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Mesa earmarks $20M to help small businesses get through the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s how to apply

Small businesses in Mesa hurt by COVID-19 can get up to three months of help with utilities, rent or mortgage payments.

Another weekly drop in Arizona jobless benefits belies ongoing employment pressures

Some 32,938 Arizonans filed for initial jobless-insurance benefits for the week ended May 9, the Department of Economic Security reported.

Ducey: Arizona stay-at-home order expires Friday; gyms, pools, sports leagues can start up this week

Gov. Doug Ducey outlined Arizona's next steps in the state's efforts as a stay-at-home order nears its expiration.

Crowded Tempe bar sparks concerns but no citation. Ducey praises police’s ‘light touch’

Gov. Doug Ducey grew testy after he faced questions on enforcement spurred by a crowded Tempe bar. Tempe will now require bars to have guidelines.

These companies and businesses are requesting customers wear masks as Arizona reopens

As Arizona approaches the end of its stay-at-home order and businesses across the state prepare to reopen, some stores are requiring face masks.

Hard-hit Latinos go back to restaurants, markets with ‘bittersweet’ emotions as Arizona reopens

Since Arizona Gov. Ducey gave the green light to certain businesses to open, more people are on the streets.

Arizona’s jobless agency grapples with high demand, adds staff as new site launched

New site designed to assist people impacted by COVID-19 to sign up for benefits was operating Wednesday after technical glitch.

Electronic gift card app offers boost for small businesses in Arizona

Currently, there are about a dozen Valley businesses participating in the program with Gift3r App

Zoom plans to hire hundreds of engineers for video R&D centers in Phoenix, Pittsburgh areas

The video-conferencing leader said it is starting to recruit software engineers in the two cities, with employees working from home until offices are built.

Wickenburg shop owners say those who reopened early don’t represent town

"I believe that those of us who complied with our governor's orders are the true 'patriots' and need our voices heard," says one business owner.

Free masks, 50% capacity: Gila River governor assures casinos are safe to reopen Friday

The Gila River Indian Community is testing all 1,800 gaming employees for COVID-19 every two weeks, according to Governor Stephen Lewis.

Taiwan chipmaker plans to build $12 billion plant in Phoenix, create more than 1,600 jobs

A Taiwan-based maker of silicon chips intends to build a major manufacturing plant in Phoenix that could bring more than 1,600 jobs, Gov. Doug Ducey confirmed late Thursday.