Mesa is working with with PHX East Valley Partnership to launch a series of free workshops will help people learn about potential investment opportunities. To help startups succeed and create new jobs, experts say the Valley needs to increase early-stage investment.
The last Bureau of Labor Statistics report of 2018 came out today and the news is pretty good. The numbers added a twist to the current economic story, beating back forecasts predicting doom and gloom.
With The Show to talk about Arizona’s new U.S. Senators and former Sens. Flake and Kyl — and more — were public policy consultant and former legislative leader Chris Herstam and former State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jaime Molera of Molera Alvarez.
The 116th Congress convened on Thursday, with Democrats taking back the House after eight years out of power. Inter-party divisions have only deepened since Nancy Pelosi last held the Speaker's gavel, and it's unclear how both sides will manage to effectively govern.
Ace Hardware, Ocean Spray and Land O’ Lakes are some of the most popular business names in the U.S. They’re also among the most successful cooperatives. Co-ops are owned and controlled by members, not outside shareholders, and there's a movement underway to grow co-ops in Arizona.
Arizona law has for years required employers to verify that someone they want to hire can legally work in the United States. But a federal system business owners use has been shuttered due to the partial government shutdown as the peak season for Arizona’s hospitality industry is just getting started.
Jordan Pickett is in her third year at Mingus Union High School in Cottonwood. And she wants to blend in with the rest of the junior class, but every day when she goes to school, she feels embarrassed by something that she has to wear: a red badge.