NEW YORK — Stocks sank again on Wall Street Friday, knocking the S&P 500 to its worst weekly loss since February, as more steam comes out of banks and other stocks that soared earlier this year with expectations for the economy and inflation.
WASHINGTON — Border officials urged lawmakers to stick to a plan to reopen the border to nonessential travel Monday, even as they said more needs to be done to prepare for the expected surge in traffic.
Sandboxes aren’t just play areas for toddlers. Increasingly, state and national governments around the world are creating so-called regulatory sandboxes: programs that allow software companies to skirt regulations in order to test a new product or service.
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Courts and Crime
- County releases video of DPS officer-involved shooting incident
- Filing seeks to dismiss bid to access audit documents
- Settlement conference sought in accused child molester case
- Voucher program to help needy aiming for Oct. 1 launch
- Police arrest local man on sexual exploitation of a minor charges
- Tentative trial date set in Mescal murder case
- Bicyclist struck on State Route 80 at Lavender Pit dies, police say
- Cyclist struck by hit-and-run motorist on State Route 80 at pit, driver arrested, police say
- Judge orders text messages released in child abuse civil complaint
- Evidence in child molestation case will not be suppressed, judge rules
- Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status
- Accused child molester sentenced for DUI probation violation
- AZ Supreme Court bans Tucson AG office from handling murder case
- Douglas border station sees steady number of illegal crossings, officials say
- Local man arrested on child abuse charges
- SV police, residents victims of 'swatting' call
- Plea deal on the table in accused child killer case
- Fort, Lori's Place combine to help victims of sexual assault, abuse
- Accused child molester to be held without bail, officials say
- Marijuana firm sues county, wants court to overturn appeal
SIERRA VISTA — Canyon Vista Medical Center is in need of a new CEO after Bob Gomes accepted another position in the company, officials announced Monday.
Wall Street closed out a mostly listless week Friday with a wobbly day of trading that helped nudge the S&P 500 to its third straight weekly gain.
There is something uniquely awful about that time of day when there is no good way to get around. The car horns sound nastier as downtown traffic snarls. The elbows feel sharper on a jammed subway. The sight of red brake lights is soul-crushing when they lead on a highway all the way to the …
The U.S. and Australian FBI agencies, in collaboration with an international group of police departments from 16 countries, executed an immense sting operation on the international crime syndicate, arresting over 800 people and counting. This is by far the most successful sting operation to …
WASHINGTON — The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell for the sixth straight week as the U.S. economy, held back for months by the coronavirus pandemic, reopens rapidly.
BILLINGS, Mont. — The Keystone XL is dead after a 12-year attempt to build the oil pipeline, yet the fight over Canadian crude rages on as emboldened environmentalists target other projects and pressure President Joe Biden to intervene — all while oil imports from the north keep rising.
BISBEE — “It was wild. Like climbing Mount Everest,” said Sally Holcomb, co-owner of Café Roka, when describing what opening back up to the public last weekend was like.
General Motors said Thursday it expected to increase shipments of pickup trucks and other vehicles to dealers over the next several weeks, a sign that the global shortage of computer chips is beginning to ease.
The White House warned American businesses on Thursday to take urgent security measures to protect against ransomware attacks, as hackers shift their tactics from stealing data to disrupting critical infrastructure.
WASHINGTON — Hiring in the United States picked up in May yet was slowed again by the struggles of many companies to find enough workers to keep up with the economy’s swift recovery from the pandemic recession.
During the Cold War, there were hundreds of top-secret nuclear missile silos around the United States and allied countries. An example of the silo can be seen here in Arizona at the Titan Missile Museum. Many of the silos are still in use today. They are guarded with service members with ext…
Have you ever wondered about how many nuts there are in the world? On second thought maybe I should qualify that question a little better. Have you ever wondered how many “tree” nuts there are in the world? Well, I’m glad you asked. You do know that not all nuts grow on trees?
Imagine you are a chicken rancher. Your chickens are free-range, no antibiotics, and (most importantly) hypo-allergenic. So, people with egg allergies can use your eggs to make cookies and other goodies.
An employment program for veterans that began in the days after 9/11 paid off last year when the COVID-19 pandemic rattled employment for vets in the state and across the country, an advocate told House lawmakers Wednesday.
Let’s be honest — running a successful small business is hard work. The more competitive a market becomes, the harder it is to stay above the noise and connect with customers. This is why it’s so important to make sure you avoid these most common marketing mistakes small businesses make online.
When you are engrossed in a project, whether it be shopping or at work, or anywhere for that matter, and that nagging hungry or thirsty feeling creeps into your thoughts, what do you do? More than likely you will do what research studies have found, and “eat a snack.” The International Food …
Some parents are perfectly happy to head out to the backyard and have a catch with a son or daughter intent on improving baseball or softball skills. A sublime bonding experience.