Arizona Republic Published 1:39 p.m. UTC Aug 16, 2018 Good morning, Arizona! Here is what you need to know to start your day. Time to dig in! Today is National Bratwurst Day, and you can check out one of these 10 restaurants across Phoenix for all kinds of creative combos. Good news, for some. Arizona State University is expanding beer, wine sales at Sun Devil Stadium to all but student concession areas Whether you missed the last "Avengers" flick or just want another chance to see Chris Evans going to town on that punching bag, you can catch the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe in theaters this month. ICYMI: Steve Gaynor, a Republican running for Arizona secretary of state, said he wants states to stop printing ballots in Spanish. Today, the Valley can expect the air quality to be unhealthy for sensitive groups as the high will reach 99 degrees and a low of 84. DID CHARTER SCHOOL KICK OUT A SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD? The mother of a student at … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: Ccharter school accused of kicking out special needs kid; Mesa school buses without A/C; it’s a great day for bratwurst!
Arizona Republic Published 2:02 p.m. UTC Aug 15, 2018 Good morning, Arizona! Here is what you need to know to start you day. Top sustainable-seafood grade Whole Foods leads the list, and Sprouts ranked above-average. Arizona Summit Law School will not offer classes this fall, sending students scrambling to find other options and raising questions about the private law school's future. The U.S. Department of Education wants to scrap a rule to protect students at for-profit colleges from programs with high debt and low earnings. Don't panic. Fans of Chick-fil-A in Phoenix can be among the first to try out a new dish before the rest of the country. A 'miracle': Casey Johansen and his family welcomed a new life near the 12th anniversary of the Phoenix Convention Center collapse. “So You Think You Can Dance” brings its tour to Comerica Theatre Nov. 28, and American Express will host a presale for cardholders from 10 a.m. Wednesday through … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: Tenants sue Phoenix home rental giant; inside Apple’s Mesa data center; popular retiree investment advertising called misleading
Arizona Republic Published 1:17 p.m. UTC Aug 10, 2018 Good morning, Arizona! Here is what you need to know to start your day. What's playing in theaters: This week's new movies include a couple that aren't just good. They're also important. ICYMI: FlipTix app wants to help you resell your concert ticket if you leave early. They sell unused time. A substitute teacher in Avondale spent $7,000 of his personal savings on his students last May. But it wasn't for classroom supplies. Looking for a new place to eat downtown? These 14 eateries are along the light rail line or within walking or biking distance of the heart of downtown Phoenix. Scottsdale school board members Pam Kirby and Kim Hartmann said they aren't seeking re-election. Three people have filed to run for the two seats. A filmmaker and his team of investigators claim they have solved the mystery of D.B. Cooper, the 1971 hijacker who jumped out of a jet with $200,000. Today, the Valley can expect mostly sunny, … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: Glendale moves to sell golf course; Fortune 500 company hiring; why is Page so popular?
Arizona Republic Published 1:08 p.m. UTC Jul 31, 2018 Good morning, Arizona. Here's what you need to know to start your day. New quarterback, same great Larry Fitzgerald and more reasons to get excited for the Cardinals this season. Storms left over 100,000 households, and Chase field without power Monday night. Arizona teachers are getting raises, although they aren't all 10 percent. Scottsdale police work to fix gaps in body camera program after audit identifies problems. Senate candidate Martha McSally reserves $1.65 million worth of general-election airtime. DPS Trooper shooting suspect was under the influence at time of attack, according to the latest report. It will be another hot day in the Valley with mostly sunny skies and a high near 107 degrees and a low are88 degrees. NO PEANUTS? NO PROBLEM FOR SOUTHWEST AIRLINES The Southwest Airlines gate agent working the Phoenix-Chicago flight issued the usual warnings to passengers clustered … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: No peanuts, no problem for Southwest; apartment options coming to Valley; back to school deals
Arizona Republic Published 1:15 p.m. UTC Jul 25, 2018 Good morning, Arizona. Here's everything you need to know to start your day. Havasu Falls, the bucket-list hiking and camping destination in a remote corner of the Grand Canyon, will remain closed to tourists through Aug. 31 due to flooding damage. ASU swim coach Bob Bowman apologizes for sexually graphic messages Olympic swimmer. As Thursday's court-ordered deadline for reuniting families separated at the border draws closer, immigrant advocates raised concerns that authorities are coercing parents to sign deportation documents to get their children back. Kingman returns fire after Sacha Baron Cohen show paints harsh portrait of city. After yesterday's record-breaking heat, it will be another hot one today, the Valley can expect a high of 116 degrees and a low of 91 degrees. PHOENIX POLICE ALREADY TIE NUMBER OF SHOOTINGS FOR ENTIRE YEAR. On Monday night, Phoenix police officers … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: Phoenix already hits yearly mark for police shootings; KJZZ exec quits amid allegations; land values rise, mobile home parks vanish