This year’s Arizona State Fair will be moving away from the fairgrounds in Phoenix to a temporary new location at Wild Horse Pass near Chandler. Authorities said dates are being finalized, but the fair usually is held in October.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has asked a federal judge to rule that Arizona can keep it's share of $4.7 billion from the federal government's American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, while ignoring a specific provision — and use the money for tax breaks.
This week, state officials in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, announced that Amazon is set to open a distribution center in the state capital, making it one of five Mexican states where the e-commerce giant has set up shop.
The Arizona Diamondbacks started selling tickets for regular season home games on the same day Gov. Doug Ducey lifted pandemic rules that limit stadium capacity. Ducey’s order came just before reporters got an early peek at the team’s setup for keeping fans safe in 2021.
Former Maricopa County Assessor Paul Peterson was sentenced last week to five additional years in prison, on forgery and fraud charges. Those charges are in connection with an illegal adoption scheme, in which pregnant women from the Marshall Islands were paid to come to the U.S. to give birth; those children were then put up for adoption. Residents there can travel freely to the U.S. under most circumstances, but specifically not for the purposes of adoption.
Receiving a MacArthur Foundation Genius grant immediately puts the recipient on a new creative track, with opportunities to expand upon previous ideas or utilize the support to innovate.
Lauren Redniss was given her grant in 2016 and has gone on to write several books — including her most recent one, "Oak Flat: A Fight for Sacred Land in the American West."
The pandemic has affected, upended, challenged and in some cases, ended businesses in all parts of the economy. But restaurants were often in a particularly difficult spot — generally allowed to be open, but having to change a lot of what they do to accommodate takeout and delivery. So how has the Valley’s dining scene weathered the past year or so?
Pima County officials are pushing back after Gov. Ducey denied an offer from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to set up a new vaccination site in southern Arizona. To explain this battle for vaccines, The Show spoke with Matt Heinz, a Democrat on the Pima County Board of Supervisors and an ER doctor.
It’s an overcast Saturday at the Talking Stick Resort Arena as cars pull up to volunteers wearing masks and orange vests. They open their trunks and load them up with boxes of food, as rock music blares from a speaker.
It’s a food drive for people who work in the live-event industry — or at least people who used to.
Some University of Phoenix students will receive money as part of a 2019 settlement over deceptive advertising. The Federal Trade Commission announced Wednesday that it will send almost $50 million to more than 147,500 students.
The home delivery market in the U.S. is estimated to be in the neighborhood of $30 billion, and drones have started to be a component of that. But according to new research, they’re being held back, in part, because of a lack of clarity over state and federal roles over drones and the management of airspace.
Intel CEO Patrick Gelsinger announced a $20 billion investment the chip maker will commit in Chandler. The Show spoke with Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke for more about the impact this investment will have for his community.
An Arizona Senate Committee unanimously approved setting aside $10 million for "last dollar" scholarships. These are designed to help high school graduates who are just a few dollars shy of a college education.
NextEra Energy Resources is planning to build a renewable energy farm in Coconino County. The Babbitt Ranch Energy Center northwest of Flagstaff would have 61 turbines, up to 600 acres of solar panels and a battery storage facility.