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Scottsdale's slogan, inspired by past ranching operations, is "the West's Most Western Town." Even though it is one of the top 100 largest cities in America it still retains its connections to its small-town western heritage. Scottsdale is a spring training site for the San Francisco Giants. It is also home to several festivals and shows. These shows include the Scottsdale Artwalk held every Thursday, the Scottsdale Arabia Horse Show, and the Scottsdale Jaycees Parada del Sol, which is a famous month-long "cowboy" event that takes place annually.

Population: 202705
Local Newspapers: Scottsdale Downtowner Scottsdale Times
Local Sports Teams: Scottsdale Scorpions
Local Colleges: Penn Foster College (A Distance Education College) Scottsdale Community College

Zip Codes associated with scottsdale, arizona: 85250 85251 85254 85255 85256 85257 85258 85259 85260 85262 85268
Towns/Cities near scottsdale, arizona : Paradise Valley Tempe Mesa Phoenix

Scottsdale News
Kentucky Powerky Power Receives Emergency Assistance Award for Hurricane Work

Kentucky Power is a recipient of the Edison Electric Institute Emergency Assistance Award for its outstanding work assisting customers affected by Hurricane Harvey in August 2017 and Hurricane Irma in September 2017. The award is presented to EEI investor-owned member companies to recognize an outstanding response in assisting other electric companies in power restoration efforts after service has been disrupted by severe weather conditions or other natural events.

PVCC Black Mountain hosts Star Parties

Pictured is the observatory at Black Mountain. This astronomy observatory features a 14 inch Schmidt Cassegrain telescope.

States rethink sexual harassment policies after misconduct claims NEW

Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, foreground, R-Scottsdale, and others listen to Rep. Don Shooter, center background, R-Yuma, as he reads a statement regarding sexual harassment and other misconduct complaints made against him by Ugenti-Rita and others, as he spoke prior to Arizona House members receiving mandatory sexual harassment and other ethics issues training on the House floor at the Capitol, Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, in Phoenix. Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita R-Scottsdale, listens to Rep. Don Shooter R-Yuma, as he reads a statement regarding sexual harassment and other misconduct complaints made against him by Ugenti-Rita and others on the House floor at the Capitol in Phoenix on Tuesday.

AlectraAlectra Utilities earns "Emergency Assistance Award" for...

The Edison Electric Institute presented Alectra Utilities with the association's "Emergency Assistance Award" for its outstanding work assisting customers impacted by Hurricane Irma in September 2017. The award is presented to EEI member companies to recognize an outstanding response in assisting other electric companies in power restoration efforts after service has been disrupted by severe weather conditions or other natural events.

GM says its driverless car could be in fleets by next year

The four-passenger Cruise AV, with no steering wheel or pedals, is a version of the battery-powered Chevrolet Bolt. The four-passenger Cruise AV, with no steering wheel or pedals, is a version of the battery-powered Chevrolet Bolt.

Glendale Enhanced Image Med Spa gives patients an inner boost as well as outer one

Dr. Jennessa Iannitelli sets Enhanced Image Med Spa apart with its West Valley site and by having a medical presence - herself - on staff full time. Dr. Jennessa Iannitelli sets Enhanced Image Med Spa apart with its West Valley site and by having a medical presence - herself - on staff full time.

The Latest: Cops: Suspect in custody in repair shop incident

Authorities say a male suspect is in custody in connection with what's been called a possible explosive device at an auto body repair shop in a Phoenix suburb. Scottsdale police say the Arizona Department of Public Safety removed the device from a Service King Collision Repair Center in north Scottsdale Friday but didn't immediately say whether the device actually was explosive in nature.

Phoenix spring arts preview: Top 10 classical concerts, plays, exhibits

If you're interested in things to do besides a little musical called "Hamilton," we have the top arts events for you. Artists hold up a mirror to society.

10 cool rides at next week's Scottsdale's Barrett-Jackson auction

Barrett-Jackson 2018 is just around the corner. Here's what to expect and 10 impressive cars to check out.

Quaker State's "Best in Class Challenge" is back at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale

WHAT: The "Best in Class Challenge" was a 6-week automotive education competition featuring high school auto shop classes across the United States. Each school's team was charged with the task of restoring and customizing a pre-owned car, and the winning school was given the opportunity to auction off their vehicle at a Barrett-Jackson auction.

Wrong-way driver stopped without incident on Loop 101 in Scottsdale

Phoenix police stopped a wrong-way driver on the Loop 101 in Scottsdale after reports the car was driving north in southbound lanes of State Route 51. A wrong-way driver was stopped and arrested on a Phoenix-area freeway early Friday morning by state troopers and Phoenix police.

Valerie Pape: The case of Scottsdale salon owner turned 'torso murderer'

Scottsdale salon owner Valerie Pape shot her husband, Ira Pomerantz, then cut up his body and dumped his torso. Police never found the rest of him.

Arpaio's GOP Senate Opponent: 'Joe's a Patriot'

Arizona Senate candidate Kelli Ward speaks at a campaign rally on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Arizona Senate candidate Kelli Ward on Thursday defended her opponent Joe Arpaio's controversial record as sheriff - saying he has been a "leader on fighting illegal immigration."

Scottsdale Artists-in-Residence present Interactions Through Art

Scottsdale Public Art presents an exhibition of 2D and 3D artworks by three local artists from the Scottsdale Creates Residency program at the Scottsdale Livery: David Emmit Adams, Ron Carlos and Christopher Jagmin. The exhibition titled Interactions through Art: Scottsdale Artists-in-Residence, will be on view at the Gallery @ The Library, Scottsdale Civic Center from Jan. 25 through March 30, 2018.

Lovullo reconnecting with players at spring site

Wednesday was Torey Lovullo's first day back at Salt River Fields, but those who went looking for the D-backs' manager would not find him in his office sitting behind his desk. Instead, Lovullo was doing what he loves most, moving around the complex spending time with players who were working out in preparation for the beginning of Spring Training next month.

4 Arizona Sam's Club stores closing, including in Chandler, Scottsdale

Four Arizona Sam's Club stores in Chandler, Scottsdale, Casa Grande and Prescott Valley are closing, as part of a swath of closures nationwide. Walmart has announced it is raising its starting hourly wage from $9 to $11 and Sam's Club is set to close a series of clubs across the United States.

The Bachelor Season 22 Episode 2 : Kissing, cars, and a cat fight

And so far we're off to a flying start with the latest season, as Arie Luyendyk Jr tries to find his dame among the many, many women peacocking in front of him. In this week's episode, not to sound cliche the claws came out, as the women started to become 'invested' in a guy they met literally the week before.

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