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PHOENIX - At first glance, a truck tire seems out of place among the monuments and tributes near the Arizona State Capitol.
It’s No. 135 on the 2012 Fortune 500 list of America’s largest corporations, and it’s entering the new year with a host of jobs open throughout its home state of Arizona.
At first glance, a truck tire seems out of place among the monuments and tributes near the Arizona Capitol. But it isn’t just any truck tire. This one is as tall as Phoenix Suns star Amaré Stoudemire — standing on Steve Nash’s shoulders. It’s next to a shovel scoop that could hold a monster truck.
Looking to ring in the new year with a new job?
Mesa voters have approved a $70 million bond for the city to make a myriad of improvements, according to unofficial results
No plan for dealing with water scarcity in Arizona holds much hope of success without some contribution from nuclear desalination. The enormity of the water problem is becoming more obvious, and conservation alone is insufficient to meet our needs. The time for political correctness in water management is in the past.
In a commentary recently, U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Donohue reminds readers that unnecessary delays in permitting projects are absolute job killers.
With crude oil prices hitting $70 a barrel Monday, a Gilbert-based alternative energy company said it will bet $5 million on a new technology that may efficiently convert coal into cleanburning synthetic gas and liquid fuels.
May 31, 2004
Colby Snead’s favorite animal he likes to draw is a turtle.
For years, Debbie Spink was a Harley-Davidson enthusiast by proxy. The bike belonged to her husband. She was the passenger. Wrapped around his torso like a human backpack, she played Kelly McGillis to his Tom Cruise. And she was content. Then, something snapped.
Here’s a Trivial Pursuit challenge.
More than 1 million acres of government-owned land surrounding the Grand Canyon is off-limits to new mining claims until Dec. 20.
It’s almost time to design a T-shirt for autism research and dine at a Culver’s restaurant in the East Valley.
North Scottsdale golf courses are pushing for more than $20 million in upgrades to get cleaner irrigation water, before golfers start seeking greener pastures.
NEW YORK - Ink has been used for millennia to convey ideas, but it may be about to convey something new: Electricity.
A provision of one of the budget bills Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law could be good news for developers - if not immediately, then soon.
GUINSAUGON, Philippines - High-tech gear detected "signs of life" Monday at the site of an elementary school buried under mud that swept down a hillside soaked by rain in the eastern Philippines, the provincial governor said.
PARKLAND, Fla. - At the height of the U.S. housing boom, when building materials were in short supply, American construction companies used millions of pounds of Chinese-made drywall because it was abundant and cheap.