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  • Chef: Arizona made itself a great restaurant state

    Arizona is getting more national and international recognition for its restaurants, but its not because we are just known for having great eateries.
  • Experts: Immigration, infrastructure keys to economic growth

    While disagreements remain over the need for Arizona's anti-immigration law known as SB1070, most people agree that the worldwide publicity did little to boost our state's image.
  • College educating future Arizona winemakers

    Arizona's wine industry is well on the rise and one Arizona school is dedicated to educating the vintners of tomorrow.
  • Specialized Maricopa college focused on worker training

    Most current college students know they're entering a job market full of jobs that require a bachelor's degree.
  • Arizona education getting students ready for high-tech jobs

    New industries are looking toward Arizona as a future technology hub of the country and they want a workforce that is prepared to meet their demands.
  • Official: Arizona to lead nation in restaurant jobs

    Arizona will soon be leading the nation in restaurant job growth, an official said.
  • Valley economist: ‘Can’t blame economy’ for increase in food assistance program

    The economy is on the rebound and the unemployment rate has decreased, so why are there more people on food stamps than ever before?
  • Arizona leaders working to attract foreign companies

    State leaders are continuing to grow and strengthen Arizona's international presence in hopes of becoming a global trading powerhouse.
  • Flake: Immigration bill has to leave room for commerce

    PHOENIX — As the federal government debates an immigration bill, one Arizona senator is reminding everyone that it must leave room for commerce. “As part of immigration reform, you have to make sure you have a secure border in terms of illegal crossings, but you have a border that’s open for business,” Sen. Jeff Flake […]
  • CEO: Arizona has potential to be next Seattle when it comes to tech

    Seattle is world-renowned for its technological industry, but one Valley CEO said Arizona is not far from following in its footsteps.