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Experts are hopeful Gov. Ducey’s new cash incentives will lead to more Arizonans getting off unemployment and returning to regular full-time jobs. more
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation May 5 that dramatically expanded the use of telehealth in the state and is intended to improve access to medical care. more
New rules and trends are emerging for doing business, running a business and managing the people of a business in the Phoenix area as both proprietors and the employed begin to look beyond doing … more
State-run vaccination sites across Arizona can begin welcoming people ages 12 to 15 today, according to a news release from the Arizona Department of Health Services. more
Leonard Griffin knows the infrastructure of a top-25 men's soccer program when he sees it from his coaching and playing careers. That is a major part of why he and Grand Canyon are a mutual fit for him to be the Lopes' new head coach. more
The Phoenix City Council approved a request for the city to join the C40 Clean Air Cities Declaration and take on its worsening air quality during its May 5 meeting. more
It’s important to have boots on the ground when battling wildfires. And come July 1, the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management will be able to start putting 1,400 more boots on the ground. more
The Phoenix City Council on Wednesday approved funding for 11 new dual-port electric vehicle charging stations to be placed around the city at public libraries and parks. more
PHOENIX — Senate Republican leaders are setting the stage for a new legal fight with Maricopa County. Kory Langhofer, the attorney for the Senate, said he will issue subpoenas Monday for all … more
Cushman & Wakefield announced Friday it has brokered the sale of Cactus Forty-2, a 200-unit apartment community located at 4242 East Cactus Road. The Paradise Valley community was purchased by Los Angeles-based Ezralow Company, LLC, which acquired it for $56.05 million. more
TEMPE — Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday he won’t appeal the official census numbers for Arizona despite the financial hit they will mean to the state. The decision comes despite the fact … more
PHOENIX — The state’s top election officials is threatening to go to court unless the procedures being used by the Senate in its special ballot audit are changed. In a letter Wednesday … more
A total of 160 Phoenix residents gathered for The Aggregate’s inaugural “Stronger Together” Luncheon held on April 23, at Mountain Shadows Resort in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
The 11th Annual Taco Festival is making a comeback to Salt River Fields. The Two-day event is set to deliver another year of taco madness with more than 50 taco makers over two days -- … more
As Arizona slowly-but-surely recovers from the devastating impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, so does its commercial real estate industry. more
Arizona farmers will almost certainly have to operate with less water next year, as state and federal water officials project an historic shortage of the Colorado River’s water supply in … more
Grand Canyon University was a one-and-done participant in the NCAA Tournament last Sunday when the men’s team fell 0-2 to the No. 7 ranked Washington Huskies. In just the team’s second … more
TriWest Healthcare Alliance has been honored by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve with the Extraordinary Employer Support Award for its strong support of the National Guard and Reserve community. more
Phoenix City Council is beginning discussions of how to spend $416 million in coronavirus relief funds it will receive as a result of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan that Congress approved in … more
With Arizona months into its COVID-19 vaccination efforts, demand seems to be leveling off with supply and the focus is turning toward community health organizations to reach underserved populations. more
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