Dr. Omar Gonzalez, epidemiologist for Dignity Health, urges Arizonans not to become complacent about receiving the COVID-19 vaccination because caseloads are declining.
Mesa Community College extended Black History Month into a year-long observance, Black History 2021—A Year of Recognition, to honor Black people past and present.
Funeral homes, Like Bueler Mortuary in downtown Chandler, are the exception to the trend of small businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At Passover, Jews EAT a story, the great story at the center of our people: We were enslaved; now we are free.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods and several other Arizona Democrat mayors expressed contempt for Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order that loosened or ended COVID-19 public-safety measures.
The Arizona State Fair is temporarily moving to Wild Horse Pass on the Gila River Reservation for 2021, a larger venue than the state fairgrounds near downtown Phoenix, allowing more room for social distancing.
Valley law-enforcement agencies, including Chandler and Tempe police departments, are taking part in an April 3 job fair to combat declining numbers of officers.
Intel announced a historic $20 billion expansion at its Chandler Ocotillo Campus that will bring two new semiconductor manufacturing plants and 3,000 new jobs.
Kirk Smalley founded Stand for the Silent because, “We couldn’t live in a world ... where babies were taking their own lives because of the actions of others.”
Allied Universal is hiring 450 security personnel in Tempe on March 24.