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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
ASU sign
During a two-week trip to Ethiopia, several Arizona State University students will tackle the issue of plastic pollution affecting the country’s Simien Mountains National Park. A partnership with the Addis Ababa Institute of Technology assists students with building and fabricating machinery in order to recycle.
May. 4, 2024
Construction improvement projects taking place in the city of Chandler will make updates and adjustments in the area. During this time, the construction will still allow visitor activity to continue.
May. 4, 2024
Old red vehicle with flags
Longtime Valley journalist Peter Corbett wrote about Jerome’s 125th anniversary for True West magazine, and joined The Show to talk more about it.
Apr. 25, 2024
The North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Screenings of the new film focused on Grand Canyon National Park’s tribal communities are scheduled for Wednesday at the Grand Canyon National Park Visitor Center.
Apr. 23, 2024
River and trees
The 209-acre state park was originally privately owned and operated as a guest ranch with horse riding and boarding facilities. The state acquired Rockin’ River Ranch in 2008, and master planning happened in 2017 and early in 2018.
Apr. 12, 2024
The front of a baseball field with a large sign spelling out Peoria Sports Complex
This year, the Arizona Cactus League drew its largest number of fans since 2019, the last season before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apr. 11, 2024
A new attraction is coming to Arizona’s billion-dollar astro-tourism industry. Its backers hope it can bring the Valley into the space age and also breathe new life to an aging town.
Apr. 11, 2024
Sam Fox
Jeff Green, a partner in Hoffman Strategy Group, joined The Show to talk about high-end restaurants from celebrity chefs like Giada De Laurentiis that have recently opened in the Valley.
Apr. 11, 2024
Cardiac Canyon stretches for 2.5 miles and is part of Antelope Canyon near Page.
“Bad Indian: Hiding in Antelope Canyon” premiered at the Phoenix Film Festival and tells the story of Hastiin Tadidinii — whose name translates to "Corn Pollen Man" and who avoided the Long Walk forced on the Navajos starting in 1863.
Apr. 10, 2024
Clare House
Arts and culture center HD South, home of the Gilbert Historical Museum, is trying to preserve a more than 100-year-old home known as the Clare House.
Apr. 6, 2024
Arizona-shaped Final Four logo on basketball court
Thousands of basketball fans have descended on Glendale for the men’s Final Four, providing the latest opportunity for residents to operate their homes as short-term rentals. Last year, the city passed a new rule requiring permits for these rentals. That won’t be an enforcement priority this weekend.
Apr. 5, 2024
The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is not the only “Final Four” in town. Phoenix has created a competition with a twist after Mayor Kate Gallego pitched to the Arizona Restaurant Association.
Apr. 5, 2024
With Glendale preparing to host the men’s Final Four next weekend, the NCAA partnered with a local artist to create decorative basketball hoops that will be on display at opposite ends of the Valley.
Mar. 29, 2024
Window Rock Navajo Tribal Park
Rodeo is a world-renowned sport and way of life on the Navajo Nation. Recently, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, or PRCA, announced that it will soon return to the Nation’s capital in Window Rock.
Mar. 24, 2024
Mill Avenue downtown Tempe signpost map
Tempe city officials recently approved a $4.4 million contract to give historic Mill Avenue a face-lift. The upgrades are part of the Refresh Tempe initiative.
Mar. 22, 2024
Those attending Luke Days must pre-register, and identification is required for entry. The Air Force Thunderbirds will headline the event.
Mar. 22, 2024
Light rail train in downtown Phoenix
Basketball fans can download the Valley Metro app to get a complimentary pass for up to four people to use for Final Four events April 5 through 8.
Mar. 20, 2024
Basketball with Final Four logo
Located outside of the Phoenix Convention Center in downtown Phoenix, the 16-foot tall, 25-foot wide 3D bracket is expected to become a fan-favorite picture spot.
Mar. 19, 2024
Desert View Watchtower overlooking the Grand Canyon's South Rim.
The return of the Grand Canyon National Park’s cultural demonstration program, which highlights artisans from the 11 culturally associated tribes, marks a decade since the program began.
Mar. 19, 2024

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