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Owners of the company that caters the WM Phoenix Open and other big events say full-time employees are now earning shares in the enterprise. M Culinary Concepts has launched a plan to issue stock to workers that will grow in value over time.
Mar. 14, 2024
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Longtime Phoenix arts advocate Kimber Lanning joined The Show to talk more about iconic downtown gallery Modified Arts, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary show.
Mar. 13, 2024
Kris Mayes
Attorney General Kris Mayes said Monday that it’s illegal for businesses, like convenience stores and gas stations, to sell hemp-synthesized intoxicants without a license to do so.
Mar. 12, 2024
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Financial help is available for eligible Phoenix airport employees with young children.
Mar. 12, 2024
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Wyatt Myskow is the Southwest correspondent for Inside Climate News and told The Show more about what this new facility is all about and what will be happening there.
Mar. 12, 2024
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The event will include a competition where participants get five minutes to pitch their ideas. Winner will get up to $5,000 to support their venture. Booths and hands-on demonstrations will feature startups and prototypes.
Mar. 11, 2024
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SB 1613, approved by the Senate this week on a 16-14 party-line vote, extends current laws allowing citizen's arrests in felony theft cases, where the value is more than $2,000.
Mar. 8, 2024
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Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes joined 40 other attorneys general in a coalition that calls on tech giant Meta to overhaul its security practices for Facebook and Instagram to prevent user accounts from being taken over by scammers.
Mar. 8, 2024
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Contributing to the hike are higher oil prices, spring driving demand, and states making the switch to more expensive summer-blend fuel.
Mar. 7, 2024
The bill would require banks that want to do business with the state to certify they don’t discriminate against firearm entities. If this measure passes the Legislature, it would go to voters’ ballots in November.
Mar. 7, 2024
Lake Havasu City is a city in Mohave County, Arizona, United States.
Officials in Miami Beach, Florida, are looking to make some changes to spring break — including parking restrictions, curfews, bag searches and DUI checkpoints. Jason Castellucci says Lake Havasu City, a popular Arizona spring break destination, is not looking to go in the same direction.
Mar. 7, 2024
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Almost 22,000 animals come through the Arizona Humane Society’s doors every year. The majority of them go through its trauma hospital. But the organization’s previous locations weren’t designed with that function in mind.
Mar. 5, 2024
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The Arizona Legislature passed a ballot measure that would allow property owners to apply for property tax refunds if their local governments don't address illegal camping, panhandling or "public nuisances.”
Mar. 5, 2024
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When Arizona released its first-ever Extreme Heat Preparedness Plan last week, Hobbs sent a letter to members of Congress, saying Arizona hasn’t been getting its fair share of federal funding from the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Mar. 5, 2024
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More than half of parents recently surveyed by Cox Mobile said their children’s location sharing is turned on, making where they are publicly accessible across several mobile apps.
Mar. 5, 2024
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Gov. Katie Hobbs announced plans to use federal funds for COVID-19 to pay off medical debt for up to 1 million Arizonans by partnering with RIP Medical Debt, a nonprofit.
Mar. 4, 2024
A display of Navajo Mike's sauces and frybread mix at the Native Art Market in Old Town Scottsdale.
The USDA Foreign Agricultural Service recently announced a first-of-its-kind agribusiness trade mission to Vancouver, Canada, this summer. It’s aimed at spotlighting tribal products, and interest is mounting among agribusinesses in Arizona.
Mar. 1, 2024
Arizona Rep. Eli Crane in the House of Representatives.
On Thursday, an overwhelmingly bipartisan resolution passed the U.S. House to help benefit tribal entrepreneurs on reservations. And one of its co-sponsors came from Arizona's congressional delegation.
Feb. 29, 2024
Fans file into State Farm Stadium in Glendale on Sunday, Nov. 26, 2023 for a game against the Los Angeles Rams.
A labor union of professional football players has issued letter grades in a variety of categories to the Arizona Cardinals and other National Football League clubs. The Cardinals improved from a second-to-last overall ranking for the 2022 season.
Feb. 29, 2024
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Phoenix leaders want state lawmakers to rethink some actions that are putting the city in a financial bind.
Feb. 28, 2024


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