When the Arizona Center was built in downtown Phoenix near Third and Van Buren streets in 1990, it was a big deal. The center featured retail spaces, restaurants, a movie theater and office spaces. Nothing like it had been built in downtown Phoenix before.
The head of Mexico’s central bank said top officials there are preparing contingency plans based off whomever wins the U.S. presidential elections, which could have an impact on that country's economy -- at least in the short term.
Itzel Rios is a high school senior in Phoenix. She plans to apply to New York University or the University of Southern California to study film. She wrote this essay at KJZZ’s Youth Media Center Spot 127.
Tuesday will mark a new, paid holiday for employees at a Scottsdale company. A spokeswoman for Rowpar Pharmaceuticals said the company will pay about $3,000 for its ten employees to take off Election Day – even those who have already mailed in their ballots. While your employer may not designate tomorrow a holiday, in some cases you could get paid to vote
Some retailers are hoping less is more when it comes to point-of-purchase marketing, often referred to as POP displays. During a recent industry conference in Scottsdale, new research was shared about key trends and the impacts on visual merchandising.
In the last few presidential elections, thousands of Arizona provisional ballots cast at the wrong place were rejected. This election, Maricopa County poll workers are taking new steps to give clearer guidance to voters, which could reduce the number of ballots that are ultimately tossed.