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PHOENIX -- Nearly three out of every four jobs expected to be created in Arizona this year and next will require a high school diploma.
A new tech company in Mesa plans to hire 50 employees by the middle of next month.
A combination of an overwhelming response of public donations and restrictive quarantines that limit citrus distribution to within the state of Arizona, St. Mary’s Food Bank will cease accepting donations of backyard citrus for the balance of the 2015 winter growing season.
A well-working sprinkler/drip system is important anywhere, but in Arizona’s desert climate, it’s almost a necessity. D&L Sprinkler Service offers some tips that can save water and money.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Major league players are against many of the radical changes introduced during the Arizona Fall League to speed up games.
I lament often about missed opportunities for movies with the dreaded “based on a true story” sticker slapped on them. Rarely does the cinematic version do justice to the real story, turning people into heroes or hideous men and women and reality into a cartoon.
NEW YORK (AP) — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is spending $1 billion to make changes to how it pays and trains hourly workers as the embattled retailer tries to reshape the image that its stores offer dead-end jobs.
School districts across the East Valley say legislation currently in the state House that would push back the start of the school year could prove detrimental to their students and staff.
PHOENIX -- Rejecting claims it's none of their business, a House panel voted Wednesday to block public and charter schools from starting classes each year before Labor Day.
PHOENIX -- Claiming it is way too hot in August, a state legislator wants to block public and charter schools from opening their doors each year until at least Labor Day, no matter what local voters want.
The spring 2015 arts events season at Arizona State University’s West campus will feature concerts, films, visual art installations and more.
Marcus Mariota should give the Heisman to Ezekiel Elliot! He sure didn’t play like he earned it! GO BUCKS, FIRST EVER PLAYOFF NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!”
“The Food Groups” explores consumer culture, race and labor issues as they relate to American food production and promotion. The installation will be on display at ASU’s West campus from Feb. 25 through March 26. [Submitted photo]
WASHINGTON – Without water from the Colorado River, Arizona’s gross state product would drop by more than $185 billion in a year and the state would lose more than 2 million jobs, a new report claims.