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About: mesa, arizona

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
Light-rail expansion in Mesa

Light-rail expansion in Mesa Light-rail expansion in Mesa Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://www.azcentral.com/picture-gallery/news/local/mesa/2018/12/12/light-rail-expansion-mesa/2295087002/ Construction on the light rail extension along Main Street near Stapley Drive in Mesa continues on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. Construction on the light rail extension along Main Street near Stapley Drive in Mesa continues on Tuesday, December 11, 2018.

Driverless shuttles coming to East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa

Local Motors' self-driving "Olli" shuttles will be at the technical school and at a California university following a contest. Driverless shuttles coming to East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa Local Motors' self-driving "Olli" shuttles will be at the technical school and at a California university following a contest.

Maricopa County sheriff's deputy accused of stealing from dead person

Gregory Todd Johnson, 39, responded to a call in the Mesa area about a dead body when the theft occurred, the Sheriff's Office said. Maricopa County sheriff's deputy accused of stealing from dead person Gregory Todd Johnson, 39, responded to a call in the Mesa area about a dead body when the theft occurred, the Sheriff's Office said.

MCSO: Deputy arrested for taking money from body

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested one of its deputies for taking money while responding to a report of a dead body. In a news release sent Tuesday night, the sheriff's office said 39-year-old Gregory Johnson responded to a report of a dead body near Mesa on October 28. While investigating the death, detectives learned Johnson may have taken money from the deceased.

No students injured in Gilbert Schools bus crash in Mesa

No students injured in Gilbert Schools bus crash in Mesa 36 students from Harris Elementary School were on board. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/mesa-traffic/2018/12/11/no-students-injured-gilbert-schools-bus-crash-mesa/2282833002/ This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY's community rules .

Secret Santa pays off $45k worth of layaways in Mesa, Arizona

Danyelle Hoover was one of the many moms and dads who received the gift at a store in Mesa. She said she was so moved by the gesture that she decided to pay it forward later that night by buying items for two customers in line at the Dollar Store.

Arizona family builds Christmas tree made of dead cactuses

The Arizona Republic reports the Lancasters in Mesa, Arizona, recently completed their four-year journey to erect their "Phoenix Christmas tree" - a tree made entirely from cholla cactus skeletons.

Iveda Solutions (IVDA) versus Determine (DTRM) Head-To-Head Review

Iveda Solutions and Determine are both small-cap computer and technology companies, but which is the better investment? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, profitability, valuation, dividends, earnings, institutional ownership and analyst recommendations. 0.1% of Iveda Solutions shares are held by institutional investors.

Senate Democrats fight push to pass driverless car bill during...

Senate Democrats are pushing back against attempts to pass a compromise bill in the lame duck session that could speed the introduction of driverless cars onto U.S. roadways, saying it lacks safeguards that would protect drivers. "We can do better," Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., said of the American Vision for Safer Transportation through Advancement of Revolutionary Technologies Act, or AV START Act.

American Vision Announces a Strategic Partnershipa With McDougal Eye Center

TEMPE, Ariz.- American Vision Partners , a private-equity backed practice management organization, and Southwestern Eye Center , an affiliate of American Vision Partners, said late last week they have established a "strategic partnership" with Mesa, Ariz.-based McDougal Eye Center. "The affiliation of the two businesses will improve the quality of care for patients in the Mesa area by bringing more comprehensive vision care services to the community," American Vision said in its announcement.

Google's robotic spinoff launches ride-hailing service

Waymo is introducing a small-scale ride-hailing service in the Phoenix area that will include a human behind the wheel in case the robotic vehicles malfunction. The service debuting Wednesday marks a significant milestone for Waymo, a company that began as a secretive project within Google in 2009.

Valley Metro Celebrates Rail Champions and Shares Light Rail's Impact

Wire* -Valley leaders past, present and future gathered to kick-off Valley Metro Rail's 10-year anniversary, also known as the "Railversary." Valley Metro CEO Scott Smith welcomed a prestigious slate of speakers, including rail city mayors, who shared the transformation that has occurred in their cities over the past 10 years.

Local music picks for December in Phoenix: Alice Cooper's...

Authority Zero release their seventh album in a month that also features Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding, Lydia and Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers. Local music picks for December in Phoenix: Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding, Authority Zero, Lydia Authority Zero release their seventh album in a month that also features Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding, Lydia and Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers.

Here's why Donald Trump could easily go down in history as a worse traitor than Benedict Arnold

President of the United States Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a Make America Great Again campaign rally at International Air Response Hangar at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona. Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Donald Trump campaign's possible collusion with Russia to steal the 2016 presidential election marches onward.

Today in Arizona History

On this date in 1875, J. Ross Browne, custom house inspector, Indian agent, traveler and writer who wrote, ``A Tour Through Arizona'' in 1864, died in Oakland, California. On this date in 1918, the citizens of Mesa started a movement for separation from Maricopa County.

10 Area Restaurants Make November's D-List: Wash Those Hands

Every week, the county's health inspectors within Maricopa County Environmental Services give restaurants grades after completing inspections. Participation in the rating system, however, is voluntary, which means owners or managers do not have to accept a grade after an inspection; instead, the restaurants are listed online as "not participating."

Man claims ankle broken by Mesa police officer, seeks more than $200K in damages from city

Brandon Bo Hicks is asking for more than $200,000 from Mesa on claims that a police officer broke his ankle during a DUI investigation in May. Man claims ankle broken by Mesa police officer, seeks more than $200K in damages from city Brandon Bo Hicks is asking for more than $200,000 from Mesa on claims that a police officer broke his ankle during a DUI investigation in May. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/mesa/2018/12/05/man-claims-mesa-police-officer-broke-his-leg-seeking-200-damages/2215644002/ Brandon Hicks was pushed by a Mesa police officer during a stop in May. He broke his right leg in the fall.

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