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Senator helps, but couple won’t restart business
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Senator helps, but couple won’t restart business

May 26th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor Despite a helping hand from their state senator, a Chandler couple whose cocktail flavoring business was flattened by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control say they’re too...
Gilbert, Chandler mayors address teen suicide
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Gilbert, Chandler mayors address teen suicide

May 25th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
By Ashlyn Robinette Staff Writer Suicide prevention and awareness were on the minds of Gilbert Mayor Brigette Peterson and Chandler’s mayor and vice mayor as they joined a virtual town hall recently with two experts on the...
Waymo minivan gets stubborn in Chandler
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Waymo minivan gets stubborn in Chandler

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Video footage recently posted online appears to show a Waymo self-driving minivans getting confused and holding up traffic on a street in Chandler. Joel Johnson, who manages a YouTube account of...
How drownings impact the community
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How drownings impact the community

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
By the City of Chandler Fatal drownings are a terrible tragedy, and when they occur, they leave a lasting impact on the community that is not easily forgotten. For Chandler’s first responders, this fact is especially true....
‘Water You’re Doing?’ stresses pool safety
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‘Water You’re Doing?’ stresses pool safety

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
By the City of Chandler May is Water Safety Awareness Month. With summer temperatures heating up and more families working and schooling from home, the risk for drownings is on the rise. According to the Arizona Department of...
Chandler scaling back pandemic leniency
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Chandler scaling back pandemic leniency

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Lenient rules put in place to help Chandler businesses survive the pandemic are expected to be phased out by the city in the coming months. The city’s code enforcers had relaxed its rules on...
New gambling law raises addiction worries
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New gambling law raises addiction worries

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
By Jesse Morrison Cronkite News The ability to attend a sporting event, place a bet on a team and possibly return home a winner will soon be a reality in Arizona. So, too, could an uptick in gambling addiction, some worry....
Racing school gets new go-karts, expands training
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Racing school gets new go-karts, expands training

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Radford Racing School at Wild Horse Pass, the official high performance driving school of Dodge//SRT, is the first driver training facility in the U.S. to receive a fleet of the Brazilian manufactured Piquet...
Chandler cyclists may get protection on Frye Road
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Chandler cyclists may get protection on Frye Road

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Chandler is planning to use federal funds to redevelop a 2.5-mile section of Frye Road with additional lanes reserved for cyclists. A $3.7-million grant could be spent on protective barriers that...
College earns special status for Hispanic population
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College earns special status for Hispanic population

May 24th, 2021 | by STSN Staff
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF New enrollment figures have helped Chandler-Gilbert Community College earn a distinction that will allow the campus to apply for new sources of federal funding. The growing number of CGCC students who...