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In his first three years of college, Ignazio Macaluso, a chemical engineering major at Arizona State, felt there was little support provided to students who, like him, live with autism. 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
When it comes to being broadsided by the coronavirus pandemic, business meetings and conventions were at the epicenter of destruction in the Valley. “It’s no secret… Our … more
Arizona State University and Starbucks are expanding their seven-year partnership and moving it in a new direction. more
Don’t count on restaurant customers being required to show proof of vaccination any time soon. Steve Chucri, president and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association, said he “doesn’t expect” and “hasn’t heard of” any Valley restaurant owners requiring vaccine passports in order to get service. more
PHOENIX (AP) — In March, when it was clear that the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate planned to recount presidential votes in the state's most populous county, Democratic Secretary of State … more
Independent Newsmedia presents as the next installment in the second season of the YourValley In The Know podcast, a one-on-one interview with Jamie Boggs, the first female athletic director in the … more
Dr. William M. (Bill) Tsutsui has been selected to serve as university president and chief executive officer effective July 1. more
After more than a decade of retail losses to other booming cities in the West Valley, Laveen will soon receive a major upgrade. more
A Taiwanese semiconductor company announced the hiring of 250 employees who will build computer chips at its Phoenix manufacturing facility.Last year, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. announced … more
GILBERT, Ariz. (AP) — A suspect in a stolen car struck and killed one officer and critically injured another during a wild chase involving multiple law enforcement agencies outside Phoenix, … more
Goodyear and Phoenix Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide after a Goodyear man and his former girlfriend were found dead in their respective homes. more
A trickle-down economy has emerged across the nation and no other marketplace exemplifies a winners-and-losers scenario better than the growing national and local affordable housing gap, outreach and … more
SANTA FE, N.M. — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham says New Mexico will soon adopt new policies encouraging residents receiving jobless benefits to go back to work. The Albuquerque Journal reports … more
A controversial development issue near Anthem will land on the desks of the Phoenix Planning Commission after an appeal was filed on the matter. The April 28 appeal, filed by Richard Zimmerman of New … more
A partnership between ASU Prep DIgital and Pendergast Elementary School District has been recognized with a national award for breaking down barriers for underserved students.  more
PHOENIX (AP) — A contractor overseeing the Arizona Senate's unprecedented recount of 2.1 million ballots from the November election complied Thursday with a court order and released its policies … more
Arizonans are entitled to see the policies and procedures being used in the Senate’s audit of the 2020 election returns, a judge has ruled. more
PHOENIX, Ariz., April 29, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Faith Hospice is pleased to announce that Cameron Svendsen, its Chief Strategy Officer, has been appointed to the board of directors of the … more
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