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PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey will not order businesses to re-close or impose new restrictions even when the infection threat of COVID-19 in any area returns to … more
A 156-acre fresh food haven is planned for a site in south Phoenix that aims to provide the community with fresh food and lead in food industry innovation. In the project’s first development … more
Transportation officials warn Arizona motorists to avoid scam ‘DMV’ websites. more
As concerns over the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis have driven a wave of U.S. workers to embrace the work-from-home trend. more
Salt River Project officials announced this week that the utility provider has extended a moratorium on power disconnections started in March for some customers. more
Banner Health is banking mask mandates and continued social distancing as a way to  slow the spread of COVID-19, and says rolling back mandates could reverse the state's progress. Banner, the … more
A fundamental keystone to what makes America a special place is equitable access to quality public education no matter where a young person calls home. But despite this agreed-upon truth, for … more
Building on its ongoing sustainability and social responsibility efforts, JBS USA today announced plans to invest $1.3 million to help Tolleson respond to needs resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and invest in the community’s future. more
Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University will host New York Times bestselling author and social critic Roxane Gay as the 2020 Flinn Foundation Centennial Lecturer. Gay’s … more
County leaders last week found more funding to help Arizonans struggling to feed their families through the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. The Maricopa Board of Supervisors voted … more
Estrella Mountain Community College and Glendale Community College are proud to announce a collaboration with Microsoft to develop and deploy a Microsoft Datacenter Academy to enhance the IT training … more
The first infusion of an investigational drug that aims to delay or help to prevent the earliest memory loss due to Alzheimer’s disease took place in September at Butler Hospital in Providence, … more
A California firefighter killed while battling a blaze in the mountains east of Los Angeles was identified Tuesday as a member of an elite Hotshot crew dedicated to fighting wildfires. Charles … more
PHOENIX — Saying they’re still “reviewing” the issue, state officials have not acted on various plans to deal with a controversial monument to Confederate soldiers at a … more
PHOENIX — Prosecutors have declined to criminally charge an Arizona state trooper in the fatal shooting of a Black man during a roadside struggle nearly four months ago that inspired protests … more
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey is justifying his directive to liquor investigators and police to ignore violations of some state laws by restaurants because they need the money from sales they are being … more
Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park reopened Sept. 3 with rave reviews from visitors and moved forward Sept. 19 with the second phase of their reopening plan. more
The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and University of Phoenix support education in Arizona and each day throughout this week. more
Maricopa County distributed $1.5 million in federal funding for programs related to coronavirus relief earlier this month and earmarked $5 million more for future spending for housing efforts. In … more
Following the revelation of the printing press, words have been weaponized, propaganda espoused and disinformation integrated into democratic societies. But in the 21st century, media consumers can … more
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