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Basha High offering jump-start cybersecurity courses
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Basha High offering jump-start cybersecurity courses

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   Basha High School students now have the opportunity to prepare for a career in the burgeoning field of cybersecurity.  Students will be enrolling in new elective courses this school year that...
Chandler hopes to broaden airport’s economic impact
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Chandler hopes to broaden airport’s economic impact

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   As development around Chandler continues to take shape, city officials are examining how its airport might be able to better attract a different type of clientele.  A 2015 study showed the...
Chandler councilman running for Congress
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Chandler councilman running for Congress

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   Chandler City Councilman Sam Huang has announced he will seek the Republican nomination in Arizona’s 9th Congressional District (CD9) next year. Huang, whose first term on the council ends in...
Ex-Chandler cop didn’t fingerprint 56 suspects
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Ex-Chandler cop didn’t fingerprint 56 suspects

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   A former Chandler police officer recently had his state certification revoked after he lied about not fingerprinting and photographing 56 suspects over several months, public records show. ...
Litigation piling up for Chandler opioid maker
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Litigation piling up for Chandler opioid maker

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer   Former executives of Chandler-based Insys Therapeutics are the subject of more civil litigation for allegedly deceiving insurance companies into covering the costs of opioid prescriptions. A...
Baseball taught him skills to grow businesses
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Baseball taught him skills to grow businesses

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By the City of Chandler Ryan Kaup has worked at the City of Chandler for more than five years.  He started as an intern while deciding whether to pursue a masters of public administration degree at Arizona State University.  He...
Children in crisis, not enough help
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Children in crisis, not enough help

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By Cecilia Chan Staff Writer When Phoenix Children’s Hospital opens its multi-specialty outpatient clinic in January in Gilbert, it will bring much-needed behavioral health care to children and teens. The East Valley — like...
Infected mosquitoes have Chandler in their crosshairs
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Infected mosquitoes have Chandler in their crosshairs

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By Cecilia Chan Staff Writer Vector control specialist Jason Gillette checked a funky-looking mosquito trap hanging from a tree in the East Valley neighborhood. The gallon cooler is filled with dry ice and poked with holes that...
As school begins, kindergarten parents learn the ins and outs
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As school begins, kindergarten parents learn the ins and outs

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By KAYLA RUTLEDGE Staff Writer Thousands of students are making their way back into the classrooms next week – including scores of kids who will be going to school for the first time. And for the first time, Chandler Unified...
How EV prosecutor got justice for rape victims
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How EV prosecutor got justice for rape victims

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By Jim Walsh Staff Writer Sexual assault victims from the East Valley and throughout the nation are finally getting justice – even though they had to wait far too long. In Maricopa County alone, an exhaustive quest to test a...