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Democrat Sandra Kennedy and Republican Justin Olson maintained their leads in the race for two seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission on Monday.

As some gas stations tighten security to prevent your credit card from being stolen, this chain remains unprotected, consumer advocates say.

Retractable glass walls, freestanding tubs and negative edge pools are among the features in this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.

Metro Phoenix's median home price is down about 2.8 percent from the record in July. But housing analysts aren’t calling for any big drops in prices

Democrat Sandra Kennedy overtook both Republicans for the lead in a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission. Justin Olson remains in first.

Need a helping hand? We've got you covered. Read on.

Here are more than 80 companies, government entities and non-profit organizations collectively advertising nearly 28,000 open positions across Arizona this month.

Andrea and Kevin Bloomquist, owners of The Stock Shop feed store, open the doors to the farm where they've raised their family and their herd of sheep

For the guys in your life—young and old—we've got you covered.

Several years ago, many veterans returning to civilian life struggled to find jobs. But they're finding jobs more plentiful today. This is why.

24/7 Wall St. reviewed 5-year changes in employment at the metro area level to identify the cities adding the most jobs.

Arizona's tribal-gaming operations generated $4.75 billion in total sales, fifth highest among the 28 states where they are situated.

With Veterans Day falling on a Sunday this year, veterans and active military are getting two days of freebies and meal deals.

Business spending growth slowed sharply in the third quarter. The reasons could include worries over trade, a turn in the economy or a blip.

The Chandler City Council approved the city's first Banner Health hospital despite concerns from residents who felt it would increase traffic and noise

A total of 77 percent of UPS Freight workers approved the contract, with 84 percent of eligible members voting, according to the Teamsters union.

Has a boss or co-worker harassed or discriminated against you? Here’s what you can do to stop the harassment and file a complaint with the EEOC.

You don't have to wait for Black Friday to find awesome deals for the holidays.

Here's how to get help in Arizona if your workplace won't send your final paycheck.

Saving for retirement is vital. To help you along, use these Hollywood characters to set goals that inspire you.

The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championship brings an unusual, high-end spectator event to the city during a traditionally soft period for tourism.

Republicans Rodney Glassman and Justin Olson have led the race over Democrats Sandra Kennedy and Kiana Sears in preliminary results since Election Day

Hubbard Family Swim School started with 200 students in the first couple of months. Today, they teach 6,000 kids ages 2 months to 13 years old per week week among their three locations.

The Arizona Diamondbacks ended the 2018 season by cutting the Legends racers pay roughly in half. Runners go from $60 per game to minimum wage.

Swimming legend Micheal Phelps sold his first Paradise Valley home to buy a bigger one nearby.

Sears Holdings is closing another 40 stores as aims to survive Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The latest move affects 29 Sears and 11 Kmarts. Here's the list.

FDA chief said in September he would halt sales of flavored e-cigarettes if major manufacturers weren't doing enough to keep out of the hands of teens.

At some point, when the state's economy isn’t booming as it is now and when there’s a pressing need, Arizona lawmakers may ask voters to undo the ban.

Federal authorities accused former Tesla employee Salil Parulekar of using his position to embezzle $9.3 million in 2016 and 2017.

The Arizona Corporation Commission voted unanimously to limit new hookups for Johnson Utilities to allow for fixes with water and sewer systems.

Detroit alone, working with state officials, offered Amazon $4 billion to get the 50,000 new jobs and billions in investment that HQ2 could mean.

EPCOR USA wants to limit the number of new customers hooking up to Johnson Utilities to give the company time to fix the water and sewer system.

Different factors affect food prices nationwide. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the places where people pay the highest food prices.

Malcolm Gwilliam and Lea Peterson bought a Ralph Haver home and renovated it to fit their style.

text Finding a career after the military
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Rudy Del Rio says the military "gave me a foundation of skills for project management and insight for working with other people."

Banta resigned three years following an Arizona Republic investigation into questionable expenses at the transit system.

Banner Health proposes to build a four-story hospital and medical center on Alma School Road just south of Loop 202.

Health insurer Oscar Health plans to hire 400 new workers by 2020 as it expands its footprint in Tempe.

text Choosing smart devices for rental properties
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There are numerous affordable devices available for property owners to remotely monitor and manage their rental units.

Gyms, theaters and putting greens are among the luxurious features in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix

Financial prosperity still eludes a lot of Americans, even after nine-plus years of economic expansion. Saving and health coverage are key factors

It’s not hard to see the downtown Phoenix's development boom, but it was harder to put numbers to downtown’s comeback.

The coal operation is a massive economic driver for the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe. Loss of the plant and mine could be a calamity for the tribes.

Jacob Wohl recently ignited a social media storm when his efforts to smear Special Counsel Robert Mueller appeared to be exposed as a hoax.

Voya Financial will add 1,000 workers with a Phoenix expansion plan, adding to the 200 employees already here.

Nationwide reveals a new name and employment plans for its Scottsdale campus, where the insurer will establish a regional center.