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Glendale was settled in 1892 when farming families were attracted to fertile land, canal-fed water supply and absence of an alcohol policy. The town began as a gathering place for farmers to get necessary goods and services. Glendale is home to Stephenie Meyer, the author of the Twilight saga. Also located in Glendale is the Historic Manistee Ranch, the well preserved ranch house of the last working cattle ranches, as well as the Sahuaro Ranch Park Historical Area, where peacocks roam the grounds that chickens and livestock used to graze.

Population: 218812
Local Newspapers: The Glendale Republic Glendale Star Glendale Today
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Arizona Rattlers (AFL) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
Local Colleges: Midwestern University (graduate college of medicine) Thunderbird School of Global Management (graduate school specializing in international management)

Zip Codes associated with glendale, arizona: 85301 85302 85303 85304 85305 85306 85307 85308 85310
Towns/Cities near glendale, arizona : Peoria Sun City Tolleson Phoenix

Glendale News
632lb man nearly ruins his marriage to undergo surgery

Am I doing it right? Hilarious photos of people around the world getting ENTIRELY the wrong end of the stick The face and voice of a killer: Teen girls captured chilling cell phone footage of the man wanted for their double murder saying 'down the hill' - moments before he is suspected of slaying them in Indiana woods Can YOU name America's longest river and its first president? Take the USA's immigration test to see if you could become a citizen 'Is this the last great secret of womanhood?' Mothers go into meltdown after finding out the 'lady garden' disappears after the menopause Back to the grindstone! Malia Obama is spotted outside Weinstein offices as she returns to her internship after a weekend partying at NYC club before heading off to Aspen EXCLUSIVE: How David Cassidy's dementia diagnosis may thwart his yet-to-be approved bankruptcy plan after promising last month to pay off ... (more)

AG: Brothers indicted in Glendale murder49 mins ago

Winter Weather Advisory issued February 17 at 4:21PM MST expiring February 19 at 5:00PM MST in effect for: Apache, Coconino, Navajo Flash Flood Watch issued February 17 at 12:40PM MST expiring February 19 at 2:00PM MST in effect for: Gila, Yavapai Flash Flood Watch issued February 17 at 12:12PM MST expiring February 19 at 7:00AM MST in effect for: Gila, Maricopa, Pinal Wind Advisory issued February 17 at 9:55AM MST expiring February 18 at 3:00AM MST in effect for: La Paz, Maricopa, Yuma GLENDALE, AZ - The Arizona Attorney General's Office says a grand jury has indicted 21-year-old Enrique Luna and his brother 19-year-old Israel Carrasco for their role in a murder in Glendale in January 2016.

Glendale police arrest 'trench coat flasher' suspect

Ezequiel Gardea Diaz, 34, is accused of flashing several high-school aged girls near a bus stop at 65th Ave and Bethany Home Road. Glendale police arrest 'trench coat flasher' suspect Ezequiel Gardea Diaz, 34, is accused of flashing several high-school aged girls near a bus stop at 65th Ave and Bethany Home Road.

PD: Man robs gaming store in Glendale

According to the Glendale Police Department, on Feb. 14 an armed man entered the Game Stop near Bethany Home Road and 43rd Avenue and demanded a gaming console and controller from a store employee. The suspect is described as being a Hispanic male, in his late-20s, 5'9" and 170 pounds.

Arizona Senate panel advances Coyotes arena proposal

A conflicted Arizona Senate panel agreed to advance a bill setting up a way for the Arizona Coyotes to use tax money to help build a new arena. The proposal from Sen. Bob Worsley of Mesa would let the Coyotes use half the new sales tax generated from a new arena and business district it wants built to pay off bonds.

Triumph Real Estate Investment Fund Buys Two Shopping Centers for $7.01M

Triumph Real Estate Investment Fund, a Canadian Investment Fund based out of Calgary, Alberta, has purchased two Metro Phoenix shopping centers, Triumph Bell West Ranch and Triumph Glendale Crossing, for a total of $7,010,000. Triumph Bell West Ranch, a 20,225 square foot shopping center at 16846 W. Bell Road in Surprise, AZ, was purchased for $3,985,000.

Phoenix woman finds uranium in garage

A Phoenix woman called firefighters Monday after finding a sample of uranium in her garage, the Phoenix Fire Department said. Phoenix woman finds uranium in garage A Phoenix woman called firefighters Monday after finding a sample of uranium in her garage, the Phoenix Fire Department said.

Here's why huge pickaxes randomly appeared in Arizona

The Arizona Lottery announced Monday it's bringing back Windfall Willie, but this time the mascot is a real human. Here's why huge pickaxes randomly appeared in Arizona PHOENIX -- The Arizona Lottery announced Monday it's bringing back Windfall Willie, but this time the mascot is a real human.

PD: Suspects steal gun in Glendale home invasion

Police are on the hunt for two suspects who are on the loose after stealing a gun and assaulting a victim during a Glendale home invasion. Sgt. Scott Waite said police responded to the scene near 45th and Peoria avenues around 8:40 a.m. Monday.

BLACKLISTERS Tests Utmost Depth Of Belief And Character

Brandon Sanchez was born from immigrant parents, "who," he said, "wanted to give their children the best chance at life. For them, being born an American citizen was what could allow the chance for that because America is the land of opportunity."

Riderville takes over Glendale, Ariz., again

The day ended at the Gila River Arena as the Arizona Coyotes took on the Montreal Canadiens. Wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt was on hand for the celebration.

SportsNet LA to televise 16 spring games

Following the retirement of legendary broadcaster Vin Scully, Joe Davis' second season with the Dodgers will be his first as the team's full-time play-by-play announcer on SportsNet LA, which will televise 16 Spring Training games. Davis will team with analyst Orel Hershiser in some spring games, while Charley Steiner and Rick Monday will handle others.

Kurt Warner's Treasure House breaks ground on $1.5 million, 5-acre site

Recent NFL Hall of Fame inductee Kurt Warner and his wife Brenda have broken ground on Treasure House, a space for people with disabilities to live, work and play, in Glendale, Arizona.

Coyotes Officials Have Reportedly Toured Portland, Seattle for Possible Move

Officials from Portland, Oregon, and Seattle told Darrell Jackson of the Glendale Star that Arizona Coyotes officials have toured the cities' arenas over the past three months while searching for potential destinations for relocation. Relocation rumors have cropped up once again after Arizona State University pulled out of a potential deal to back the Coyotes' quest to build a new 16,000-seat arena in Tempe, Arizona, on Feb. 3, per Anne Ryman of AZCentral.com.

Arizona-Based Redflex Photo Radar Firm to Pay $20 Million to Chicago for Bribery Scheme

Photo-enforcement firm Redflex Traffic Systems Inc. announced on Monday that it will pay $20 million to the city of Chicago to settle its high-profile bribery scandal. The Glendale, Arizona-based firm released details of its settlement agreement on the same day that its former CEO, Karen Finley of Cave Creek, is scheduled to report to prison.

AZ lawmakers split on proposal for coyotes arena

Republican lawmakers from the east and west sides of metropolitan Phoenix are at odds over a proposal to fund a new arena for the Phoenix Coyotes. Sen. Bob Worsley's legislation would allow the creation of a new "community engagement district" that would keep half its sales tax revenue to fund arena construction.

Arizona lawmakers split on proposal for new coyotes arena

Republican lawmakers from the east and west sides of metropolitan Phoenix are at odds over a proposal to fund a new arena for the Phoenix Coyotes. Sen. Bob Worsley's legislation would allow the creation of a new "community engagement district" that would keep half its sales tax revenue to fund arena construction.

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