This past year has been the most rewarding and fun year I’ve had in journalism in a long, long time. And I have you, dear reader, to thank for that.It's hard to believe, but we launched the Arizona Mirror exactly one year ago today.
‘America helps humanity’: Arizonans advocate for refugee resettlement in the midst of possible shutdown
The smell of fried oil filled the room inside the International Rescue Committee offices in Glendale. Rodain Abo Zeed, donning a white chef uniform top and a tan hijab, turned behind small kitchen counter as she prepared falafels, tabbouleh and baklava with cashews.
New figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics show that Arizona’s two largest counties saw a significant year-over-year growth in the number of jobs in the first quarter of 2019, but wage growth lagged behind.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is joining attorneys general from 48 other states in an antitrust investigation into tech giant Google.
Tech startup TuSimple has been carrying mail for UPS in autonomous semi-trucks between Phoenix and Tucson for “several weeks” with little fanfare.
Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs was one of only three members of the U.S. House of Representatives to vote against a bill aimed at curbing robocalls.
Earlier this week Gov. Doug Ducey warned about the issues drones can create for firefighters. Just two days later, a drone almost shut down firefighting operations on the Museum Fire burning north of Flagstaff.