Arizona Business News


Report shows nursing home residents health worsened during pandemic
The physical and mental health of nursing home residents worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s according to a new U.S. Government Accountability Office report.
Sept. 27, 2022
Shamrock Foods to build distribution center
Phoenix-based Shamrock Foods has bought 81 acres of land for a distribution center in southern Arizona. The center will be built just off Interstate 10 in Marana, about 20 miles north of Tucson.
Sept. 26, 2022
Rihanna will headline the 2023 Super Bowl halftime
Rihanna will take center stage at February's Super Bowl in a halftime show sponsored by Apple Music. The Super Bowl will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Feb. 12.
Sept. 25, 2022
Goodyear approves new short-term rental regulations
The Goodyear City Council has approved new measures for short-term rentals. Those include a license, notifying neighbors and a mandatory response time to respond to complaints.
Sept. 25, 2022
Grant Hill talks struggle, overcoming odds
Former NBA player Grant Hill discusses his career and overcoming challenges in an autobiography that debuted this summer.
Sept. 23, 2022
Crisis declared over adult probation officer staffing
The Arizona Supreme Court has declared a crisis over a lack of adult probation officers. Eight counties don’t have enough to keep caseload volume below a cap set by state law.
Sept. 22, 2022
Gila River Resorts make NHL history with Coyotes
The Gila River Indian Community becomes the first Native American tribe to advertise on a National Hockey League jersey.
Sept. 22, 2022
Working for the railroad is like an abusive relationship, union leader says
The White House has brokered a deal to avoid a potential railroad strike, but approval from unions is still pending. Meanwhile, Greg Hynes of SMART still hopes labor unions and railroad workers can reach an agreement without government intervention.
Sept. 22, 2022
AI can help people write their wills
A team at the University of Arizona hopes people can skip the lawyer's office and write their wills with artificial intelligence.
Sept. 22, 2022
Phoenix awards $750K to Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation for education
The Phoenix City Council approved $750,000 for Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation to support an education initiative.
Sept. 22, 2022
Who might the potential buyers be for the Phoenix Suns, Mercury?
Following a league suspension, Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver announced Sept. 21 that he is selling both franchises. To talk about what the future of the Suns and Mercury could look like, The Show spoke with Brad Cesmat of
Sept. 22, 2022
Phoenix churches to provide emergency shelters for people experiencing homelessness
The Phoenix City Council unanimously approved a contract worth $931,000 for churches to provide shelters for people experiencing homelessness. Funding will come from Phoenix’s allocation of the federal American Rescue Plan Act and will go to Lutheran Social Services.
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Sept. 22, 2022
Tonto Forest waiving day use fees for Public Lands Day
Arizona has millions of acres of public land that residents can use for outdoor recreation. On Saturday, parks, monuments and forests around the country will celebrate that legacy.
Sept. 21, 2022
How Agritopia is engineered to fight suburban loneliness
Agritopia is an experimental community designed to encourage agrarianism and good old-fashioned neighborliness. Joe Johnston came up with the idea more than 20 years ago and built it on his family’s farmland where he grew up.
Sept. 21, 2022
Sarver says he plans to sell Suns, Mercury
Robert Sarver, the embattled owner of the Phoenix Suns and Mercury, announced Wednesday that he’s looking for someone to buy the teams.
Sept. 21, 2022
Phoenix has $22M left for emergency rental assistance
The city of Phoenix received more than $140 million for Emergency Rental Assistance to help people who experienced hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. They still have $22 million left in their budget that needs to be used ahead of a Dec. 29 deadline.
Sept. 20, 2022
Group home shooting shows cracks in foster care system
A shooting at an independent-living facility for teens in foster care has raised questions over the protocols in place. And ABC15 reporter Nicole Grigg has found that the system is failing.
Sept. 20, 2022
Nikola CEO testifies companys founder misstated facts
Nikola Corp.’s top executive testified at the trial of the truckmaker’s founder on Monday, saying he repeatedly tried without success to rein in a man prone to exaggeration and misstating facts while trying to elevate his company's share price with promises he couldn't keep.
Sept. 20, 2022
Peoria has a new plan to expand market for local artists and makers
The Peoria City Council recently adopted a new arts and culture plan. It was crafted in part with input from more than 800 survey responses from town residents and businesses.
Sept. 20, 2022
How a retired Phoenix police officer supports ‘angels on patrol’
A retired police lieutenant hopes to expand a nonprofit she started while working in Phoenix.
Sept. 19, 2022