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Located in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert, Phoenix has the hottest climate of any major city in the U.S. The average high temperatures are over 100°F for three months out of the year, and have spiked over 120°F on occasion. The city has been home to numerous influential American politicians and other dignitaries, including Barry Goldwater, William Rehnquist, John McCain, Janet Napolitano, Carl Hayden, and Sandra Day O'Connor.

Population: 1567924
Local Newspapers: The Arizona Republic East Valley Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Cardinals (NFL) Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Arizona State University

Zip Codes associated with phoenix, arizona: 85003 85004 85006 85007 85008 85009 85012 85013 85014 85015 85016 85017 85018 85019 85020 85021 85022 85023 85024 85027 85028 85029 85031 85032 85033 85034 85035 85037 85040 85041 85043 85044 85045 85048 85050 85051 85053 85054 85086 85254 85304
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Phoenix News
Homeowners earn extra cash with Airbnb during UA, ASU football games

Homeowners living near Arizona State University and the University of Arizona campuses generated roughly $50 a night on average for seasonal rentals. A new report from Airbnb said guests traveling to Tempe paid $53 a night on average while attending football games at Arizona State University this season, while visitors to Tucson paid on average $59 a night for games at the University of Arizona.

Oregon restaurant group opens new concept in Chandler

An Oregon-based restaurant group is hoping to break into the Phoenix-area food scene with a new restaurant in Chandler.

Phoenix Man Was Forced to Eat Pot and Guess How Much It Will Cost the City

Update, 4 p.m.: The Phoenix City Council has approved a $100,000 settlement with Edgar Castro. Original story continues below: A man who was says he was forced to eat pot by Phoenix police officers has reached a deal with the city.

Glendale council votes against downtown light rail

The Glendale City Council withdrew from future planning for a light-rail route to downtown Glendale in a 5-2 vote Tuesday night. The Glendale City Council withdrew from future planning for a light-rail route to downtown Glendale in a 5-2 vote Tuesday night.

ASU to relocate Thunderbird School from Glendale to downtown Phoenix campus

Higher education reporter Anne Ryman of The Arizona Republic gives five tips to find free money for college. Hannah Gaber/azcentral.com Arizona State University released this artist rendering of what the new building for the Thunderbird School of Global Management will look like in downtown Phoenix.

The Best Food Photos of 2017

One of the less eccentric new offerings at Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour is the Smokin' Pear, which blends smoky mezcal with herbal liqueurs. Ruze Cake House and Teaspressa have peppermint sugar cubes with an edible gold leaf - great with coffee, tea, and hot cocoa.

Cop The Lonesome Wilderness Vinyl Before It's Gone

Attention, lovers of vinyl and local music ephemera: Phoenix-based rock band The Lonesome Wilderness is set to release a limited-edition record at Shady Park in Tempe on December 16. Only 50 copies exist, and audiophiles already have snatched some of them on preorder, so the launch party may be the last chance to grab one. Vocalist and guitarist Joe Golfen spoke with Phoenix New Times via email about the pressing and the band's upcoming celebration.

Gilbert charter school fires teacher accused of sexual misconduct seven years ago

Gilbert's San Tan Charter School fired a teacher who lost his Arizona teaching license following allegations of sexual misconduct seven years ago. Readers can send news tips to azcentral.com via the newspaper's social media channels, email or by calling the office.

Marijuana Foes Strike Back in Phoenix's Pot Billboard Battle

An anti-marijuana advocacy group is hitting back with its own "scared straight"-style of ads in response to Phoenix-area billboards from a marijuana app company. The anti-pot group Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy is rolling out an anti-marijuana billboard in the Phoenix area that cites increased traffic deaths as a result of marijuana legalization in Colorado.

a Honor Your Mothera Guadalupe celebration sparks joy in downtown Phoenix

The streets of downtown Phoenix came alive with a spectacle of swirling colors and vibrant faith as hundreds of Catholics gathered for the annual "Honor Your Mother" event that celebrates Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the Diocese of Phoenix. The echo of drums, maracas and even tubas and trumpets resounded through the streets as dozens of Matachine dance troupes in colorful costumes marched Dec. 2 from Immaculate Heart of Mary Church to the plaza in front of the Phoenix Diocese's pastoral center.

Hundreds of Cookbooks To Be Exchanged at Phoenix Public Market in January

Pamela Hamilton, editor and publisher of Edible Phoenix , has a collection of more than 1,500 cookbooks. That's more than many metro Phoenix libraries have.

The 11 Best Paper and Stationery Stores in Phoenix

The art of tangible correspondence may have gone by the wayside for some. But there's still something special about paper goods - and a physical place where you can find invitations, announcements, cards, and fancy pens.

The verdict on police shootings

Former Mesa police officer Philip Brailsford, left, and his attorney, Mike Piccarreta, stand for the jury last month at the start of Brailsford's murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo Credit: AP / David Wallace Over the weekend, public opinion was galvanized by the death of Daniel Shaver, a 26-year-old father of two and traveling pest-control worker.

PHX City Council considering MLK signage change

It's been two years since Phoenix City Council members hoisted 32 ceremonial signs honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. An act all part of renaming a 14 mile stretch of Broadway Road. But now, some in the community are calling for the stretch to get a permanent name change, rather than just the symbolic one you see now.

Republicans jump in to replace Franks as Ducey sets election

Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday set the dates for special primary and general elections to fill the vacancy created when U.S. Rep. Trent Franks resigned amid sexual misconduct allegations, setting off a scramble among Republicans to fill the rare open seat. Two Republicans immediately announced they would run in the Feb. 27 primary, former Corporation Commissioner Bob Stump and state Sen. Steve Montenegro.

The 10 Biggest Metro Phoenix Food Stories of 2017

Vegan Mexican? Phoenix-style barbecue? A bubble on Seventh Street? Phoenix, we are coming to the end of an eventful year in food. We were happy this year to showcase some incredible, unheralded dimensions of the Valley's delicious foodscape - and to ask a few uncomfortable questions.

Bond reduced for suspect in child murder case

The bond has been reduced in the case of a Phoenix man in the shooting death of his 9-year-old son earlier this year. In November prosecutors dismissed murder charges against Kansas Lavarnia saying they felt they could not prove first-degree murder against him in the March 20th death of his son Landen.

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