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  • COVID-19 testing facility arrives at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport

    Officials on Monday unveiled an XpresCheck COVID-19 testing facility in Terminal 4 of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
  • Local First Arizona to launch online Shop Arizona Marketplace on Monday

    Local First Arizona announced the Shop Arizona Marketplace, an e-commerce website featuring products from local businesses, will launch on Monday.
  • Federal regulators, Arizona nuclear plant agree on resolution

    Federal regulators and the operator of an Arizona nuclear power plant have resolved apparent violations involving safe handling and storage of high-level radioactive waste.
  • Arizona COVID-19 dashboards stable, but changes could be coming

    COVID-19 is spreading at an alarming rate across Arizona, but not enough to affect how counties are classified in the state’s school and business dashboards. But the status quo might not last much longer.
  • Construction recruitment in Arizona fills demands for jobs, new housing

    One Arizona company is connecting construction companies with new apprentices and giving people an opportunity to switch career paths.
  • Frontier Airlines adds nonstops from Phoenix to 3 California cities

    Low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines has added three nonstop routes from Phoenix to California cities starting in February.
  • Ex-engineer in Tucson gets prison for exporting technology

    A former Raytheon engineer in Arizona has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for exporting sensitive military-related technology to China.
  • Arizona liquor board halts to-go alcohol sales without proper licenses

    The Arizona Department of Liquor will allow law officials to enforce improper liquor sales if an establishment does not have the right licenses.
  • Mayor Gallego cites Phoenix’s strength, calls for masks in state of city address

    Mayor Kate Gallego highlighted Phoenix’s resilience in the face of the COVID-19 and called for more action from the governor during a mostly optimistic state of the city address.
  • Valley nonprofit hopes to help veterans become certified welders

    A Valley nonprofit has launched a fundraising campaign that will help veterans with limited financial opportunity enter the workforce by establishing a career in welding.
  • ‘More people may die’: Biden urges Trump to aid transition

    WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — President-elect Joe Biden on Monday warned of dire consequences if President Donald Trump and his administration continue to refuse to coordinate with his transition team on the coronavirus pandemic and block briefings on national security, policy issues and vaccine plans. The remarks marked Biden’s toughest comments to date on Trump’s failure […]
  • Asian shares rise buoyed by news on coronavirus vaccine

    TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares rose Tuesday, after the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a record high on optimism that a vaccine may soon control the coronavirus and the economic destruction it’s caused. Moderna said its COVID-19 vaccine appears to be 94.5% effective, according to preliminary data. It’s the second time this month that a […]
  • Peoria temporarily relaxes outdoor patio restrictions amid coronavirus

    The city of Peoria will allow restaurants and bars to expand outdoor seating patios in an effort to help local establishments amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Marquee Theatre in Tempe to partially reopen in December

    After closing in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Marquee Theatre in Tempe is set to partially reopen in December.
  • Construction of proposed $3.3B Arizona gasoline plant called off

    Construction of a proposed gasoline plant in Casa Grande that would have generated more than 2,000 jobs has been halted after the company reprioritized its projects.
  • With more automated jobs, workers need AI skills, Arizona experts say

    As the coronavirus pandemic pushes more jobs to become automated, workers need to gain skills to program and run artificial intelligence, Arizona experts say.
  • Tucson International Airport begins $300 million safety upgrade project

    A $300 million project at Tucson International Airport is expected to usher in a “new era of safety” once completed, officials said.
  • 1 metric keeping Arizona businesses, schools clear in COVID benchmarks

    One metric is keeping Arizona businesses from being forced to close despite a surge in coronavirus cases and ensuring that recommendations for schools don't revert to virtual-only.
  • Tempe-based online auto seller Carvana hiring 285 for full-time jobs

    Tempe-based online car seller Carvana is hiring nearly 300 full-time workers who will be based at home for now.
  • Phoenix Zoo to host Cruise the ZooLights 2 times this week

    The Phoenix Zoo is combining its socially-distanced Cruise the Zoo event with its annual holiday festivities twice this week.