Stories tagged: "businesses"


(Photo courtesy of Bukola Somide)
Arizona Tech Entrepreneur Talks About Building the Future of STEM

The Copper Courier spoke with Bukola Somide about her growing list of innovative inventions that aim to create more equitable access to science education.

Larry White in front of a Lo-Lo's restaurant
More Than Lo-Lo’s Chicken and Waffles: Larry White’s Big Plans to Carry on His Family’s Legacy

The Copper Courier sat down with the owner of Lo-Lo's Chicken and Waffles to talk about his family’s legacy of food in Phoenix, and his plans for the future.

Courtesy of Big Dill Marketing
Copper Food Truck Friday: Valley Trucks to Check out for Meals on the Go

Amid Arizona's third wave of the pandemic, we're highlighting some of the mobile food and beverage options available around the Valley.

Photo by Jessica Swarner
Hotter Than July: Six Arizona-Made Hot Sauces That Will Help You Turn Up the Heat

To help you get some more spice in your life, we put together a list of some of Arizona’s locally made hot sauces.

President Donald Trump, left, pauses with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey during a campaign rally Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Ducey Wants Arizona Businesses to Remain Open as COVID Cases Rise Again

Arizona’s infection spread rate is higher than it was in early May, but Ducey has already shut down talks of another shutdown.

Ducey sitting in front of sign that says "Returning Stronger"
Gym Owners Have No Idea What Gov. Ducey’s Latest Closures Mean — And They’re Suing Over It

One gym was cited in multiple cities after its CEO defied the governor's new order and accused Ducey of closing businesses at random.

Malee's owner Deirdre wearing mask and gloves packing bags
This Restaurant Owner Decided Not to Reopen for Dine-in. Here’s Why She Says She Made the Right Choice.

Several Phoenix-area bars and restaurants have ended up limiting operations in recent weeks due to employees testing positive for the coronavirus.