Berkshire-owned railway says train that derailed in Arizona was carrying corn syrup, not hazardous material
A BNSF Railway train carrying corn syrup derailed Wednesday evening near Topock, Arizona — the latest in a series of similar accidents nationwide.
Return of MLB spring training has Arizona, Florida hoping for billion-dollar economic bounce back
Major League Baseball's spring training officially begins Friday, which will bring baseball fans from around the country to Arizona and Florida to watch their favorite teams.
West coast pipeline resumes pumping gas after shutdown
A gas pipeline near Los Angeles has resumed deliveries of gasoline to some California cities and neighboring states including Nevada and Arizona.
Phoenix police announce arrest in $100K theft from Super Bowl Experience
Phoenix Police have announced an arrest in the alleged theft of $100,000 in production equipment from the Super Bowl Experience from over the weekend.
Phoenix police investigating $100K theft from Super Bowl Experience
Many National Football League fans who attended the Super Bowl Experience in downtown Phoenix this past weekend heard about the $100K theft that police say took place.
Arizona university union works demand $25 minimum wage
A workers union at the University of Arizona is demanding that the campus-wide minimum wage is $25 per hour by 2025, saying that some campus workers make a 'poverty wage'
Video of terrifying Hawaii turbulence flight surfaces after multiple injuries
Video has surfaced of social media or a turbulent flight from Phoenix to Honolulu on Sunday. Eleven people were taken to multiple emergency rooms in serious condition.
Arizona divesting funds from BlackRock over ESG push
Arizona is divesting most of its funds from BlackRock, joining a growing number of states in resisting the investment firm's push for ESG policies.
Tim Cook says Apple will buy U.S.-made chips built at TSMC's Arizona factory
Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed Tuesday that the iPhone maker would be purchasing U.S.-made semiconductors built at Taiwanese firm TSMC's Arizona factory.
Biden visits Arizona computer chip plant, discusses job growth
President Biden discussed his economic plan Tuesday while touring a large computer chip factory under construction in Arizona.
Biden visiting Arizona as TSMC set to boost state's chip investment to $40B
Taiwan-based semiconductor manufacturer TSMC will announce that it will increase its chip investment in Arizona to $40 billion and a commitment to construct a second fab.
Arizona voters pass ballot initiative cracking down on so-called 'dark money'
Voters in Arizona passed a ballot initiative on Tuesday known as the "Voters’ Right to Know Act" that will crack down on so-called "dark money" in elections.
Chipmaker TSMC plans Arizona factory expansion
The U.S. has been encouraging foreign tech firms to manufacture in the country and has actively supported local research, development and manufacturing after passing its CHIPS Act.
Arizona GOP candidate's Twitter account restored after Musk tweets that he was 'looking into' suspension
Elon Musk said he was "looking into" the temporary suspension of Arizona Secretary of State candidate Mark Finchem's account, which was restored within an hour.
Liz Cheney's PAC spends $500,000 in Arizona to defeat GOP nominee Kari Lake
Liz Cheney PAC spends $500,000 on attack ad targeting Arizona Republicans Kari Lake and Mark Finchem.
NASA scientists working on ground missions in preparation to put American boots back on the moon
In preparation for future Artemis space mission's, NASA is training in northern Arizona using a prototype, pressurized moon rover that will be used on the moon and eventually Mars.
Shaq down to team up with Jeff Bezos to buy Suns
If Basketball Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal wants a chance to own the Phoenix Suns, he will have to team up with Jeff Bezos to do it, but he's not opposed.
Amazon driver seen throwing hot water on Phoenix convenience store worker
A former Amazon worker allegedly threw hot water at a convenience store in Arizona after the driver allegedly left the store without paying for her soda.
Arizona Supreme Court rules that anti-'dark money' initiative will appear on ballot
Arizona residents will vote on the “Voters' Right To Know Act” this November after the state Supreme Court ruled that it can appear on the ballot.
Flagstaff to increase minimum wage to $16.80 starting Jan.1
Flagstaff, Arizona, will raise its minimum wage to $16.80 from $15.50 starting Jan. 1, 2023. Voters passed a minimum wage act in 2016 to offset the increase in the cost of living.