PHOENIX — A doctor at Phoenix Children’s Hospital wants parents to be aware of a loud, barking-like cough known as croup that’s showing up among children infected with the omicron variant of COVID-19. Croup is typically seen with respiratory viruses. It causes swelling and inflammation of the upper part of a kid’s airways, which can lead to difficulty breathing and a cough that sounds like a dog or a seal.
PHOENIX — The Phoenix metro area had a record number of workers at the end of 2021, the city said in a Wednesday press release. Phoenix’s workforce was about 2.3 million in December, a 5.7% year-over-year increase, according to a report from the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity.
A Glendale event filled with history is returning in person this year after going virtual in 2021. The Glendale Main Library will host the Arizona Songwriters Gathering from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29. This will be the 26th year of the event, including last year’s virtual gathering.
DAUM Commercial of Phoenix Directs $86M Acquisition of Two Industrial Building in San Francisco Bay Area
FREMONT, Calif. – DAUM Commercial Real Estate Services has directed the acquisition of two fully-leased industrial properties totaling 208,180 square feet in the San Francisco East Bay submarket of Fremont, California, on behalf of the buyer, CenterPoint Properties. This acquisition is part of CenterPoint’s continued strategic expansion of its Bay Area footprint, according to Jordan Lara, Executive Vice President and Principal at DAUM and member of Lara Team, who represented the buyer in the transaction.
Say if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Call it a trusted formula. However you want to go about it, the Phoenix Suns have patched together a handful of wins in the last couple of weeks while being carried by scorching Devin Booker performances and dominant fourth-quarter play from Chris Paul.
Location on Light Rail Line Attracts Investors PHOENIX, ARIZONA – A Canadian investor has purchased Urban 188 & 96, apartment communities located at 1601 and 1545 W. Camelback Rd. for a total price of $52,000,000.00. Epic Investment Services purchased the properties from Urban 1601 Property, LLC of Phoenix for its Epic Multifamily Real Estate Fund I LP.
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Jazz lost for the ninth time in their last 11 outings, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying. The Phoenix Suns beat the Jazz for the second straight game, downing Utah 105-97 thanks to 43 points from Devin Booker.
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PHOENIX — One person was killed in a serious rollover crash in the West Valley late Wednesday morning. Phoenix police say a sedan collided with an SUV near 37th and Grand avenues. The sedan was traveling at an extremely high rate of speed prior to the crash, according to police.
SALT LAKE CITY – The shorthanded Utah Jazz lost for the second straight outing, falling 105-97 to the league-leading Phoenix Suns. Playing with Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert, the Jazz kept the game close against the Suns but weren’t able to pull out a victory.
SALT LAKE CITY – After trailing by 21 points at the end of the first quarter, the Utah Jazz bounced back with a big second quarter against the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday. The Jazz started the big second quarter on a 10-2 run. That run extended through the duration of the quarter as the Jazz outscored the Suns 30-11.
They say there's no "I" in "team," but there is one in "Devin." And Devin Booker was all the Suns needed early Wednesday night. Booker poured in a quick 21 points in the first quarter of Phoenix's game against Utah, outscoring the entire Jazz team by himself.
Arizona Republicans this week lined up behind a measure that would discipline teachers and open them up to lawsuits if they don’t tell parents everything a student tells in them — even if the student confides that he or she is gay or transgender. The legislation, House Bill 2161, would make it illegal for a government employee to withhold information that is “relevant to the physical, emotional or mental health of the parent’s child,” and specifically prevents teachers from withholding information about a student’s “purported gender identity” or a request to transition to a gender other than the “student’s biological sex.”
'Blessed to be alive': Phoenix teen recuperating from concussion escapes from fire that destroyed her home
PHOENIX - A north Phoenix teenager says she is blessed to be alive, after escaping from a house fire that was captured on her doorbell camera. Maddison Porter's two dogs were also home, and they had dozens of other animals on that property, and on Jan. 26, Maddison and her mother spoke out about the ordeal.
Dynarex adds to manufacturing growth on city’s west end Almost a year after Reich Brothers Holdings LLC announced that the Dynarex Corporation would lease its new warehouse on the west end of Glendale, Dynarex is opening for business. Dynarex, a leading medical equipment and disposable medical products company, now calls Glendale home with its new industrial warehouse.
PHOENIX — After more than four years of debate, the effort to create 100% clean energy rules for Arizona utilities failed in a final 3-2 vote on Wednesday. Three no votes came from Republican members of the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC), Lea Marquez Peterson, Justin Olson and Jim O'Connor.
Phoenix testing results from the final test session with the NASCAR Next Gen car Today, the NASCAR Cup Series took to the 1-mile track of Phoenix Raceway. It’s the final testing session for the NASCAR Next Gen car which makes it’s official race debut in about 2 weeks.
PHOENIX — Calling it a matter of free expression, a House panel voted Wednesday to give residents of homeowner associations and condos the right to fly flags supporting first responders. But don’t even think about hoisting a “gay pride” flag — or any other flag that could be considered a matter of personal beliefs.
The Phoenix Suns are in some fairly uncharted waters across franchise history. They have entered the second half of the season as one of the favorites for an NBA championship and owners of the best record in the league at 37-9. With the NBA’s trade deadline two weeks from Thursday, the thinking becomes that the Suns need to be aggressive.
PHOENIX — A multi-vehicle accident in Phoenix injured three children and a young woman on Wednesday, authorities said. The accident occurred near Bell Road and State Route 51 and involved two cars and five people, with four being taken to the hospital, the Phoenix Fire Department said in a press release.
PHOENIX — A Republican state lawmaker is proposing that the Arizona Legislature — currently controlled by Republicans — have the right to reject election results. HB 2596 simply reflects his belief that the state constitution gives lawmakers ultimate oversight of elections, Rep. John of Apache Junction told Capitol Media Services on Wednesday.
The Phoenix Suns and Utah Jazz on Wednesday meet for a second time in three nights. After taking a 115-109 victory over the Jazz on Monday, the Suns head to Utah to complete the back-to-back. Despite the six-point advantage just two days ago, oddsmakers believe Round 2 will be a tight one.
PHOENIX (AP) _ Avnet Inc. (AVT) on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $150.8 million. On a per-share basis, the Phoenix-based company said it had profit of $1.50. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $1.51 per share.
PHOENIX – Gov. Doug Ducey and community college leaders from across the state agreed their schools are part of the engine that drives Arizona’s economic momentum. “By investing in you, we’re investing in the worker,” said Ducey to 10 chancellors and presidents of community colleges in a roundtable on Wednesday.
TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Gamers visit virtual worlds of fantasy, adventure or crime, but federal agents say smugglers are now using those online worlds to recruit people for real-world crime. The United States Department of Homeland Security says gaming led one woman to unknowingly agree to carry meth across the U.S.-Mexico border.
PHOENIX – Governor Doug Ducey and community college leaders from across the state agreed their schools are part of the economic engine that drives Arizona’s economic momentum. “By investing in you, we’re investing in the worker,” said Governor Ducey to 10 chancellors and presidents of community colleges in a roundtable on Wednesday morning.
The Sonoraville High School girls basketball team has picked the right time to get hot. After dropping two tight ones to Adairsville earlier this season, the Lady Phoenix used a big second quarter to win their third 3A Region 6 contest of the year Friday night with a big 52-49 win over the Lady Tigers at The Furnace.
PHOENIX -- School boards, city councils and boards of supervisors that don't provide enough seats for people anticipated to attend public meetings could end up facing fines under terms of legislation approved Wednesday by the House Committee on Government and Elections. The proposal by Rep. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, comes as residents have crowded into school board meetings across the state -- or at least tried to -- amid debates over everything from masks to how children should be taught about matters of race and discrimination.