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Phoenix leaders will soon be asked to budget more money to lock down more alleys. If the council approves the $750,000 request, the money would come from Neighborhood Block Watch grants and cover 145 more alley segments for the fiscal year that ends July 2024.
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Nov. 9, 2023
Downtown Phoenix
The Show spoke with Ryan Bartos, senior managing director of JLL in Phoenix, about the supply of office space compared to demand.
Nov. 9, 2023
A new study commissioned by Downtown Phoenix Inc. puts the value of economic output in the area during 2022 at $21.2 billion.
Nov. 8, 2023
Airbnb bedroom
The lingering effects of the pandemic and how it changed the way we think about sleep health may have given rise to a new trend: sleep tourism. It’s about getting a good rest and picking up better sleep habits on vacation.
Nov. 8, 2023
Arizona’s largest pickleball facility is being planned on an 11-acre site at the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Nov. 7, 2023
Top half of a wooden tiny home
The housing market has been a seller’s game for a while now. But in metro Phoenix, it's been cooling off, according to Tina Tamboer, a senior housing analyst with the Cromford Report.
Nov. 7, 2023
Old MacAlpine's diner.
KJZZ contributor Robrt Pela spoke with her about MacAlpine’s history and why it’s so hard to keep a diner open these days.
Nov. 7, 2023
24th Street Water Treatment Plant in Phoenix
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality released its roadmap to provide standards for treating sewage water to directly turn it into drinking water.
Nov. 6, 2023
Movies in DVD cases on a shelf used as decoration
The Show sat down with Arizona State University film professor Kevin Sandler and asked him first about his reaction to Best Buy’s announcement and the impending death of DVDs.
Nov. 6, 2023
eviction notice
The record comes as the county continues to be one of the fastest growing regions in the nation. Landlords filed 7,948 complaints in October 2023, about 50 more than the previous record, set in September 2005.
Nov. 3, 2023
Yuma border wall gaps filled with shipping containers
Former Gov. Doug Ducey's administration spent some $200 million in state funds putting up and taking down container walls — after a court ruled their placement was illegal and protesters shut down construction.
Nov. 3, 2023
Some Phoenix leaders are pushing for more security along the city’s light rail line. Valley Metro is responsible for light rail operations and uses private security to enforce code of conduct and inspect fares.
Nov. 2, 2023
gavel in a courtroom
A new indictment charges the operator of four so-called sober living homes in Phoenix with crimes related to patient brokering. It alleges he offered to provide patients to an AHCCCS funded facility and instead housed them in four unlicensed sober living homes throughout the Valley.
Nov. 2, 2023
Phoenix leaders held a ceremony Thursday to kick off renovations for the future police headquarters at the former Wells Fargo tower Central Avenue and Washington Street. The first employees are expected to move in during summer 2024.
Nov. 2, 2023
Phoenix pollution
Residents in Maricopa and Pinal counties can take a survey about environmental challenges and where they get their information as part of the Maricopa Association of Governments' regional plan to reduce climate pollution.
Oct. 31, 2023
Three people in Diamondbacks gear walk down the street
Downtown Phoenix bars and restaurants expect to generate major league cash this week.
Oct. 31, 2023
A Cruise driverless taxi operating in San Francisco
Andrew Hawkins, transportation editor at The Verge, talks with The Show about what Cruise suspended operations nationwide could mean for the autonomous vehicle industry.
Oct. 30, 2023
A federal judge in Arizona on Monday gave a Florida man 2-and-a-half years in prison for conspiring to commit computer fraud and steal cryptocurrency.
Oct. 27, 2023
Gas pump
Prices cool as refinery problems and heat come to an end.
Oct. 27, 2023
Kids teens using social media apps on smartphones
The Show spoke with Brad Snyder, host of the Talking About Kids podcast, about his research into young people's mental health and the current lawsuit against Meta.
Oct. 26, 2023

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