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Angels on Patrol aids police in helping crime victims
Not every 911 call ends in an arrest, and many times police officers find themselves wanting to help crime victims and others in need without official resources to do so. That’s where Angels on Patrol, a Phoenix-based nonprofit, comes in.
Ground broken on first complex utilizing state affordable housing tax credit
Construction is underway on an affordable housing complex funded in part by a state low-income housing tax credit and lauded by state and local officials who gathered at the building site Friday.
Crime survivors rally at state Capitol to demand better trauma care
Crime survivors and their families from across Arizona gathered at the state Capitol Monday asking lawmakers to fund trauma recovery centers that offer therapy and social services.
ADOT, Glendale urge drivers to allow more time ahead of Super Bowl
Super Bowl and Phoenix Open fans are flooding into the Valley, bringing inevitable traffic jams. State and local officials are urging drivers to allow extra travel time and note a few high-traffic and lane-closure areas for the next two weeks, transportation officials said.