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  • Chino Bandido opening new Phoenix location on Thursday

    An acclaimed Chinese-Mexican-Jamaican fusion spot will complete its move to its new Phoenix location on Thursday.
  • Arizona’s economy stands to benefit from Suns’ NBA Finals appearance

    Arizona is about to get a huge economic boost thanks to the Phoenix Suns making it to the NBA Finals, according to two Valley economists.
  • Fountain Hills gets $2.5M from state for Dark Sky Discovery Center

    The International Dark Sky Discovery Center received $2.5 million from the recently approved state budget for its new science facility in Fountain Hills.
  • Valley Metro launches new transit app with real time rides and navigation

    Valley Metro launched a new app that allows passenger to track buses and light rail services in real time, officials said in a release Tuesday.
  • Medical device company to move headquarters to SkySong in Scottsdale

    A medical device maker based on the East Coast plans to relocate its headquarters to Scottsdale, company officials said.
  • Rate of electric car ownership relatively high in Arizona

    For a mostly red state, Arizona has a lot of blue-state company when it comes to states ranked by electric vehicle ownership, according to recent government data.
  • Southwest, American delays hint at hard summer for travelers

    This summer is already shaping up to be a difficult one for air travelers. Southwest Airlines customers have struggled with thousands of delays and hundreds of canceled flights in the past three weeks because of computer problems, staffing shortages and bad weather. American Airlines is also grappling with a surge in delays, and it has […]
  • Tribe becomes key water player with drought aid to Arizona

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — For thousands of years, an Arizona tribe relied on the Colorado River’s natural flooding patterns to farm. Later, it hand-dug ditches and canals to route water to fields. Now, gravity sends the river water from the north end of the Colorado River Indian Tribes reservation through 19th century canals to sustain […]
  • Arizona reports 50 new COVID-19 cases, no additional deaths Monday

    Arizona public health officials on Monday reported 50 new COVID-19 cases and no additional deaths from the virus.
  • Pima County vaccination push phasing out use of large sites

    Pima County is phasing out mass vaccination sites as health officials increasingly focus on permanent health care facilities such as pharmacies, doctors' offices and clinics to vaccinate the remainder of the Tucson area's population.
  • Goodyear Recreation Campus set to open Saturday

    The Goodyear Recreation Campus is scheduled to open Saturday, with a range of indoor and outdoor amenities available, officials announced.
  • Luxurious Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Paradise Valley gets new owner

    The Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 40-acre property at Scottsdale and Indian Bend roads in Paradise Valley, changed hands in a deal that closed this week.
  • Banner Health launches helicopter air ambulance service in Phoenix

    Banner Health on Thursday will launch a helicopter air ambulance service to improve access to critical care for rural communities.
  • Phoenix Children’s breaks ground on campus in Avondale

    Phoenix Children's broke ground Wednesday on its freestanding emergency department and multi-specialty clinic in Avondale.
  • Senate Republicans vote to shield Arizona business owners from tax hike

    Arizona Senate Republicans voted Tuesday to further shield some of the state's wealthiest taxpayers from a tax increase approved by voters last year to boost education funding.
  • Cow manure from West Valley dairy will be turned into natural gas

    A sustainable energy company is setting up operations at a West Valley dairy to convert cow manure into a fuel source.
  • Arizona utility to provide teachers with $500 grants for class supplies

    Teachers in Arizona have a chance to boost the resources for their classrooms when they apply for a grant distributed by the state’s largest utility company.
  • My Sister’s Closet set to open location at Biltmore Fashion Park

    Clothing store chain My Sister's Closet announced Monday that it will open its newest location next month at Biltmore Fashion Park in Phoenix.
  • Gilbert adds new rideshare passenger loading zones to Heritage District

    The town of Gilbert on Monday opened five new rideshare passenger loading zones in the Heritage District downtown.
  • Spirit Airlines to offer nonstop service between Phoenix, Milwaukee

    Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines has announced the addition of a nonstop daily route between Phoenix and the beer-rich city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.