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Some unemployment, child support checks delayed after cyberattack
The Arizona Department of Administration says delayed checks for child support, child care and unemployment are now in the mail.
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Fiscal year ends with high participation in AZ legal sports betting
After expectations that participation would drop, participation was 6th highest in the nation in the last quarter.
July 6, 2022
Skies have not always been so friendly to travelers this summer
The summer travel season has been a bit of a bumpy ride so far, especially for air travelers.
July 6, 2022
Report finds cities where homeownership by people of color thrives
Far fewer people of color own homes in the U.S. than white people. But in a new analysis from Axios, race and justice reporter Russell Contreras found there are cities large and small in America where homeownership by people of color thrives.
July 6, 2022
Why a Phoenix councilmember voted against $1M in arts grants
Nearly 100 arts and cultural groups will share close to $1.3 million, thanks to grants approved by Phoenix leaders last week. But one City Council member voted against the awards and criticized the process.
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July 5, 2022
Phoenix fire hydrant replacements, repairs falling behind
Supply chain issues are slowing fire hydrant repairs and replacements in Phoenix.
July 5, 2022
Tucson Starbucks store to vote on whether to unionize
If the vote is successful, the Tucson store would join more than 170 others in the United States to have unionized.
July 5, 2022
Cactus Country design studio: Made in Arizona
The Show's Made in Arizona series spotlights Arizona makers. Meet the husband-and-wife duo behind Cactus Country design studio.
July 5, 2022
Some think shopping centers could help Arizonas housing problem
The Phoenix area has a shortage of housing — specifically, affordable housing. A look at whether shopping centers could be part of the solution.
July 5, 2022
Mesa industrial project offers 2 million feet near airport, railroad line
Work is underway on a large industrial park in southeast Mesa called Gateway Grand. Greystar Development recently broke ground on the 150-acre site, south of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and next to a planned extension by Union Pacific Railroad.
July 5, 2022
Homeless outreach group uses Phoenix funding for mobile cooling van
Outreach group AZ Hugs for the Houseless has created a mobile cooling van to prevent heat-related deaths for those experiencing homelessness, using funding from the city of Phoenix.
July 5, 2022
Theres help for older adults struggling with AC bills
Phoenix heat can be deadly for anyone, but older adults are at greater risk. Yet, keeping the air conditioning on can be financially difficult for low-income seniors. Both SRP and APS offer discount programs for qualifying customers.
July 5, 2022
Phoenix council unanimously approves generous benefit for full-time employees
In hopes of keeping and attracting new talent, the Phoenix City Council has unanimously approved up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave.
July 5, 2022
Small churches close from low attendance
In-person attendance at churches is declining, leading some small churches to close.
July 4, 2022
Downtown Phoenix light rail stations to reopen, restore original schedule
Valley Metro announced this week that all downtown Phoenix light rail stops are reopening Saturday, after some had been closed for more than two months due to construction.
July 2, 2022
Airbnb bans parties at rentals, sees decrease in Arizona disturbances
Popular home rental app Airbnb is codifying a worldwide ban on using rental properties for parties ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend. The ban started as a public health measure in 2020 and has been especially effective in reducing reported parties in Arizona.
July 1, 2022
Judge: Arizonas prison health care is grossly inadequate
A federal judge has ruled that Arizona has continued to not comply with a lawsuit settlement in which it promised to revamp care in the state prison system.
July 1, 2022
New policy giving tribes a say could slow down AZ Snowbowl development
A change in policy by the Biden administration to give tribal voices more of a seat at the table has led to a controversy about proposed changes at Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff.
July 1, 2022
Gas prices finally begin to fall
If crude oil prices continue to fall, experts say gas prices are expected to follow. And AAA Arizona spokesperson Aldo Vazquez said gas prices are already starting to decline.
June 30, 2022
The LIV tours 1st U.S. event is underway. How this impacts the PGAs future
For decades, the PGA tour has been the centerpiece of the world's competitive men's golf. But now the PGA faces its greatest existential challenge with the emergence of the Saudi-backed LIV tour.
June 30, 2022
Court orders Curaleaf Arizona owner to offer job to fired budtender
A corporate entity that owns marijuana dispensaries throughout metro Phoenix is under a federal court order to offer a job to a former budtender who sought to form a union. But the parent company of Curaleaf Arizona could still prevail in the unfair labor practices case awaiting review by a federal agency.
June 29, 2022