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TEMPE, Ariz., April 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- For the 38th time, the W. P. Carey School of Business Dean's Council has awarded an exceptional global business leader who has created and sustained … more
Phoenix roads are among the most dangerous in the nation. By Spring 2022, the city intends to have a comprehensive plan to improve those safety concerns. In the meantime, City Council has freed up … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Friday that will bar government officials from requiring businesses to enforce new mask mandates. But there may be less there than meets the … more
Migrant families will be held at hotels in the Phoenix area in response to a crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities said Friday, another step in the Biden administration's rush to set up … more
Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday his decision on whether to sign some controversial voting bills won’t be swayed by fears of losing the 2023 Super Bowl. more
When Starbucks launched its partnership with Arizona State University in June 2014, it was hailed as a first-of-its kind employee benefit set to increase access to higher education. more
BANGKOK — Health officials in Thailand have confirmed the country’s first local cases of the coronavirus variant first detected in Britain. The variant was found in customers of nightlife … more
PHOENIX — Arizona will not enact a law to outlaw virtually all abortions, at least not this year. Senate President Karen Fann told Capitol Media Services Tuesday she will not allow House … more
PHOENIX — Tactics planned by election auditors hired by the Arizona Senate to verify the outcome of the 2020 race are illegal and even criminal, attorneys for various voter rights issues … more
HOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey cannot use his emergency powers to preclude counties from enacting their own mask mandates, Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Tuesday. In an informal legal … more
Phoenix police is investigating an illegal dumping of a large amount of fish on the side of a road in the area of 15th Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road north Phoenix on Monday afternoon. Upon … more
Banner Health is searching for a new chief operating officer after Becky Kuhn announced her plans to retire at the end of 2021 on Friday. more
PHOENIX — The head of the House Education Committee wants the Department of Education to turn loose $85 million to help forestall anticipated teacher layoffs. Rep. Michelle Udall, R-Mesa, … more
In a strange way, baseball bookended the COVID-19 pandemic, at least in Arizona. more
Arizona colleges and universities are grappling with a decision of whether to require students returning in the fall to come back to campus with proof of a coronavirus vaccination. more
PHOENIX — Arizona Senate President Karen Fann said Friday that Maricopa County officials may be balking at cooperating with an audit of the 2020 election results because they fear what it might … more
The Phoenix Women’s Commission Pay Equity Subcommittee met Thursday, a few short months after forming in January, to discuss potential action for women’s equality in the workforce.  more
CAMDEN, Ala. — Residents 16 and older will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations in Alabama on Monday, expanding an immunization program that ranks last in the nation. Gov. Kay Ivey, who made … more
The prospects of a new emergency room donning the HonorHealth brand near Mountainside Fitness on Shea Boulevard west of Tatum Boulevard has hundreds of homeowners worried. The Phoenix City Council … more
PHOENIX — State lawmakers quashed the last remaining measure to rein in short-term vacation rentals Thursday concluding that it did so little as to not be worth the effort. Senate Bill 1379 … more
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