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Amazon is the world’s largest retailer, and part of why that is comes from businesses pitching their ideas to them. One of the nation’s largest apartment rental companies, based in Phoenix, did just that two years ago with a concept called Amazon Lockers, which is now spreading nationwide.
Now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board at The Arizona Republic. Over the weekend, Arizona law enforcement agencies — including the Department of Public Safety and the Phoenix Police Department — held a job fair in the attempt to recruit new officers. And a stronger, more concerted effort to recruit people of color is underway.
One of the things researchers struggle with most is taking large data sets, which often take months or even years to compile, and making them understandable. But one scientist found a way to do this — using music.
"Only the Brave," the dramatization of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, who died in the Yarnell Hill Fire in 2013, opened this weekend. Their deaths were due in part to being cut off from their escape route.
It’s been a month since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, and still, most residents don’t yet have power back, cell service is spotty and bottled water can be tough to come by. We have two perspectives on disaster relief and recovery this morning.
The Phoenix Suns have adopted a strategy called #thetimeline, trying to encourage fans to be patient as the team slowly moves to end a lengthy playoff drought. But on Sunday, Head Coach Earl Watson’s timeline was snuffed out — after only 3 games this season, all losses by the Suns.
The federal government will soon decide whether to extend or cancel Temporary Protected Status for roughly 1,100 Salvadorans, Hondurans and Haitians living in Arizona, according to a new report by the Center for American Progress.
Arizona’s newest public utility regulator Justin Olson is being sworn in Monday. Justin Olson will be taking over the seat formerly head by Doug Little, who resigned after taking a job with the Department of Energy.