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Phoenix police are in a race against time in processing guns that the city purchased at recent gun buyback events. A new Arizona law that hasn't yet taken effect bars cities and counties from destroying guns turned over to police at buyback events
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Phoenix is planning two more gun buyback events, and Mayor Greg Stanton is encouraging more people to bring in unwanted guns and to donate to keep the program going. The first buyback events put
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton is calling on Arizona's congressional delegation to work in a bipartisan fashion with other members of Congress to avoid the impending federal budget cuts known as
The Republic azcentral.com Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell and Councilwoman Shana Ellis are locked in a dispute over whether Mitchell should represent the city on a regional light-rail board. After last week's council meeting, it remained unresolved and
Cronkite News The national unity that followed the events of Sept. 11, 2001, can be a valuable lesson to take from that tragic day, Mayor Greg Stanton said Tuesday. "During that time after 9/11, we as people of this country were not one political
Cronkite News A Phoenix committee tasked with evaluating the city's ethics standards will promote transparency, openness and accountability, Mayor Greg Stanton said Monday. "The goal is to maximize public confidence in decision making," Stanton said
The Republic azcentral.com Phoenix City Council members on Wednesday voted to award contracts to two lobbying firms in Washington, D.C., after an extended debate over which firm would bring home the most bacon for public safety.
Cronkite News Service Mayor Greg Stanton calls the revived 3.2-mile extension of Metro light rail into north Phoenix a sign of the rebounding economy. Now those driving along the route will have their own signs that change is coming.
Cronkite News Service A $25 million recreation center expansion funded by student fees advances a collaboration with Arizona State University that has helped rejuvenate downtown, Mayor Greg Stanton said Friday. "This friendship, this partnership
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