The Jeep Wrangler is America’s favorite off-road vehicle. The upgraded Rubicon package makes it even better, with a list of equipment to improve performance in the dirt. So how can we make it …
PHOENIX (AP) — Just over 81,000 Arizona small businesses were approved for loans worth $8.6 billion under a government program meant to keep people employed during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data released Monday by the federal government.
CASA GRANDE — A plan to build a new Firestone tire shop on Florence Boulevard has been put on hold after the applicant asked to postpone the request for a conditional use permit and major site plan before the Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday.
DETROIT — When it comes to rugged vehicles that go off the road, over rocks and into the mud to experience nature, Jeep for years has cornered the U.S. market.
NEW YORK — Forget about making shopping fun. As clothing retailers and others try to stay viable during the coronavirus pandemic, they're hoping steps like cleaning during store hours, offering hand sanitizer and other safety measures will bring in customers to spend.
SCOTTSDALE — Jim and Bobbi Moss had been banking on what looked like a promising economic rebound, only to lose some hope and retreat into a strict limit on their discretionary spending. They now make all their meals at home, and online shopping, Bobbi Moss said, is limited to items that “su…
PHOENIX — For the third straight day, two dozen health clubs in metro Phoenix were defying Gov. Doug Ducey’s order Thursday to close gyms, leading officials who had been criticized for acting indecisively during the pandemic to threaten to sue two club chains if they didn’t shut down.
WASHINGTON – There’s often not much agreement on news out of Washington, but Arizona business leaders were hard-pressed this week to come up with negatives about the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that took effect Wednesday.
Verizon's decision to join the growing boycott against Facebook and Twitter risks hurting the social media giants where it hurts most: their advertising revenue.
Stock indexes ended mixed on Wall Street on Wednesday, even as the market extended its winning streak to a third day and gains in technology companies pushed the Nasdaq to an all-time high.
LAS VEGAS — Unions representing 65,000 Las Vegas-area casino workers accused some resort operators on Monday of putting employees at risk of illness and death during the coronavirus pandemic by skimping on safety measures like a requirement for mask-wearing.
MARICOPA — A sign promising a “community hospital” in Maricopa created a lot of buzz among residents on June 29 but city officials say there is still a ways to go before it becomes a reality.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Commercial fishing taking place worldwide has dipped since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, but scientists and conservation experts say it’s unclear if the slowdown will help endangered species of marine life recover.
NEW YORK — Kim Kardashian West is selling a stake in her beauty brand for $200 million, in a deal that values the TV reality star’s three-year-old business at $1 billion.
WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP) — When this year’s Gettysburg Blue Grey Cup youth soccer tournament got canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic, food truck owner Dan Smith figured he had lost one-quarter of his income.
HOUSTON — The din of conversation and music that normally fills The Cottonmouth Club in downtown Houston fell silent last Friday when the owners shut it down for a second time during the coronavirus pandemic — a week before the Texas governor ordered all bars to follow suit amid a surge in i…
CASA GRANDE — The first Lucid Motors test vehicle could roll off the assembly line at the company's manufacturing plant in Casa Grande by the end of August, the mayor says.
SCOTTSDALE (AP) — Some bars and nightclubs in Scottsdale have temporarily closed — and one was charged — after receiving notices ordering them to comply with social distancing and facial covering requirements as Arizona reports increasing confirmed coronavirus cases.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California regulators approved new rules on Thursday that would force automakers to sell more electric work trucks and delivery vans, a first-of-its-kind rule aimed at helping the nation’s most populous state clean up its worst-in-the-nation air quality.
PHOENIX — Some hospitals halted elective surgeries Thursday as the number of COVID-19 cases remained on the rise since Republican Gov. Doug Ducey lifted stay-home restrictions in May.
WASCO, Calif. (AP) — A group of about 50 farm workers went on strike Thursday at a California pistachio farm demanding free face coverings, gloves and information from the farm's owner after they said they learned from the media that dozens of their coworkers tested positive for the coronavi…
CASA GRANDE — The number of permits pulled for the construction of new homes in Casa Grande continues to grow and is even starting to match or even exceed the number of new home permits issued in the city of Maricopa.
BERLIN (AP) — Bayer said Wednesday that it will pay up to $10.9 billion to settle litigation over the weedkiller Roundup, which has faced thousands of lawsuits over claims it causes cancer.
The Honda Civic has a reputation for being a low-cost economy car. So does the Ford Mustang with its base 2.3-liter engine. However, both factories offer a performance version, offering more power, better cornering, a manual transmission, all at a reasonable price tag.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix mall that was once considered a perennial teen hangout and featured in the movie “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” is closing.
TUCSON (AP) — A neighborhood association near the University of Arizona hopes to stop any future sale of farmland used for agricultural research.
CARSON CITY, Nev. — Nevada will consider adopting new regulations to require a larger percentage of cars sold in the state be electric, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Monday.
MCGAFFEY, N.M. — Two cowboys rode their horses on a pasture below the McKenzie Ridge in the Zuni Mountains a recent afternoon checking out the cows.
San Francisco chef Dominique Crenn was huddled with staff one day in mid-March when she learned that coronavirus restrictions would close the dining room at her celebrated restaurant, Atelier Crenn. Immediately, everyone started brainstorming.
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple is closing 11 stores in Arizona, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina that it had reopened just few weeks ago as infections rates in some regions in the U.S. begin to rise.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada casinos are now requiring gamblers and spectators to wear protective face coverings at table games that have no barriers.
NEW YORK — America’s painful struggles over racism have finally caught up with Aunt Jemima, that ubiquitous fixture served up at breakfast tables for 131 years.
FLORENCE — The Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved agreements with two state universities Wednesday related to the future Arizona Technology Corridor through Pinal County.
PHOENIX — More than 1.6 million Arizonans are now collecting some form of jobless benefits as the Arizona economy continues to skid and the number of people infected with COVID-19 continues to increase.