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In support of UMOM Day Centers, a leading provider of emergency shelter, supportive services, and housing programs for families experiencing homelessness, Tempe-based marketing and consulting agency, … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for weeknight travel delays on eastbound Loop 202 while alternating lane closures are in place for pavement … more
The Westin Tempe has announced the property is nearing completion and is expected to make its debut this August, which proponents contend, marks the city’s largest new hotel opening in nearly … more
The coronavirus pandemic turned the academic world on its head for more than a year and its effects are still being felt in higher education today. more
President Joe Biden’s goal of having 70% of Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 by July 4 is proving to be a tall order for several states, including Arizona. more
Partnered together, Habitat for Humanity and the city of Tempe, are ushering in the next generation in affordable housing construction as the pair are building a three-dimensional meant for … more
A new survey from Maricopa County Department of Public Health asks county residents ages 12 and older how COVID-19 has impacted them and their families. more
Vo Signature Spa, one of Arizona’s top minority and woman-owned medical spas, has moved and expanded from its original 100-square-foot space in Chandler to a brand-new 1,200-square-foot location in Tempe. more
Grand Canyon University won its first WAC conference tournament title last Saturday and looks to make noise in the NCAA Tournament as they face the No. 5 seeded Arizona Wildcats. It was not an … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan ahead for closures on westbound U.S. Highway 60 Superstition Freeway from 9 p.m. Friday, June 4, to 9 a.m. Saturday, June 5, for … more
Tempe City Council votes on a budget transfer that will allocate funds to the city facilities capital improvement plan project meant for the construction of the Tempe Municipal Operations … more
The Scottsdale Police Department, with the Tempe Police Department and the Arizona Department of Public Safety, will conduct DUI Task Forces May 28 through May 31 for the Memorial Day holiday. more
Since the early 1970s, the Fiesta Bowl has been synonymous with excellence in American major university football oftentimes pitting some of the best collegiate programs in history against one … more
While next year’s likely Colorado River water shortage declaration will not impact Valley cities’ water supplies, those cities are planning for a drier future, both in the short-term and … more
The opioid epidemic has been a widespread problem for the United States for many years and is not only not going away soon, but overdoses have been rising since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of … more
The Novus Innovation Corridor earned the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED-ND) gold certification last month from the U.S Green Building Council. more
With the European Union’s 27 countries agreeing to open their borders to vaccinated Americans this summer, the world is one step closer to the international travel that has been held at bay by the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year. more
Readers are invited to submit photographs of desert landscapes, wildlife and prominent landmarks to be used in the 2022 Scenic Arizona calendar. These should be sent to aznews@newszap.com, with … more
You know what the problem is with recreational marijuana here in Arizona? What to do with all the money, cash money that is. On any given day in the Phoenix area, marijuana dispensary owners move … more
PHOENIX—The Arizona Community Foundation and its donors and municipal partners are pleased to announce grant, scholarship, small business recovery grants, and loan distributions for its fiscal year ending March 31, 2021. A total of $192,548,375 was awarded from funds of the Arizona Community Foundation and its six statewide Affiliates in Cochise, Flagstaff, the Gila Valley, Sedona, Yavapai County, and Yuma. more
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