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Scottsdale denies request to extend water deliveries in Rio Verde Foothills
With less than two weeks until taps go dry for some homes in Rio Verde Foothills, the city of Scottsdale has denied a request to extend delivery services to the unincorporated community.
Dec. 20, 2022
Mat Ishbia agrees to buy Suns, Mercury for $4 billion
Mortgage executive Mat Ishbia has agreed in principle to buy a majority stake of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury from the embattled owner Robert Sarver for $4 billion, the sides announced Tuesday.
Dec. 20, 2022
Christmas light display has taken over this Phoenix mans yard
The Show met up with Carl Jimenez at his north Phoenix home. Jimenez runs light displays for the Fourth of July, Halloween and other holidays, in addition to Christmas. His holiday display takes up pretty much his entire driveway, front yard and one of his side yards.
Dec. 20, 2022
Phoenix official praises new approach in clean-ups of The Zone
The city of Phoenix has resumed its clean-up of "The Zone" homeless encampment, now with new protocols.
Dec. 20, 2022
Choosing the right Arizona firewood matters. Heres why
Not all wood is created equal. That's the first thing you'll learn when you pull into Berry Bros Firewood Co., a small industrial space just off 53rd and Washington streets in Phoenix.
Dec. 20, 2022
What your holiday gift giving says about you
Finding just the right present can be really stressful. And it turns out, we might not be that good at finding just the right thing for someone else, anyway.
Dec. 20, 2022
CA utility regulators approve changes to rooftop solar
California utility regulators have approved major changes to the state’s rooftop solar market. The move could have far-reaching implications for the industry as a whole.
Dec. 19, 2022
Watch the new PHX Sky Train route to Sky Harbor’s Rental Car Center, opening today
The $745 million dollar project extends the existing Sky Train 2.5 miles to the Rental Car Center at 18th Street and Buckeye Road. Trains will depart every three to five minutes, 24 hours a day.
Dec. 19, 2022
A week before Christmas, the Valley is experiencing a shortage of Santas
There is currently a shortage of Santas in the Valley. And the reasons go beyond the fact that he’s busy overseeing toy-making and list-checking at the North Pole.
Dec. 19, 2022
BBC Look-Ahead: Argentina beats France in World Cup final
The World Cup wrapped up Dec. 18 with Argentina beating France in penalty kicks in a match that many are calling the greatest finals ever played, with many calling it a classic.
Dec. 19, 2022
ACLU attorney calls changes to Phoenixs handling of The Zone homeless encampment a good start
“The Zone" has become a flashpoint in the debate over how the city of Phoenix should handle its unsheltered population.
Dec. 19, 2022
More Phoenix officers to get non-lethal force equipment
More Phoenix police officers will be getting non-lethal weapons after the City Council approved $700,000 to expand a pilot program.
Dec. 19, 2022
Sky Harbor welcomes fully autonomous vehicles
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport says it’s the first airport in the world to offer fully autonomous vehicle rides.
More Arizona business news
Dec. 16, 2022
Arizonas construction industry continued to add jobs in November
Although interest rates are driving up the cost of mortgages, a new report shows Arizona's construction industry continued to add jobs in November. The industry added 800 new workers, which is higher than the average for the last decade.
Dec. 16, 2022
AZ sees slight uptick in November unemployment, continues to add jobs
Arizona’s unemployment rate continued to rise in November, registering a slight increase to 4.1%. That is up 0.2% from October. Despite the increase, Arizona added more than 26,000 jobs in the private sector last month alone and more than 100,000 this year.
Dec. 15, 2022
The pandemic showed how broken the childcare system is
The "tripledemic" is taking its toll on workplaces and childcare centers alike. And that's creating some major frustrations for American parents who lack paid sick leave.
Dec. 15, 2022
Walmart drone delivery available for some AZ customers
Walmart is now offering drone delivery for select customers in Arizona. The option is available to customers who live within a mile of four stores — two in Glendale and two in Peoria.
Dec. 15, 2022
How one shop is jumping on the cricket flour trend
Tucson Coffee Cricket opened a few months ago, and the "cricket" in the name is one you should take literally. The coffee stand in Tucson is offering a unique twist on baked goods: baking them with crickets.
Dec. 15, 2022
Uber unveiled new safety features for drivers. Here are the main takeaways
Uber earlier this year unveiled some new safety features. To discuss these changes and what they’ll mean for Uber and its customers, The Show spoke with Sergio Avedian, senior contributor for the blog the Rideshare Guy.
Dec. 15, 2022
Phoenix to convert bus fleet to zero emissions by 2040
The Phoenix City Council unanimously approved a plan to transition the city’s bus fleet to zero-emission models by 2040.
Dec. 15, 2022

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