As part of the NFL’s increased efforts to reach out to international fans — including playing regular season games in London — the Oakland Raiders will be announcing some of their picks from Mexico City.
Just like communities in the Valley, Las Vegas is focused on the future of its water supply. Over the past two years, that has manifested itself in what the city is considering an economic development tool: water innovation.
You’ve probably heard this line before from airport officials: be sure to arrive two hours ahead of your flight. You might want to roll your eyes at that, especially if you’re on a domestic flight, but, it’s worth taking into consideration before you head to the airport.
All three initiatives are being sidelined, with those involved in the fight saying it makes sense to back down rather than engage in what promised to be an extensive, not to mention expensive, ballot fight, with neither side guaranteed a victory.
Many Ecuadorians are still sleeping outside and struggling to find food and water following the magnitude-7.8 earthquake that was felt throughout the country nearly two weeks ago. The hardest hit areas were located along the country’s coast, and the death toll in those areas continues to rise. Humanitarian aid is making its way to the South American country, and some of that assistance is coming from Phoenix.
The growing diversity of the U.S. population — particularly in the Southwest—is reflected in magazine, online and television ads. But how do agencies determine how that diversity should be presented? How sensitive are they to what consumers are seeing?
Gilbert’s growth has been an issue for its schools. A few months back, there was a debate over where to move Gilbert Classical Academy. The school board was considering options including closing Gilbert Junior High.