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Some Valley businesses are expected to be impacted by a federal vaccine mandate that requires workers to get vaccinated or get weekly tests by Jan. 4. In September, President Joe Biden outlined a … more
Because of a logjam of cars constantly forming around Terminal 3 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, the city’s Aviation Department has eliminated the option to make a tight right turn … more
Most APS customers should see their electricity bill decrease after the Arizona Corporation Commission voted to slash APS revenue by about $119.8 million. In October, the commission started a … more
On a hot June afternoon, Aaron Wallace attacked two older women, one in her 90s, at the Tucson boarding home where they all lived. Wallace, 39, has schizophrenia and had not been taking his … more
As Phoenix’s bus ridership rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic, the city plans to add or extend some routes and increase the frequency of others. It also will analyze its four … more
In observance of Native American Heritage Month, Boeing has announced a $1.8 million donation to organizations across the U.S. supporting Indigenous communities. more

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has not yet made a decision on who will fill the supervisor seat left by Steve Chucri for District 2, according to a Maricopa County spokesperson, but they … more
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Mexican gray wolf was essentially extinct. Today, the species is on the incline, with at least 186 wolves in the wild across Arizona and New Mexico. This … more
Isaac Contreras lives alone and he says it’s making him sick. He’s got a room and a bathroom to himself, but the luxury stops there. Contreras has spent more than a year in … more
With a high rate of vacant storefronts, Phoenix is considering removing red tape around the redevelopment process and providing city resources to assist and incentivize businesses occupy those unused … more
Abrazo Health hospitals across the Valley will soon be hosting casual walk-in interviews every Wednesday. Applicants for all open positions can meet with hiring leaders and potentially receive an … more
While some adults are getting their third COVID-19 vaccine shots, kids across America and in Arizona are still awaiting their first. But that could change this week. The U.S. Food and Drug … more
Construction on Phoenix’s new Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. fab is moving along without a hitch, according to a top TSMC official. Peter Cleveland, vice president of the TSMC legal … more

PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 2, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — has watched technology evolve and grow over the past 40 years. He has now joined TAG CXO as a seasoned executive who brings skills and … more
Chick Arnold pulls out an old scrapbook packed with newspaper clippings, just in case he forgets anything. At 74, Arnold has a shock of white hair and sparkle reminiscent of Steve Martin. Tucked … more
With the job market on unsteady ground for much of 2020 as the pandemic raged on, many turned to graduate degree programs to boost their resumes. Those people continue to do so well into … more
PHOENIX — Valley drivers love their cars, and more than anywhere else in the country, they put their money where their hearts are. In fact, it costs more to get around in Phoenix — a city that was designed for cars — than in any other U.S. metro, statistics show. more
A new program aims to recruit teachers to fill Arizona’s long-standing shortage and ensure they stay in the classroom for years to come. more
More shade from trees and lighter colored, reflective roofs can each help reduce temperatures in some areas of Phoenix most impacted by heat, an environmental scientist told a Phoenix subcommittee … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation has signed an agreement with the developer team to design, build, operate and maintain the Interstate 17 Improvement Project from Anthem Way to Sunset … more

Arizona sports betting is poised to be big business as the Department of Gaming released its first revenue report on the dollars and cents recently changing hands in search of daily wins, parlay … more
Developer and philanthropist Judd Herberger passed away from heart failure on Wednesday, Oct. 27, according to his wife, Billie Jo. Herberger was 79. Arriving to Arizona … more
Murky and varied rules regarding mask and vaccine mandates at public venues and cities alike continue as officials navigate through the ever-changing tests of the pandemic. In August, a group of … more
As Phoenix begins to construct a comprehensive road safety plan, officials are considering whether the city should go the extra mile to earn a designation as a Vision Zero city to better compete for … more
Relief and a sense of calm filled the face of a former Afghan interpreter who met with reporters Tuesday after he faced turmoil while departing a Kabul airport in August. The man, identified as … more
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