Monthly Archives: June 2022

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Opens New Eighth Concourse at Terminal 4

by on June 21, 2022 0
Providing customers with world-class service and amenities are goals for America’s Friendliest Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has opened its new eighth concourse. The concourse will be used by Southwest and will offer eight additional gates for the airline. “Phoenix Sky Harbor delivers a $38 billion annual economic impact, and the new concourse... Read More

American Airlines To Cut Service to 3 Cities

by on June 21, 2022 0
American Airlines has plans to stop service to three U.S. cities and is citing a pilot shortage as the reason. Reportedly American Airlines will stop servicing Toledo, Ohio, Ithaca, New York and Islip, New York. American plans to end service to the three cities on Sept. 7. “We’re extremely grateful for the care and service... Read More

Governor Ducey Declares State of Emergency For Pipeline Fire in Coconino County

by on June 17, 2022 0
Governor Doug Ducey today issued a declaration of emergency in response to the Pipeline Fire north of Flagstaff, which has burned more than 24,800 acres as of Thursday and continues to present challenges to responding crews and the community. The governor declared the state of emergency following Coconino County’s declaration, allowing the community to receive... Read More

Lime E-Scooters Rolling Back Into Phoenix

by on June 16, 2022 0
After more than two years away, Lime is scooting back into Phoenix. This week, Lime returns to Phoenix with an updated version of their electric scooters. “Lime is thrilled to be back and grateful for the opportunity to provide Phoenix residents and visitors with a safe, sustainable and equitable way of getting around,” Karla... Read More

I-10 Closures Set in Both Directions This Weekend Between US 60 and Loop 202

by on June 16, 2022 0
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises motorists to allow extra travel time and expect delays while Interstate 10 is closed at times in both directions this weekend (June 17-20) between Loop 202 (Santan/South Mountain Freeway) and US 60 (Superstition Freeway). Crews with the I-10 Broadway Curve Improvement Project will be conducting  bridge and utility... Read More

Landmark Alzheimer’s Prevention Trial Unable to Show Significantly Slower Cognitive Decline in Inherited Form of Disease

by on June 16, 2022 0
 A precedent-setting prevention trial in Colombia has found that the investigational medicine crenezumab did not slow or prevent decline in cognition or memory for cognitively healthy people with a rare genetic mutation that causes early-onset Autosomal Dominant Alzheimer’s Disease (ADAD). The trial did not demonstrate a significant clinical benefit in either of its co-primary endpoints... Read More