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downtown phoenix light rail
Phoenix City Councilwoman Laura Pastor is upset over her colleagues’ moves to name a new downtown transit center after a former mayor and current congressman.
May. 16, 2024
19th Avenue light rail line
Five years after rejecting a plan to extend light rail into west Phoenix, the city is changing direction.
May. 15, 2024
Attorney General Kris Mayes has filed two lawsuits against Amazon. The suits accuse the retail giant of engaging in deceptive and exclusionary practices to keep its grip on the market tight.
May. 15, 2024
Man in a small excavator collecting bulk trash
Customers can schedule four collections per year for things that are too big for regular garbage containers, including furniture, appliances and tree and shrub clippings.
May. 14, 2024
sprinklers
Scottsdale is offering money to residents and businesses to remove grass, pools and spas.
May. 14, 2024
An apartment complex under construction in north Phoenix
Reid Butler, the owner of Butler Housing Company and past chair of the Arizona Multihousing Association, joined The Show to talk about an adaptive reuse law that could help put a dent in the state’s housing crisis
May. 14, 2024
A Cruise driverless taxi operating in San Francisco
Testing will start in Phoenix and gradually expand to Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler and Paradise Valley, the company said. The vehicles will operate in autonomous mode, but the human drivers will be ready to take over if needed.
May. 13, 2024
Pipeline maintenance has allowed Arizona to delay when it will switch to the more expensive summer blend gas by two weeks. That blend will start in mid-June.
May. 10, 2024
Burton Barr Central Library
A summer reading program designed by the Maricopa County Library District is being used by 65 public, tribal and military base libraries across the Valley.
May. 9, 2024
$100 bills
The Greater Phoenix Economic Council is asking Phoenix for $823,701 to support its services in the 2024-25 fiscal year.
May. 8, 2024
Multicolor tiles on walls
Nearly 50 projects are on a public art list in Phoenix that would cost more than $25 million over the next five years. Some of the money will come from voter-approved bonds and a grant, but most projects will be funded by an ordinance the City Council adopted in 1986.
May. 8, 2024
Aerial shot of downtown Phoenix, Arizona
Eliza Collins, a national political reporter for the Wall Street Journal based in Phoenix, reports that booming economy isn't making voters here feel any better about the trajectory of the state.
May. 8, 2024
A view of some seats and screens at Sky Harbor Airport in Terminal 4. Some people can be seen sitting or walking around.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport plans to build a new terminal on the airport’s west side, close to where former Terminals 1 and 2 were located before being demolished.
May. 7, 2024
office workers
The FTC recently voted to eliminate noncompete agreements from employee contracts. When they were enforced, a worker couldn’t switch to a competitor or start a similar business for a certain period of time.
May. 7, 2024
Welcome to Scottsdale marker sign
The Scottsdale City Council unanimously voted to adopt three proposed ordinances to help regulate short-term rentals. The new code takes aim at nuisance parties, defines unlawful promotion and bans minors from renting.
May. 7, 2024
President Donald Trump
The media company dismissed BF Borgers as its independent public accounting firm on Friday, according to a securities filing — which also notes that Trump Media engaged with Arizona-based accountant Semple, Marchal & Cooper as BF Borgers’ replacement.
May. 6, 2024
"DACA is not enough" sign
The move comes as the DACA program's future is uncertain while it undergoes a legal challenge, and the outcome of the November election is uncertain.
May. 3, 2024
Pregnancy test says not pregnant
Under the deal, Aetna will make coverage of artificial insemination standard for all customers across the U.S., and work to ensure that patients have equal access to more expensive in-vitro fertilization procedures.
May. 3, 2024
Three people in full/body white suits and blue surgical gloves work in a factory or laboratory-type setting.
The government is spending billions to support semiconductor manufacturing in the U.S. But trainees seeking chipmaking jobs may have to wait.
May. 3, 2024
Skier goes down hill
The Snowbowl ski resort in northern Arizona is extending its season after getting more than 30 inches of new snowfall last week.
May. 3, 2024

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