Texas-Based Taco Restaurant Opens New Location in TownGreyson FNewsBreak Contributor
New All-You-Can-Eat Restaurant Lets You Cook Your Own MeatGreyson FNewsBreak Contributor
Police Officers Stand By as Man Drowns in Arizona LakeBlog VineNewsBreak Contributor
Drug Dealer Sentenced to 70 Months for Attempted Drug Sale at Arizona Mills MallHunt County Theft ReportsNewsBreak Contributor
Deadly Shooting Rampage Shakes Arizona Communities: Suspect Aylen Byers ApprehendedB. RoseNewsBreak Contributor
Arizona’s fastest-growing city not worried about new water restrictions
(The Center Square) – Despite warnings about water shortages and a new edict from the state, one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation says the new rule won’t have a significant effect on its future. Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs announced last week the latest results of the state’s 100-year groundwater research. Most notably, it found the Phoenix area would fall short of the demand for water by 4% if nothing is done. ...
One killed in Queen Creek crash
The Queen Creek Police Department continues to investigate a fatal car crash that took place on Monday night. Queen Creek police and fire responded to a crash involving a pedestrian at Ocotillo ...
Person killed after being hit by car in Queen Creek
QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. (3TV/CBS 5) — One person has been killed after being hit by a car late Monday night in Queen Creek. The crash happened around 9 p.m. in the area of 195th Street and Ocotillo Road. While specific details have not been released, a spokesperson for the Town of Queen Creek confirmed the collision was fatal.
Church ponders next move after losing sign appeal
Valor Christian Center last week was exploring other zoning options that would allow it to have a much taller and bigger sign than the one currently sitting on its 6-acre Gilbert site. This comes on the heels of the church losing its appeal of the Town’s denial for the larger...
Texas-Based Taco Restaurant Opens New Location in Town
Few states are as passionate about Mexican food as Arizona. It isn’t simply the proximity to the border that increases the desire for expertly crafted tacos, but the sheer fact some of the best restaurants, stands, street vendors, and carts hawking Mexican culinary goodness can be found right here. It is also why so many outsiders try to replicate the success and piggyback off of the love of the food. One particular restaurant chain, which first hopped over from Texas less than a year ago, has expanded rapidly, and as of today, it has now officially opened its fourth location around metro Phoenix over the span of 12 months.
Founders' Park Splash Pad reopens
The Founders' Park Splash Pad, across the street from Queen Creek Town Hall, has reopened today, June 6. Splash pad hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, visit QueenCreekAZ.gov/SplashPad. Splash Pad rules reminder:. No lifeguard on duty. Participate at your own risk. Keep all animals outside the...
Efforts underway to incorporate San Tan Valley, making it Pinal County's largest city
SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ — With the San Tan Mountains as a backdrop, San Tan Valley is one of the fastest-growing communities in Arizona. "We only had two roads coming in and out and still had cows and loved it," said Evelyn Carr. "But it's definitely time for us to grow up."
Arizona Department of Transportation Announces US 60 Closures for Pavement Improvement Work in Mesa
The Arizona Department of Transportation has announced that the westbound US 60 in Mesa will be closed from 9 p.m. Friday, June 9, to 5 a.m. Monday, June 12, between Mesa Drive and Interstate 10 for pavement improvement work. Two ramps will also be closed during this period: the westbound US 60 on-ramps at Gilbert Road and Stapley Drive. Drivers are advised to use alternate routes such as Southern Avenue or Broadway Road to connect with their destinations to the north of US 60, and Baseline or Guadalupe roads south of US 60. Eastbound US 60 between McClintock Drive and Loop 101 will have nightly lane restrictions from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. between Wednesday, June 7, and Friday, June 9. The eastbound US 60 ramp to southbound Loop 101 will also be closed during these times.
Apache Junction rehabilitates monumental sign that was damaged due to wildfires
PHOENIX — Apache Junction has rehabilitated a monumental sign on the northeast entrance of State Route 88 that was damaged by wildfires. The sign’s unveiling took place on Friday and was reconstructed by a group of volunteers in the East Valley city. “The work being done here not...
Badlands Bar & Grill to replace shuttered Lone Spur Cafe in Queen Creek
Badlands Bar & Grill has announced its moving into the old Lone Spur Cafe, formerly the Queen Creek Cafe, at the southwest corner of Ellsworth and Ocotillo roads in Queen Creek. "We live in the Town of Queen Creek and we have recently signed a restaurant lease for Lone Spur...
Queen Creek firefighter released from hospital
The Queen Creek firefighter who sustained minor injuries while battling a house fire on Sunday, has been released from the hospital. The blaze began about 6 a.m. on June 4 in the 21500 block of
New bridge considered for SR 347 at Riggs Road in south Chandler
PHOENIX — Transportation officials are looking for ways to improve traffic flow and safety on State Route 347 between metro Phoenix and the city of Maricopa. One of the proposed solutions is to construct a bridge to separate SR 347 traffic from Riggs Road in south Chandler. The Arizona...
Chandler police investigating 5 smash-and-grab burglaries
CHANDLER, Ariz. — Chandler police are looking for suspects in five smash-and-grab burglaries reported over the weekend. At about 3 a.m. on Sunday morning, surveillance video showed a white sedan pulling up behind BKD's Backyard Joint near McQueen Road and Loop 202. Four people got out dressed in black...
Parts of Queen Creek and San Tan Valley are getting a new ZIP code
Recently, the U.S. Postal Service announced that a new ZIP code is coming to the San Tan Valley and Queen Creek area. Only residents affected by the new 8514 ZIP code will be notified of the ...
New All-You-Can-Eat Restaurant Lets You Cook Your Own Meat
Lean back, unbuckle the belt, and let the belly breathe. It’s the white flag of defeat for anyone who has visited an all-you-can-eat buffet. You did your best, but the food just kept coming. You ate more than you probably should have, and perhaps you even charged right through feeling comfortable. Now, like a Thanksgiving dinner aftermath, you want to lean back, let your body work on digesting, and maybe take a nice nap. At one new metro Phoenix restaurant, there aren’t beds available for napping, but you will be able to take advantage of the all-you-can-eat offering.
Higley schools' superintendent to resign
Dawn Foley is resigning from her post as Higley Unified School District's superintendent, according to district documents. The Higley Unified School District governing board will meet 8 ...
Alerts in your neighborhood: Latest police, fire incidents around the Valley (June 5-11)
Here's a look at the latest police investigations, fires, crashes and other incidents that are happening around the Valley for June 5-11. This will be updated as police and fire departments release information about their investigations throughout the week. To learn more about each incident, click on the icon in...
Driver in serious condition after crashing into house in Chandler
CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A man is in the hospital after crashing his car into a house in Chandler on Monday night. Around 8:45 p.m., Chandler police were called to a neighborhood near Riggs and Gilbert roads, where they found a car that had crashed into the side of a home. The driver was still trapped in the Honda. Once fire crews got him out of the car, he was taken to a hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
$370K transportation study begun for Apache Junction, Mesa, Queen Creek, Florence
A Maricopa Association of Governments study on transportation plans for an area south of Apache Junction and Mesa includes portions of Queen Creek and Florence. The study area is a large, mostly ...
String of restaurant break-ins in Chandler within an hour under investigation
CHANDLER, Ariz. - Chandler Police detectives are looking into a string of restaurant burglaries they believe were all committed by the same suspects. The break-ins happened on Sunday, June 4 between 3 and 4 a.m. They're not in the same strip mall, but they're pretty close to one another. The...
- 1Gunman who opened fire after Virginia high school graduation targeted graduate, Richmond police say
- 2Chris Christie Takes First Shot at Trump Since Joining Race: ‘Lonely, Self-Consumed, Self-Serving Mirror Hog’
- 3Mike Pence files to run for president
- 4Pope Francis undergoes intestinal surgery in Rome
- 5Mother of 4 killed during argument with neighbor
- 6Air India plane flying to San Francisco lands in Russia after engine problem, US citizens 'likely' onboard
- 7Kilauea volcano erupts in Hawaii
- 8After conservative revolt, GOP aims to try again on rule vote
© 2023 Particle Media.