Monthly Archives: May 2021

Governor Ducey Signs Bill To Expand Opportunities For Community College Students

by on May 5, 2021 0
On Tuesday, Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation allowing community colleges to offer four-year degrees, paving the way for Arizona’s current and future workforces and expanding opportunities for populations that are historically underrepresented in higher education. “Arizona’s community colleges play a critical role in supporting students of all ages and equipping our workforce with skills... Read More

ASU Gammage Season Tickets Go on Sale May 10

by on May 5, 2021 0
Some of Broadway’s biggest shows are coming to the Valley at ASU Gammage later this year, and people can secure their season subscriptions starting May 10. Those interested in receiving priority access to season ticket subscriptions can sign up for the waitlist online. Broadway at ASU Gammage opens Sept. 8 with “Hamilton,” the award-winning... Read More

Governor Ducey Issues Executive Order Requiring Arizonans to Have to Look for Work to Get Unemployment

by on May 4, 2021 0
On Wednesday, Governor Doug Ducey issued an Executive Order to meet surging job demand and support job creators throughout Arizona as employment opportunities grow and the COVID-19 vaccine is available for anyone who wants it. The Executive Order rescinds a March 2020 Executive Order that waived the requirement that an individual receiving employment benefits must be... Read More

Scottsdale PD Seeking Public’s Help to Locate Suspects Linked to Fashion Square Looting

by on May 3, 2021 0
Last year, Scottsdale Fashion Square sustained significant damage when looters broke into the mall and many of the stores inside and now the Scottsdale Police department needs the public’s continued help in locating six suspects. Authorities have already arrested 57 people in connection to the May 30, 2020, night of vandalism, which has resulted... Read More

Governor Ducey Announces Nearly $27 Million To Support K-12 Students

by on May 3, 2021 0
Governor Doug Ducey announced last week plans for Arizona to distribute $26.5 million to support Summer learning programs, reach struggling students, enhance student achievement and expand tutoring opportunities. “Our teachers, students and families have worked hard to stay on track and ensure Arizona kids have all the support they need,” said Governor Ducey. “We... Read More