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- Residents protest developments
- Goodyear police board rejects disability application
- Buckeye No. 2, Goodyear No. 14 in fastest-growing cities
- Three dead from gunshots in west Goodyear home
- High-security veteran overcomes cancer, graduates from ASU
- Business Briefcase
- Alleged ‘Westgate shooter’ said he was bullied, ignored
- Governor orders nightly curfew through June 8
- Moms of victims ‘blessed’ by first responders
- More deaths from COVID-19 at Glencroft in Glendale
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