The Surprise Firefighters Association is unhappy with the loss of Engine 305 in downtown Surprise that is now replaced with a two person pickup truck. The association believes this is not in the city's best interest with population increasing as well as 911 calls.
A welfare check conducted by the Glendale Police Department turned into a cross country road trip when a 94-year-old man was determined to drive across the country to his new assisted living facility in Florida.
A global movement is working towards educating people on how to talk about Dementia and be there for loved ones suffering. The city of Surprise will now offer resource sessions to families and caretakers that are in need of better understanding the disease.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday that a Phoenix business can refuse service to same-sex couples, overruling the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance.
The artists who operate Brush & Nib, which makes invitations and other wedding-related items, argued in a 2016 lawsuit that the ordinance violated their religious beliefs by forcing them to custom-make products for same-sex marriage ceremonies.