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wheelchair user
Scottsdale has its eyes on a growing travel market: people with disabilities.
Jan. 23, 2024
Woman standing behind barrel table in brewery
Experts say that for thousands of years, women were at the forefront of producing the world’s beer. In history’s eyes, brewing is only recently male-dominated. Now, an Arizona-based nonprofit has one goal: to help women reclaim their place.
More Arizona business news
Jan. 23, 2024
no camping
Republican lawmakers want to give Arizonans the chance to recoup some of their property tax payments if cities refuse to enforce laws related to homelessness and panhandling.
Jan. 22, 2024
Maliah Winey
The Show spoke with Gilbert 8th grader Maliah Winey, the Girl Scout's top cookie seller in Arizona in 2023 with 7,877 boxes sold. She's been in the program since kindergarten, and shared more about her milestone.
Jan. 22, 2024
Arizona Capitol
Arizona lawmakers are back at the Capitol Monday, and they’ll be debating a host of issues — including how to label lab-created meat, how to make up for electric vehicle drivers not paying gasoline taxes and how to stop bots from buying up concert tickets.
Jan. 22, 2024
Prices for different types of gas at a station
Gas prices are continuing to fall in Arizona, with the state average currently at $3.09. That’s a 38-cent drop from Dec. 1, according to AAA Arizona.
Jan. 18, 2024
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs at a press conference
With the 2024 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Final Four just under three months away, Arizonans are getting their first peek into the festivities that will be available during the four-day event.
Jan. 18, 2024
bowling
The U.S. Census Bureau has released new data on the pandemic’s impact on recreation and social activities.
Jan. 18, 2024
FanDeul Sportsbook at Footprint Center in Phoenix
State gaming officials say they’ll soon open a Feb. 16-March 4 window for additional tribes, pro sports teams and event venues to apply for a license to take bets on sporting events. Four of Arizona’s 20 sportsbook licenses are currently not in use.
Jan. 18, 2024
Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport
Two improvement projects are wrapping up at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway airport, including a brand new terminal and a convenient enclosed walkway.
Jan. 18, 2024
Sedona
The city of Sedona has been battling over housing costs, how to manage a population of workers who can no longer afford to live there, and now the fate of its tourism industry.
Jan. 18, 2024
Burly's Flags and Off-Road Products Quartzsite
The Show spoke with Leslie Hahner, a professor at Baylor University, where she studies the rhetoric of symbols and symbolism, about the role flags play in terms of people identifying who they are and what they stand for.
Jan. 17, 2024
Chevy Bolt at an Electrify America charging station
Mesa will be installing electric car chargers in eight new locations across the city. The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded Mesa more than $11 million for car charging stations.
Jan. 16, 2024
Welcome to Mesa Arizona sign
After two years, Mesa has ended its utility program linked to the American Rescue Plan Act.
Jan. 16, 2024
The staff at Skoden Coffee & Tea stand behind the counter at their new location in Phoenix.
One Diné entrepreneur’s budding urban business, once based in the capital of the Navajo Nation, has since moved to the Valley last month. Now, they’re nestled inside the Uptown Phoenix furniture and design store, For the People, located off North Central Avenue.
More news on tribal natural resources
Jan. 14, 2024
shipping containers
Nearly four years after the global supply chain was delinked due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the logistics industry is showing stability.
Jan. 14, 2024
Kris Mayes
Arizona’s attorney general says a DNA analysis company violated state law by not informing state officials of a data breach that affected millions of its customers.
Jan. 11, 2024
New data reveals the Valley’s inflation rate for last year was among the lowest in the country at 2.7%. Nationally, the rate was 3.4%.
Jan. 11, 2024
Burton Barr Central Library reopened in Phoenix Saturday, June 16. Last July, a pipe burst and flooded the building, causing it to close for nearly a year.
Phoenix Public Library will host its second annual scholarship expo for high school seniors on Feb. 1.
Jan. 10, 2024
Marijuana in a jar next to a cannabis joint on a countertop
The Show spoke with Eddie Celaya, a reporter with KGUN 9 in Tucson and host of the "Here Weed Go" podcast, about where the marijuana industry stands in Arizona as we start the new year and what else might be on the horizon
Jan. 10, 2024

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