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The annual campaign around the 4th of July is designed to highlight the economic impact of locally-owned, independent businesses.
Jun. 29, 2016
It will offer recommendations to county recorders and the Secretary of State’s Office about how to make the state’s elections run more smoothly.
Jun. 29, 2016
The funeral service industry is becoming more diverse. Among the most significant shifts? More women are entering this once male-dominated field.
Jun. 29, 2016
rain clouds
The Cedar Creek Fire burning near Pinetop- Lake Side is now 75 percent contained.
Jun. 28, 2016
movie theater
Arizona’s film industry is not what it once was, but Sun Studios of Arizona is trying to bring some of the lights, camera and media action back to the state.
Jun. 28, 2016
Loretta Lynch
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch was in Phoenix Tuesday to recognize the Phoenix Police Department as a model agency for officer training.
Jun. 28, 2016
As the Valley continues to grow, making sure we have a reliable water supply becomes more and more important.That supply is threatened by wildfires and a coalition of groups including the Salt River Project, U.S. Forest Service and Payson is working to protect it.
Jun. 28, 2016
Tohono O'odham casino
It's the first of a 20-year, $26 million settlement after Glendale dropped its opposition to the West Valley casino in 2014.
Jun. 28, 2016
Solar panels
Swiss-based ABB Group will move operations from its facility near Sky Harbor Airport to Latvia and Italy by the end of November.
Jun. 28, 2016
Desert near Escalante, Utah
But what does this have to do with public land?
Jun. 28, 2016
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton wants the Valley to send more of its products and services to international markets.
Jun. 28, 2016
election vote campaign
A group of Arizona non-profits that work on election issues has formed a commission to offer recommendations of ways to make state elections run more smoothly.
Jun. 28, 2016
 death chamber
The parties in a lawsuit challenging Arizona’s death penalty protocol are due in federal court Wednesday for a hearing.
Jun. 28, 2016
Paul Shah
Yuma middle-school students got an inside look at the pharmaceutical industry at the family-owned Santa Teresa Pharmacy, where they got some hands-on training.
Jun. 28, 2016
A civil rights group has released a series of reports alleging violations by agents with the U.S. Homeland Security Department.
Jun. 28, 2016
Eligible students will pay $43 per credit hour for courses that still have open seats after a class first meets.
Jun. 28, 2016
Wider locks have opened, allowing the latest megaships to get through the Panama Canal— the link between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The implications for the U.S. economy will be profound once Asian demand for goods like Arizona cotton and Texas oil and natural gas rebounds.
Jun. 28, 2016
New Mexico State University will now offer discounted tuition to some Mexican students. The new rate will be about half of what out-of-state students pay.
Jun. 28, 2016
When it comes to end-of-life planning, traditional burial is no longer the predominant choice. In 2015 nationwide— cremation surpassed burial as the preferred method of what the industry calls “final disposition.” And Arizona is one of a handful of states leading the way in that trend. Those changes mean the funeral service industry here is having to adapt.
Jun. 28, 2016
Downtown Phoenix
The New York Times singled out downtown Phoenix for its hipness, but what do locals think?
Jun. 27, 2016

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