Phoenix Replaces Street Name Signage

by on March 3, 2021 0

Phoenix installed new signs Monday for two streets whose names have long been considered objectionable. Piestewa Peak Drive replaces Squaw Peak Drive, and Desert Cactus Street replaces what was once Robert E. Lee Street. Mayor Kate Gallego, who spearheaded the initiative along with Councilwoman Thelda Williams, attended the changeovers. Historically, “squaw” is a slur...

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Southwest Airlines Fare Sale and Current Happenings At Sky Harbor Airport

by on March 3, 2021 0

Even though it’s performing better than many U.S. airports thanks to our pleasant winter climate and plentiful outdoor activities, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport continues to see the pandemic affecting the number of travelers passing through. But even as passenger numbers held steady in January at about half the number in January 2020, Sky...

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Arizona Drivers Can Renew Their License Online Now

by on March 1, 2021 0

Drivers are no longer required to leave the house to renew a license as the Arizona Department of Transportation announced Thursday the process can now be done online. “We’ve all seen a lot of change over the last year, but this is something new that everyone can embrace,” Eric Jorgensen, MVD director, said in...

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APS to Pay $24 Million to Customers Who Were Misled About Its Cheapest Rate Plans

by on February 26, 2021 0

This week, Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that his office secured an agreement with Arizona Public Service Company (APS), providing $24 million for approximately 225,000 APS consumers who were not on their most economical rate plan for electric utility service. “Throughout my time as Attorney General, I have consistently said businesses large and small...

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