast of Santa Fe, Santa Fe National Forest managers decided to expand the blaze into a much larger "controlled burn" rather than extinguish it immediately. The Palmer Fire began Sept.

Constitution gathering cost Arizona taxpayers more than $7,000

Arizona may have made history by hosting the first gathering of state leaders in more than 150 years, but taxpayers are footing the bill. Constitution gathering cost Arizona taxpayers more than $7,000 Arizona may have made history by hosting the first gathering of state leaders in more than 150 years, but taxpayers are footing the bill.

PCT International Expands U.S. Manufacturing to Meet Global Demands

"The multimillion dollar investment has increased PCT's coaxial cable manufacturing in Mesa, Arizona by more than 200 percent," said Steve Youtsey, Founder and CEO. "Furthermore, we contribute economic benefits to the local communities here in Mesa, Arizona with numerous jobs," he added.

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