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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
construction worker on a roof
On Tuesday, Phoenix became the first city in Arizona to pass a prevailing-wage ordinance. A divided City Council approved setting wage standards for certain construction projects.
Jan. 9, 2024
Graduation mortar board cap on one hundred dollar bills concept for the cost of education
Arizonans have a new incentive to invest in 529 plans. These tax-advantaged savings plans previously could only be used for tuition and other qualified education costs. Now families can transfer unused funds from those plans into a Roth IRA account, with no tax penalty.
Jan. 9, 2024
Woman in red blazer and glasses standing in front of U.S. Capitol building
The Show spoke with Winslow Mayor Roberta Canó about how significant she thinks the I-40 TradePort Corridor will be her for community.
Jan. 8, 2024
lucid air
The Phoenix-based regional director of the National Labor Relations Board is accusing an electric-luxury-sports-car maker in Casa Grande of anti-union activities. A spokesperson for Lucid USA says they are confident that there is no factual basis for the complaint.
Jan. 5, 2024
Machine makes microchips
The funding comes as a part of CHIPS and Sciences Act, expanding semiconductor manufacturing investments in the United States.
Jan. 4, 2024
Pumping gas in a truck
Arizona didn’t see much of a spike in gas prices over the holidays. But drivers in Maricopa County are paying about $3.40 for a gallon of regular gas right now. That’s about 30 cents above the national average, according to AAA.
Jan. 4, 2024
Supplies for a jean repair.
The Show spoke with Julie Hampton about her 2023 resolution to not buy a single new item of clothing.
Jan. 4, 2024
Tasha Miller Griffith
The Show continues its series Made in Arizona with Tasha Miller Griffith, a textile artisan who mends clothes in Flagstaff.
Jan. 4, 2024
scam call illustration
The Show spoke with Brian Watson, community outreach specialist for the nonprofit ROSE — Resources/Outreach to Safeguard the Elderly — about financial fraud targeting senior citizens.
Jan. 4, 2024
The seven very tall silos next to the Hayden Flour Mill are in the foreground of this picture. The mill itself is seen in the background. Another, mostly glass, building is seen behind that. There is a clear blue sky.
The development project calls for the Hayden Flour Mill silos and building new restaurants and shops, a public park, restoration of the mill and its silos, and an improved trailhead to the A Mountain.
Jan. 3, 2024
The Lukeville Port of Entry is re-opening Thursday after being closed in early December. Arizona politicians called for more federal government support, and aids groups say they continue to be overwhelmed with the number of asylum seekers.
Jan. 3, 2024

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