A midcentury Phoenix building has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Executive Towers, a condo building at Third and Clarendon avenues, was built in the early '60s by noted Valley architect Al Beadle.
A quarter of Americans call themselves coffee snobs, according Modern Restaurant Management's March report. The report said industry growth is in the high-end products called "third wave," where an intense focus is paid to how beans are sourced and roasted.
The Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit behind the program, is working on a new initiative "Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children." As part of that, Sesame Street is introducing Julia, its first autistic character.
The Family Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, was approved in 1993 and entitles employees to take unpaid time off for certain reasons related to the birth of a child or a medical issue. But FMLA has never included grieving parents, a change that the Valley’s Barry Kluger has been pushing for.
Cell-service providers are getting their infrastructure in Phoenix geared up to handle an influx of sports fans. Officials are expecting data usage to follow past patterns and show an increase from the year before.
Prescott has an unfunded liability to the state’s public safety pension system of almost $80 million. Today, the City Council will consider a sales-tax hike and land sale to make up a projected funding shortfall.
A classroom is supposed to be a safe place to talk about your views on issues like race and politics without the conversation devolving into yelling. But have we gone too far in protecting one another’s feelings? One policy at University of Arizona has come under fire from some conservative news outlets recently.
Last week, the city of Tucson passed a hate-crime resolution, expanding the definition of buildings covered under the law and applying minimum penalties, including 10 days of jail, for a first offense.