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8 min ago | KTAR
The glass ceiling arguably has yet to be shattered, but Phoenix Business Journal's new list of the top 10 women-owned businesses in Phoenix showcases a group of females who are working hard to break past the barrier. The Business Journal's list is ranked according to local gross revenue in 2013 and below are the results, with quite a jump from those at the bottom to those at the top.
4 hrs ago | ABC15.com
Arizona college students are putting their friendly rivalries aside and collaborating in amazing effort to help those in need of free healthcare in Phoenix. Students from Arizona State University, the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University created a service organization that provides no-cost medical care and education to the homeless population in the Valley.
8 hrs ago | Downtown Phoenix Journal
Join downtown Phoenix business, community, and city leaders for RadiatePHX , a free monthly networking series that connects you to the people, projects, issues, and solutions that are building the downtown we want. Hosted by Downtown Phoenix, Inc. and Downtown Phoenix Journal, RadiatePHX provides an opportunity to connect with a broad spectrum of downtown advocates, receive key updates from guest speakers on what's happening in the city core, and learn how you can connect and contribute.
12 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
PHOENIX Arizona congressional candidate Andy Tobin said Saturday that rural Arizona and parts of the country have been forgotten by Washington. Tobin made the remarks while delivering the Republican national radio address from Picacho Peak, a prominent landmark in Arizona's 1st Congressional District.
16 hrs ago | KTAR
Valley law enforcement agencies continue to search for a pair of burglars who stole eye glasses and computers in separate instances. The first burglary happened on Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014, at approximately 4:30 a.m., when the two suspects entered a LensCrafters located at 2330 N. 75th Ave. in Phoenix.
Theme: MOVING TO ANOTHER LEVEL The glory of the Lord always manifests among His people when the children of God gather together in unity to pray and wait upon the Lord. Such is the situation here in Jesus Power Assembly of God Phoenix AZ.
Under terms of an agreement offered by Maricopa County prosecutors, 62-year-old Ray Chatman's original conviction will be vacated and he'll be eligible for release in exchange for pleading guilty to one count of second-degree murder. A county Superior Court judge approved the plan Friday as part of a resolution to reduce Chatman's sentence to time served.
Then & Now: Phoenix Police Department Here's a look at how the Phoenix Police Department and its tools have changed over the years. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1s0amkg Before Phoenix became a city, local law enforcement who served and protected the area's residents were called marshals.
Phoenix police are searching for two suspects in an early morning apartment shooting that has left one man dead and another wounded. Sgt. Steve Martos says officers responded to a report of shots fired at an apartment complex in northwest Phoenix around 12:30 a.m. They found two men injured inside an apartment unit and both were transported to hospitals.
Arizonans in search of a bed for a good night's rest now have one more place to shop. Houston-based Mattress Firm Holding Corp., a fast-growing retailer, opened its largest store in Scottsdale this month and plans to open another store in Tempe.
Phoenix centers connect residents with storm-damage resources City's recovery-information centers available to Phoenix residents through Sunday. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1tKcTew Mountain Pointe high-school sophomores Nathan Reinert and Graham Doering, both 15, play some kayak basketball in a flooded retention basin off of 48th Street and Thistle Landing in Ahwatukee Foothills on Sept.
A volunteer dance teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with one of his Phoenix-area high school students for more than a year has been sentenced to jail. Maricopa County prosecutors say 27-year-old David Trujillo was sentenced Friday to one year in jail and lifetime probation for two counts of sexual conduct with a minor.
Tempe-based Nesco Resource topped the Direct Hire/Permanent Placement Firms list published today by the Phoenix Business Journal.
With local gross revenue of $645.02 million, Sanderson Ford was ranked No. 1 in the Women-Owned Businesses list published today by the Phoenix Business Journal.
PHOENIX A 91-year-old Quartzsite man described the pain of a snake bite and not just any snake bite a rattlesnake bite. "It goes loud soft, loud soft, as your heart beats," Frank Anner said.
Filed under the category of "Everything That's Not Mad Decent Block Party," here are your five best options for live music this week in Phoenix. Be sure to check out our comprehensive concert listings for more options.
For the second year the James Beard Foundation will come to the Valley for a weekend of food and drink events as a part of the Taste America Tour. The traveling celebration of local food and drink begins its stay in the Valley with a Night of Culinary Stars tomorrow night at the Royal Palms .
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 09:19 pm
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