Stories tagged: "Arizona"


Waiter Joe Zarate, of Tempe, Ariz., delivers food to one of his tables as hundreds of patrons take advantage of the Denny's free Grand Slam Breakfast national giveaway at a local Denny's restaurant Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2010, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
This Ballot Initiative Would Eliminate the Tipped Wage in Arizona

Arizona voters could have the chance to eliminate the state’s tipped minimum wage in 2024 if labor advocates can gather enough signatures to get the One Fair Wage Act on the ballot. 

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Where Does Arizona Fall Among States With the Most Born-and-Bred Residents?

Arizona is home to a majority of people who were not born there.

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7 Prolific Ghost Towns That Bring Arizona’s History to Life

We selected seven of our favorite spooky municipalites—from living ghost towns to desolate ruins—that are remarkable representations of the Grand Canyon State’s past. 

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7 Ghost Towns That Bring Arizona’s History to Life

We selected seven of our favorite spooky municipalites—from living ghost towns to desolate ruins—that are remarkable representations of the Grand Canyon State’s past. 

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9 Must-Visit Eateries to Try on Indigenous Peoples Day

At these Arizona eateries owned and operated by Indigenous people, you will find traditional food that will have you coming back all year long.

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The Arizona State Fair Is Back: Here Are 9 Things to Do at This Fall Tradition. 

The state fair is happening now through Oct. 30 from Thursdays through Sundays. If you’ve ever been, you know the state fair is truly a smorgasbord for the senses. 

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Abortion Is Now Illegal in Arizona in Almost All Cases. Here’s How We Got Here.

More than 90% of Arizonans oppose the state’s current abortion ban, a law that had until now been blocked by the 1973 Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade.