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When Grand Canyon University senior Rabekah Neu crossed the stage at graduation on Monday, she did so with a full-time job offer in supply chain management from Amazon.com Inc. more
Grand Canyon University conferred its largest graduating class in history on Monday. more
Governments around the Valley are working to create a regional system of local homeless shelters and a regionally consistent approach to homelessness, rather than a piecemeal, city-by-city … more
When Rutgers University announced in late March it would require all students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine before stepping foot on its New Jersey campus this fall, it became the first university to do so. Since then, a handful of schools have followed suit, including Cornell University and Notre Dame University. more
In Georgia, faith leaders are asking corporate executives to condemn laws restricting voting access — or face a boycott. In Arizona and Texas, clergy have assembled outside the state capitols to … more
Businesses next to light rail construction in Phoenix are now eligible for direct payments from the city and could start receiving payments as early as this week. When new light rail construction … more
Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher has named two new deputy city managers who will join the city on May 10. more
A real estate firm announced the $9.85 million sale of a prominant Phoenix shopping center Wednesday on 32nd Street and Shea Boulevard. more
Outdoorsy Arizonans beware: it's rattlesnake season.  more
Some Anthem officials oppose two different developments that would go up near the master-planned community.According to the Anthem Community Council website, increased traffic and limited access for … more
On the heels of the passage of House Bill 2772 — ultimately allowing for legal online sports betting — the PGA Tour and DraftKings Inc. are announcing together a dramatic expansion into … more
PHOENIX — With state revenues running more than $1 billion ahead of expectations and better times forecast, Republican lawmakers are looking at compressing all of the state's income tax … more
A high-rise apartment building is planned for the southwest corner of Scottsdale and Bell roads, across the street from The Promenade shopping center. The project could face pushback, as two members … more
In a recent Phoenix Women’s Commission Pay Equity Subcommittee meeting, Vice Chair Kyle Webb name-checked the city of Tempe when discussing the potential for pay equity in the city of Phoenix. more
PHOENIX -- State senators gave final approval late Monday to opening the door for Arizonans to be able to gamble legally on professional and amateur sports as well as fantasy sports. The 23-6 vote … more
The city of Avondale broke ground Monday on a significant portion of The BLVD, a new development along Avondale Boulevard just south of Interstate-10 and the city’s booming health-tech corridor. more
Almost three years to the day after a hit-and-run crash that killed Grand Canyon University student Taylor White at age 21, Phoenix police arrested the two suspects they believe are responsible on … more
Trying go anywhere on foot during hot Phoenix summers can be near unbearable and can even cause health incidents. The city is trying to make it a little easier to walk in the summer by making some … more
Phoenix plans to install several more miles of fiber optic cables that will mainly help ensure that Streets Department staff maintain reliable control over traffic signals in those … more
A five-story, 360-unit apartment building planned across the street from the Kierland Commons shopping center took a step toward approval last week. Phoenix’s Paradise Valley Village Planning … more
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