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Phoenix officials are mum about a land deal expected to support a new semiconductor facilities plant near Deer Valley Airport. A land property, totaling 223.79 acres, is set to be auctioned March 30 and potentially could be home to semiconductor facilities. According to published reports, a company in Taiwan is looking at the Valley land for a massive fabrication plant. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services announced March 17 it will make COVID-19 vaccination appointments available each Friday for the following week in an effort to make it easier for Arizonans to register for appointments at state mass-vaccination sites. more
PHOENIX — Rejecting claims the measure amounts to little more than window dressing, a House panel voted Tuesday to give local governments more power to regulate short-term vacation rentals. more
Walk, jog, run and give back. The Grand Canyon Conservancy, the non-profit partner of Grand Canyon National Park, is asking Valley residents to donate to its fundraiser where proceeds will go to help protect and preserve the park. more
PHOENIX -- Raising the specter of Mark Zuckerberg influencing who holds office in Arizona, Republican lawmakers moved Monday to block counties from taking money from any private source to help run local elections. more
A Peoria road project essential for rapid city growth should help silence any critics who once thought officials missed retail opportunities by allowing too much residential housing along Loop 101. more
The U.S. Department of Labor launched a search for employees from a Tempe-based plastering company that allegedly falsified records to avoid paying workers overtime, violating the Fair Labor … more
Finger pointing and family disputes can arise when people have question marks about their future. That notion is especially true when a loved one passes away without a financial plan of exactly where … more
Want to give back to children in need? Buy a sandwich. more
The Arizona Department of Gaming reported a 4 percent loss in gaming contributions from Arizona tribes from this time last year, according to a press release. more
From sketchbook to concrete, graffiti artist CLYDE has created murals throughout metropolitan Phoenix and has taken great lengths to produce them, literally. A dynamic 140-foot mural of a girl … more
PHOENIX — Republican lawmakers acted Thursday to erect two new hurdles in the path of individuals and groups seeking to craft their own laws. With only Republicans in support, the House … more
As the nation approaches the 1-year mark of the global COVID-19 pandemic few groups have been more affected by the pandemic than public school teachers. Last spring, when classes suddenly went … more
Anthem motorists could see moderate traffic delays along 45th Avenue as crews start work on a new water infrastructure project meant to ensure residents don’t have a hiccup to their water … more
Great Hearts Academies in Arizona is hosting a hiring fair in March with hopes of landing 240 new teachers. The outreach is part of the  Phoenix-based charter school group to find new … more
When places of gathering were shut down at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, events were canceled or rescheduled for later dates. Fast forward to today and some events in the coming weeks are … more
Tempe-based multimedia company, Voyage Pro, is seeking to help small businesses in the Phoenix metropolitan area in response to the economic devastation caused by outbreak of COVID-19 virus.Voyage … more
A Scottsdale-based hiring agency is lending its hand in the fight against the pandemic by filling vaccination sites with much-needed workers. Vaccinations have become a priority for states across … more
One of America’s first Christian film studios calls the community of Tempe home as JCFilms Studio launches at 405 W. Southern Avenue.Officials there say JCFilms studios is looking to start a … more
A cascade of cause and effect is washing over various sectors of human service organizations throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area as outreach officials report stark increases in efforts to combat … more
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