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Phoenix Antique Store Limits Hours, Expands Creativity
Typically it’s good business practice to be open at least a few days a week. But an antique store in Phoenix manages to open only four days a month – and it’s wildly successful.
April 25, 2014
Coconino County Bans Use, Sale Of Fireworks
The use and sale of fireworks are now banned in unincorporated areas of Coconino County. The county board of supervisors unanimously passed the measure on Friday.
April 25, 2014
Phoenix Woman Accused Of Shoe Throwing Remains In Jail
A Phoenix woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton during a speech in Las Vegas has pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor charges.
April 25, 2014
Search For E.T. Takes Place This Weekend
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: People are heading to the New Mexico desert this weekend, in search of the truth.
April 25, 2014
Can Phoenix Be Attractive To Millennials?
If Phoenix wants to continue attracting millennials, where should it look for inspiration?
April 25, 2014
Reduced Snowpack Leaves Rivers At 22 Percent Of Normal
You don’t have to be a meteorologist to know we had a dry winter. Below-average precipitation means reduced snowpack, which means less water in rivers, streams and reservoirs.
April 25, 2014
Despite Mesa Loss, Colleges Could Continue To Branch In Southwest
Mesa’s push to become a haven for liberal arts college satellite campuses lost one of its inaugural participants when Westminster College announced this week it would leave the Valley after the spring semester.
April 25, 2014
Here Comes The Money — But Clean Elections Cant Regulate It
Now that the regular legislative session is over, lawmakers who are running for re-election or some other office can focus on their campaigns — including raising money.
April 25, 2014
Phoenix Approves Water Partnership With Tucson
The Phoenix City Council acted this week to focus on ensuring the community has enough water for the future.
April 25, 2014
When The Polygamous Turn Monogamous
But what happens when a polygamous family — one that is not a part of the FLDS church — becomes monogamous?
April 25, 2014
Did You Know: Queen Creek Olive Mill Is A Unique Type Of Farm
There’s a place in the East Valley that feels like you’re thousands of miles away in Italy. The place is filled with wine, food, and olives. Take a trip to Queen Creek.
April 25, 2014
A Mother-Daughter Diary Of Breast Cancer
My mom was only 38 when she found out she had breast cancer. How young will I be?
April 25, 2014
On The Ledge With The Arizona Legislature
It’s over … for now. The state legislature adjourned its regular session early Thursday morning, with its usual flurry of last-minute activity.
April 25, 2014
Hot Corner: Gainey Ranch
It’s time to head to another of the Valley’s Hot Corners — parts of town with a lot going on.
April 25, 2014
Giffords Remembers Judge, Friend At Courthouse Dedication
A new federal courthouse was dedicated Thursday in Yuma in honor of U.S. District Chief Judge John Roll, who was killed in the 2011 Tucson attack on Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
April 25, 2014
 Hualapai Tribe, Skywalk Developer
After a long dispute the Hualapai Tribe and the family of a Las Vegas businessman have finally reached a financial settlement over the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
April 25, 2014
Fort Huachuca Getting Militarys Largest Solar Array
An Army base in southern Arizona is getting the largest solar array of any U.S. military installation.
April 25, 2014
Lawmakers Cut Taxes Despite Revenue Projections
Arizona lawmakers approved an unbalanced budget during their just-completed session, but that did not stop them from cutting taxes again.
April 25, 2014
Coconino County Bans Cell Phone Use While Driving
The Coconino County Board is stepping in where state lawmakers have failed to tread, approving a ban on texting or using cell phones that are not hands-free while driving.
April 25, 2014
Refinery Maintenance Leads To Higher Gas Prices
The cost of filling your tank for the weekend is up again this week.
April 25, 2014

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