At the Benefitness Adaptive Gym in Surprise, a group of family caregivers meet to share thoughts, feelings, and experiences and piece together support, encouragement, inspiration and information from …
PHOENIX — About 100,000 Arizonans who got their extra federal unemployment benefits cut off early during COVID by then-Gov. Doug Ducey because he instead wanted to get them to go to work at restaurants and hotels are not going to get the funds they lost.
PHOENIX — Insisting there are plenty of jobs out there, the state House gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a measure to cut the length of time that Arizonans who are laid off can collect jobless benefits.
Improving education persists as a major issue for Arizona state officials juggling funding, school safety and advancing curriculum, with the Helios Education Foundation and Education Forward Arizona following suit with a new report on the extensive economic benefits of investing in and developing statewide education.