Parents tell their kids, “Shut the front door, I’m not paying to cool the entire neighborhood.” But research shows that, during Phoenix summers, we do pay to heat the neighborhood — to the tune of 1 to 2 degrees Fahrenheit — thanks to waste heat vented by our air conditioners.
Bottled water from a Scottsdale company will now be in about 4,000 more stores nationwide, after a contract signed last week. It comes at a time when the bottled-water industry is booming, while soda sales are slumping.
Last week, members of the Senate Aging Committee held a hearing to talk about military caregivers. With more than 5 million military and veteran caregivers, supporting these individuals remains a work in progress.
Tuesday is the earliest F-35 fighter jet operations could resume at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, according to U.S. Air Force officials. F-35 operations have been on hold at the base for about a week.
Just as temperatures in southern Arizona began to climb this week, federal immigration agents descended on an aid camp built in the desert by the activist group No More Deaths to aid migrants who find themselves in trouble when crossing the border illegally.
Reaction is coming from here in Arizona to President Trump’s adjustment to U.S. policy toward Cuba. Stopping short of reversal, President Trump announced the U.S. would maintain diplomatic relations and that airlines and cruise ships would still be allowed to service the island.
The Golden State Warriors were crowned NBA champs earlier this week for the second time in three seasons. TV ratings were the highest for an NBA Finals series since 1998, and the sport’s popularity in social media is on the rise. But can the league overcome the NFL to become America’s most-loved game?
Valley band Playboy Manbaby is known for its loud, over-the-top shows, brassy punk sound, and seemingly limitless energy. Playboy Manbaby just released an album earlier this year called “Don’t Let It Be" and The Show’s Sarah Ventre sat down with the band’s frontman Robbie Pfeffer.
Just when you were ready to breathe a sigh of relief that the housing crisis had passed and the market was back to normal, Trulia, a mobile and online real-estate resource has released a study saying that buoyed home prices are just a mirage.