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Located in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert, Phoenix has the hottest climate of any major city in the U.S. The average high temperatures are over 100°F for three months out of the year, and have spiked over 120°F on occasion. The city has been home to numerous influential American politicians and other dignitaries, including Barry Goldwater, William Rehnquist, John McCain, Janet Napolitano, Carl Hayden, and Sandra Day O'Connor.

Population: 1567924
Local Newspapers: The Arizona Republic East Valley Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Arizona State University

Zip Codes associated with phoenix, arizona: 85003 85004 85006 85007 85008 85009 85012 85013 85014 85015 85016 85017 85018 85019 85020 85021 85022 85023 85024 85027 85028 85029 85031 85032 85033 85034 85035 85037 85040 85041 85043 85044 85045 85048 85050 85051 85053 85054 85086 85254 85304
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Phoenix News
7 roads to avoid this weekend in Valley

Traveling around the Valley to visit friends or family this weekend? There are several road closures you need to be aware of. - Westbound Interstate 10 will be closed at 59th Avenue this weekend for bridge construction at the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway interchange.

Free pizza at Blaze Fire'd Pizza June 23 to celebrate grand opening

After opening its sixth Arizona location Thursday, Blaze is offering free pizza to customers from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday. Free pizza at Blaze Fire'd Pizza June 23 to celebrate grand opening After opening its sixth Arizona location Thursday, Blaze is offering free pizza to customers from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday.

Protesters in Phoenix call on Sen. Jeff Flake to vote against American Health Care Act

A group of protesters marched into Sen. Jeff Flake's empty Phoenix office and told his staff to call Flake and tell him to vote against the AHCA. Protesters in Phoenix call on Sen. Jeff Flake to vote against American Health Care Act A group of protesters marched into Sen. Jeff Flake's empty Phoenix office and told his staff to call Flake and tell him to vote against the AHCA.

Q&A | Phoenix Downtown Neighborhood Alliance

There are a lot of great things about living in the downtown Phoenix core and one of them is the existence of a group called The Phoenix Downtown Neighborhood Alliance "Where downtown meets its neighbors," this organization provides a way for residents to connect with each other and with the area they call home. According to their mission statement, the Phoenix DNA will "focus on the quality of life and the delivery of services to the neighborhood and advocate on behalf of those who live and work in the area.

Why does Phoenix have so many -berto's restaurants?

Is it just a big, happy and full family? The reason there are so many Mexican take-out joints with similar-sounding names written in similar-looking letters. Why does Phoenix have so many -berto's restaurants? Is it just a big, happy and full family? The reason there are so many Mexican take-out joints with similar-sounding names written in similar-looking letters.

Did Music Trump Sweatiness at the 2017 Vans Warped Tour in Phoenix?

This is a question I asked myself over and over again as I trudged around the Fear Farm Festival Grounds in west Phoenix for this year's Vans Warped Tour. While the mostly younger crowd seemed energetic and enthusiastic throughout the festival, it was clear that the heat was getting to people.

The 11 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

If you're down for seeing a concert, preferably one taking place at night, several memorable shows will take place this weekend. Queen and Adam Lambert will be in town, as will Gordon Lightfoot, Brad Paisley, and folk-metal band Tengger Cavalry.

The Vig Filmore Sold for $2.3 Million, But They Aren't Going Anywhere For Now

According to their sales agent, Chris Hollenbeck, after opening their fourth branch at McDowell Mountain in North Scottsdale earlier this month, Vig owners Tucker Woodbury and Jim Riley sold their Filmore location on Fourth Avenue in Phoenix for $2.3 million. The Filmore location opened in 2013, six years after the opening of its original Arcadia location, and nearly three years after the ribbon-cutting of its second location in Central Phoenix.

Say Goodbye to Lalo Cota's Roosevelt Row Car Wash Mural

Located on the southeast corner of Roosevelt Street and Seventh Avenue, the mural depicted one of Cota's most iconic images a sombrero-style flying saucer hovering over the Phoenix skyline. The UFO was surrounded by a trio of lowriders, another common theme for Cota.

Heat wave boosts burns in Phoenix as pavement, cars scald

One person uses the CityScape splash pad to stay cool as temperatures climb to near-record highs Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in Phoenix. The National Weather Service forecasts a high of 120 degrees , which is has only hit three times in recorded history in Phoenix, the last time 22 years ago.

Extreme Phoenix heat: Is there an upside?

Extreme Phoenix heat: Is there an upside? June's heat wave could pay off with monsoon rain. But just when that will happen is the mystery.

Phoenix metro's ranking improves as fewer cars were stolen

The National Insurance Crime Bureau released their annual "Hot Spots Vehicle Theft Report," and Albuquerque, New Mexico, is the No.

Here's What to Expect During Phoenix's First-Ever BlakTina Dance Festival

Founded in Los Angeles in 2013, the festival celebrates choreographers, dancers, and other artists of color. Liliana Gomez, one of the Valley's best-known dancers and choreographers, is working with BlakTina founder Licia Perea to make it happen.

Phoenix taxpayers to foot $7.25 million bill after city settles roadway claims

Phoenix agrees to pay $7.25 million to settle 2 claims of death and serious injury at Pecos Road and 17th Avenue, and Thomas Road and 42nd Street. Phoenix taxpayers to foot $7.25 million bill after city settles roadway claims Phoenix agrees to pay $7.25 million to settle 2 claims of death and serious injury at Pecos Road and 17th Avenue, and Thomas Road and 42nd Street.

The Phoenix 4: McDonough's Top Options at the Fourth Pick

With the 2017 NBA Draft only a few short days away, fans are scrambling to familiarize themselves with their favorite team's future players. For Suns fans, it's no different.

Breast cancer non-profit Susan G. Komen Arizona to shut its doors; October race canceled

The non-profit dedicated to breast cancer research and prevention said financial challenges and lower event participation prompted its decision. Breast cancer non-profit Susan G. Komen Arizona to shut its doors; October race canceled The non-profit dedicated to breast cancer research and prevention said financial challenges and lower event participation prompted its decision.

Billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong backs out of ASU biomedical center in Phoenix

Arizona State University will no longer partner with Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong on a massive development deal in downtown Phoenix Billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong backs out of ASU biomedical center in Phoenix Arizona State University will no longer partner with Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong on a massive development deal in downtown Phoenix Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2sVtjdY ASU no longer is negotiating the development of about seven acres of city land with NantWorks, the company led by Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, a university spokesman said in a statement.

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