Phoenix Ranks As One of the Top Rudest Cities in America

by on September 1, 2022 0

For those who travel often, experiencing cultural mismatches can be common. Even among cities in the same country, there are differences in local traditions, behaviors, mannerisms, and sayings that can affect our opinions of a place. Preply surveyed over 1,500 residents of the 30 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S. and asked them about the rudeness level of their city,...

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Labor Day Weekend Travel Tips

by on September 1, 2022 0

With the Phoenix heat still tipping the thermometers on the side of uncomfortable, an escape over Labor Day weekend to cooler destinations sure has an appeal. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has recently ranked the 11th busiest airport in the world and 9th busiest in the U.S. for passenger traffic according to statistics released...

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Phoenix Fugitive Sought in 2016 Murder of Girlfriend Captured in El Salvador

by on September 1, 2022 0

U.S. Marshals 15 Most Wanted fugitive and Phoenix resident, Raymond McLeod, 37, wanted by the San Diego Police Department for the 2016 murder of 30-year-old Krystal Mitchell, was taken into custody Monday afternoon by El Salvadoran law enforcement authorities without incident. McLeod confirmed his identity to members of the U.S. Marshals team and members of the...

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Arizona State Fair Job Fair

by on August 30, 2022 0

The annual Arizona State Fair will be returning to the State Fairgrounds in just one month and before they serve up the funnel cakes, corn dogs, cotton candy, organizers need to hire. The Arizona State Fair needs to hire 800+ fairtime positions and will do so on the spot at their planned job fair....

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Excessive Heat Warning Issued for Arizona

by on August 30, 2022 0

It looks like our cooler monsoon weather might be over. An excessive heat warning has been issued for the Phoenix area and other parts of the state, as temperatures are expected to reach 110°F. The heat warning was issued by the National Weather Service and in effect for the following counties: La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, and Yuma...

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Construction Trades Program for Kids Requesting Help from Skilled Trade Workers

by on August 29, 2022 0

TradeUp!, a Phoenix nonprofit dedicated to empowering children through hands-on learning in the construction trades, is seeking parents, educators, and professionals in the skilled trades to volunteer at its educational workforce development program. The free after school program, now in its sixth session at Madison Park Middle School, introduces students to careers in the...

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Frontier Airlines Announces 10 New Routes from Phoenix

by on August 29, 2022 0

Phoenix’s fourth largest carrier, Frontier Airlines, announced ten new routes that will begin in the winter season. Frontier President and CEO Barry Biffle announced the routes today from the recently re-modernized Terminal 3 along with Phoenix Councilwoman Ann O’Brien and Phoenix Director of Aviation Services Chad Makovsky. “Frontier Airlines will launch new nonstop service...

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