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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
Embattled former Mariner Elementary principal resigns from Newport-Mesa district

NEWPORT BEACH A former Mariners Elementary School principal, accused by teachers last year of inflating the school's academic progress in an effort to gain a statewide award , has resigned from the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, according to a resignation agreement obtained by the Register. Laura Canzone notified district officials of her resignation in a March 7 letter after spending the 2016-17 school year working as a principal on special assignment at Costa Mesa High/Middle School campus, the documents said.

Police: Mesa woman fires shot at home intruder

Wind Advisory issued April 24 at 1:29PM MST expiring April 24 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Wind Advisory issued April 24 at 9:16AM MST expiring April 24 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Fire Weather Warning issued April 24 at 4:34AM MST expiring April 24 at 7:00PM MST in effect for: Gila, Maricopa, Pinal Fire Weather Warning issued April 24 at 3:33AM MST expiring April 24 at 8:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Fire Weather Warning issued April 23 at 6:54PM MST expiring April 24 at 8:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Fire Weather Watch issued April 23 at 4:08AM MST expiring April 24 at 8:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo MESA, AZ - A Mesa woman fires a shot from a rifle to scare off an intruder, attempting to enter through a window.

Abortion is about economic justice

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, speaks at a Democratic National Committee rally, Friday, April 21, 2017, in Mesa, Ariz. CREDIT: AP/Matt York Sen. Bernie Sanders took a firestorm of criticism over the weekend for campaigning for an Omaha mayoral candidate who supported abortion restrictions.

Two-thirds of Americans think Democratic Party out of touch with country

Independent senator Bernie Sanders, left, and Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez, wave during a DNC rally in Mesa, Arizona. Photo / AP You might not be surprised if I were to tell you that a majority of Americans think that US President Donald Trump is out of touch with the concerns of most people in the United States today.

Throwback: Kim Chiu's Teleserye Journey

This 2017, Kim Chiu returns to television as Bianca in the upcoming series "Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin" . She is reunited with her first love team partner Gerald Anderson in the newest offering of the Kapamilya network.

NASA to reveal findings the search for alien life

What has NASA found this time? Space agency to reveal latest discoveries about evolution on Earth and the search for alien life NASA researchers will soon present new findings on topics ranging from the origins and evolution of life on earth to the search for habitable environments and life in our solar system, the space agency has revealed. The findings will be presented during the 2017 Astrobiology Science Conference between April 24 and April 28 in Mesa, Arizona.

Sixth-graders get a lesson in brain surgery using virtual reality headsets

Dr. Robert Louis of Hoag Neurosciences Institute guides students through a virtual reality demonstration on brain surgery. For the sixth-grade class at Davis Magnet School in Costa Mesa, the science lesson for the day means keeping textbooks and notebooks on the shelves while the students pull out virtual reality viewers by Google Cardboard and their smartphones preloaded with 3D videos found on YouTube.

If Sea Level Rises, 'Climate Migrants' May Flood Phoenix: Here's Why That's a Good Thing

A new climate-change study making national headlines all week paints a grim picture of U.S. climate refugees fleeing flooded areas, streaming inland to "burden" places like metro Phoenix. The study by University of Georgia researcher Mathew Hauer published on Monday in the Nature Climate Change journal demonstrates that in about 80 years, Maricopa County could be among the most affected by incoming hordes of American climate migrants.

The Case Against Mesa's 75-Year-Old Accused Uber Pimp: It's Not That Unusual

On its face, the case of the 75-year-old Mesa man with no clear criminal history being accused of using all the latest gadgets to supplement his social security check by pimping out young women seemed unusual, even bizarre. "It doesn't surprise me that he didn't have an extensive criminal background, even at that age," said Mesa Police Sgt.

AZ Memo: Bernie Sanders in Mesa; 100 degrees possible; a waiting period to legally text and drive?

AZ Memo: Bernie Sanders in Mesa; 100 degrees possible; a waiting period to legally text and drive? Good morning, Arizona, and happy Friday! Here's what you need to know. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2p3742V Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks during a rally for Hillary Clinton at Central High School on Nov. 6, 2016, in Phoenix, Ariz.

Gabriel: The sheriff can make jail cheaper, but private prisons can't?

Jon Gabriel: Why is it morally wrong for a private company to save jail costs, but fine when government does the same? Gabriel: The sheriff can make jail cheaper, but private prisons can't? Jon Gabriel: Why is it morally wrong for a private company to save jail costs, but fine when government does the same? Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2p0R0Pu Jon Gabriel: Why is it morally wrong for a private company to save jail costs, but fine when government does the same? The City of Mesa is looking for a less expensive jail to house its misdemeanor offenders. And Sheriff Paul Penzone isn't happy about it.

4 finalists named for Mesa police chief

Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2p1QUqz A Mesa police SWAT team walks down South Longmore Road searching for a gunman on March 18, 2015, in Mesa. The candidates include interim Chief Michael Dvorak, a Tucson police assistant chief and two former chiefs from Texas and California.

Teen girls get taste of princess life ahead of prom

Teenage girls are getting a chance to feel like royalty when they hit the dance floors at their high school proms, thanks to a nonprofit organization giving them a boost in Chandler. The East Valley Women's League gave away formal dresses, shoes, purses and jewelry to girls who might not otherwise be able to afford them as part of its Cinderella Affair, held March 25th, April 1st and April 8th in an office space transformed into a boutique on North McKemy Avenue.

Record Store Day 2017 in Phoenix: Stores taking part, what they have to offer, live music

It's Record Store Day this Saturday, April 12, 2017. Do you know where you plan to spend it? Here's a guide to get you started, from Stinkweeds to Zia.

Gilbert couple's bra-recycling business supports foster children, domestic violence survivors

A Gilbert couple buys bras and other women's undergarments from thrift stores and sends them to organizations that support those in a "transition state." Gilbert couple's bra-recycling business supports foster children, domestic violence survivors A Gilbert couple buys bras and other women's undergarments from thrift stores and sends them to organizations that support those in a "transition state."

Tempe leaders consider opioid epidemic solutions

On Wednesday, government agencies, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations met at the Graduate Hotel in Tempe to discuss the complex opioid epidemic not only playing out across the U.S., but also in the Grand Canyon State. According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention , more than half a million Americans died of opioid use from 2000 to 2015.

Mesa police use DNA technology to create composite sketch of man wanted in sex assault

Mesa Police Department investigators continue to seek community assistance with identifying an unknown sex assault suspect. On January 9th 2017 between 2:00am and 4:00am the unknown male entered a residence in the area of 500 E. Mesa police use DNA technology to create composite sketch of man wanted in sex assault Mesa Police Department investigators continue to seek community assistance with identifying an unknown sex assault suspect.

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