Stories tagged: "phoenix"


Electrical trade student Nora Marshall, 18, wires a light switch in her electrical class at West-MEC in Buckeye on Sept. 16, 2022. (Photo by Emily Mai/Cronkite News)
Building the Future: Trade Occupations Encouraged as Demand for Skilled Labor in Arizona Grows

Arizona schools and educational programs are working to teach the next generation of laborers the skills that contractors need.

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8 Places to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day This Year

From jazz performances to lively festivals, here are eight ways to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Phoenix, Chandler, Glendale, and all across the Valley.

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8 Places to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Metro Phoenix

From jazz performances to lively festivals, here are eight ways to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Phoenix, Chandler, Glendale, and all across the Valley.

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Phoenix Led the Nation in Inflation in 2022, but Rise May Slow in 2023

Economists believe high prices will slowly decrease over the next couple of months. One example? Gas prices have already fallen, and experts expect the same to happen with housing.

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9 of the Most Instagrammable Sites in the Valley 

From natural wonders to creative man-made venues, these places prove that the Phoenix metro area knows how to take a great photo. 

Associate editor Jessica Swarner riding in a Waymo with a "ghost" driver (Courier Newsroom illustration/Desirée Tapia)
My First Time Riding in a Self-Driving Waymo

It’s official—those funny-looking Waymo cars we’ve seen driving around the Valley for years are now taking the public for rides, without a safety driver sitting up front.

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7 Must-Try Native American Restaurants in Arizona

Arizona is home to many Native American tribes—22 of which are federally recognized—each with their own unique, delicious cuisine.