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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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Meat Puppets' Cris Kirkwood Was Shot in the Back and Imprisoned: Life's Magical

It was fourteen years ago when Cris Kirkwood was serving 21 months in prison for striking a security guard at a post office with his own baton; a reunion with Kirkwood's brother Curt and the Meat Puppets seemed a long, long way away. In fact, the guard shot Kirkwood in the back, so his time behind bars was spent recuperating from that injury as well as kicking his drug addiction.

Mother of sisters killed in wrong-way crash accepts diploma

The mother of the two university students who died in an April wrong-way crash has accepted her older daughter's diploma. The Arizona Republic reports Cathy Hocking wore the older sister's graduation cap and the younger sister's academic medal when she accepted Karli Richardson's diploma from Grand Canyon University Thursday.

Spice Up Your Cinco at Five Central Phoenix Hotspots

Save Taco Tuesday for Friday this Cinco de Mayo, because restaurants throughout central Phoenix are serving up some delicious specials to celebrate the holiday. Here are some spots you won't want to skip out on this year, and if you take part in the drink specials, be sure to download a ride sharing app before you leave the house.

Phoenix Councilwoman Debra Stark adjusting to political rough-and-tumble

More than a month after wining the special City Council election in north Phoenix, Councilwoman Debra Stark is settling into her post Phoenix Councilwoman Debra Stark adjusting to political rough-and-tumble More than a month after wining the special City Council election in north Phoenix, Councilwoman Debra Stark is settling into her post Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2qeKuCM New Phoenix City Councilwoman Debra Stark is greeted by Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates during a coffee chat with residents at the Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics and Dance Center in Phoenix on April 21, 2017. Gates used to represent Stark's District 3 on the Phoenix City Council.

Landmark Tucson brewery lands at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport on May 1

Barrio Brewing Co., one of Tucson's most established breweries, is opening at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport on Monday, May 1. Landmark Tucson brewery lands at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport on May 1 Barrio Brewing Co., one of Tucson's most established breweries, is opening at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport on Monday, May 1. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2ptxYl5 After operating solely in Tucson for 25 years, Barrio Brewing Co. is finally expanding with a Valley location - at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, to be precise.

Reports of man with gun near Phoenix school prompts lockdown

Police say they have a man with a gun "contained" near 27th Avenue and Osborn Road in Phoenix after reports that he had been seen walking near a school with the firearm. Reports of man with gun near Bostrom High School in Phoenix prompts lockdown Police say they have a man with a gun "contained" near 27th Avenue and Osborn Road in Phoenix after reports that he had been seen walking near a school with the firearm.

Sparky joins ASU staff to surprise future Sun Devils

Arizona State University staff members, along with ASU mascot Sparky the Sun Devil, traveled to high schools around the Phoenix area on Thursday to surprise students who have been admitted to the university. Sparky joins ASU staff to surprise future Sun Devils Arizona State University staff members, along with ASU mascot Sparky the Sun Devil, traveled to high schools around the Phoenix area on Thursday to surprise students who have been admitted to the university.

Harnessing the sun: Here are the top solar installers in Phoenix

A pair of companies best known for their work on traditional construction sites took the top two rankings when the Phoenix Business Journal today published the 2017 edition of its annual Solar Installers list.

Match Cuisine and Cocktails at Found:RE in Downtown Phoenix Gets a...

The Burt Reynolds mural in the lobby of Found:RE Phoenix Hotel sets a cheeky tone for your meal at Match Cuisine & Cocktails. It wasn't very long ago that New Times sat down with chef Akos Szabo to talk about the globally inspired, locavore menu he was developing for Match Cuisine & Cocktails , the restaurant and bar at the art-filled Found:RE Phoenix hotel in downtown Phoenix.

DPS hands over Phoenix freeway shootings evidence to police

DPS hands over Phoenix freeway shootings evidence to police A DPS spokesman said the evidence was shared to help police with their investigation into a murder suspect. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2qbRFf3 WATCH UPDATES ON THE PHOENIX FREEWAY SHOOTINGS CASE None of the bullets marked as evidence in the dismissed I-10 shooting case could be linked to the gun owned by former suspect Leslie Merritt Jr. Leslie Allen Merritt Jr., who faced 15 felony charges in connection with a string of high-profile freeway shootings, is released from custody.

Dick Van Dyke to appear at Phoenix Comicon next month

Everyone's favorite chimney sweep will make an appearance at Phoenix Comicon next month.

The Life-Changing Magic of Standing in Line for Barbecue in Tempe

From now until May, we'll be sharing 50 dishes, drinks, and food experiences that make up the culinary backbone of metro Phoenix. This list is highly eclectic, mixing classics with newer and lesser-known favorites.

Activist Promises Protests Thursday After White Officer Cleared in Shooting of Black Teen

Jarrett Maupin with Dalvin Hollins's mother, Sarah Coleman , and grandmother Priscilla Coleman , as they marched north on the Mill Avenue Bridge in July. Civil-rights activist Jarrett Maupin vowed to continue a series of protests in Tempe after a white officer was cleared of criminal charges in the July shooting of an unarmed, black teen robber.

Street vendor in Phoenix killed over 'a few dollars'

A Phoenix neighborhood is trying to come to grips with the murder of a beloved street vendor who they say took care of everybody who crossed his path. Street vendor in Phoenix killed over 'a few dollars' A Phoenix neighborhood is trying to come to grips with the murder of a beloved street vendor who they say took care of everybody who crossed his path.

ASU professor Matthew Whitaker wins arbitration case against Phoenix

A professor was sued for breach of contract after he developed a training program for Phoenix police officers that contained materials similar to the Chicago Police Department's. ASU professor Matthew Whitaker wins arbitration case against Phoenix A professor was sued for breach of contract after he developed a training program for Phoenix police officers that contained materials similar to the Chicago Police Department's.

Are you Dining Out for Life? Phoenix restaurants donate proceeds for AIDS support April 27

Dining Out for Life raises money for HIV/AIDS awareness. On Thursday, April 27, more than 20 Valley restaurants will donate meal proceeds to the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS.

Water-main break shuts portion of Camelback Road in Phoenix

A portion of Camelback Road in Phoenix was shut down Wednesday after a water-main break sent gallons of water spilling onto the street. Water-main break shuts portion of Camelback Road in Phoenix A portion of Camelback Road in Phoenix was shut down Wednesday after a water-main break sent gallons of water spilling onto the street.

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