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Health care workers in and around Phoenix are once again springing into action as an uptick in severe COVID-19 cases — largely caused by the highly transmissible Delta variant — rattles hospitals. more
Community colleges throughout Maricopa County have joined a brand-new pilot program dedicated to boosting education outcomes for students of color and those from low-income backgrounds. more
The Phoenix Suns may have ended their season sooner than hoped, but the team’s home arena is just getting started. more
One of the Valley’s longest- running health care systems has its sights set on growth during the next few years, with special attention being paid to the community’s most vulnerable. more
Sprouts Farmers Market opened its new store, near Glendale, on Wednesday, July 21. more
The Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest announced it had honored two Phoenix-based companies with its inaugural award.  more
A detailed time line of specifically how Phoenix officials will use its new 27-story downtown high-rise tower may take a few months to iron out. On July 1, the Phoenix City Council voted to … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought dozens of issues to light, but it also exacerbated an growing problem in the U.S. and in Arizona. more
The restrictions being considered for Phoenix area hiking due to the heat are wrong. Every single person has a different ability and different limitations. Whether to hike in any conditions, heat, … more
The Phoenix Suns may be just two games away from the NBA Championship, but the team’s home is already undergoing some changes. more
A 15-hour flight to Taipei in October 2019 helped jump start a process that led Phoenix officials to land a Taiwanese semiconductor company. On Oct. 17, 2019, city of Phoenix officials left Sky … more
An extension of a partnership between two educational entities aims to improve Arizona students’ struggling math scores. more
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego joined other mayors and governors at the White House Wednesday to push for the administration’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan, a measure she has said is needed to reverse decades of “massive underinvestment.” more
While many Phoenix offices remain empty due to continued remote work, downtown isn’t quite the ghost town one might expect. more
A Phoenix native received a big commendation from the U.S. Navy on June 30. more
Federal officials have awarded $45.3 million in COVID-19 relief funds to 68 Arizona concert venues, a vast improvement over the single grant awarded a month ago but still far short of the need, advocates say. more
Ever wonder when your bus is arriving? Or, when the next train will pull into the station? Ponder no more. Valley Metro officials report as through partnership with the city of Phoenix and Vix … more
As Phoenix temperatures climb to triple digits, most residents prefer to stay inside with the air-conditioning. But it’s not that simple for everyone. more
The Buckeye City Council approved the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year budget at their regularly scheduled meeting on July 6. more
After a national search, Brian Craig,  was chosen as the new Development Services Director for the city of Buckeye. more
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