Gov. Katie Hobbs visited the site of Taiwan Semiconductor’s new facility in north Phoenix to announce a new worker safety partnership for construction workers following reports of accidents and alleged safety violations at the site.
A man convicted of sexually attacking and fatally stabbing two young Phoenix women in separate killings in the early 1990s was sentenced to death by a judge Wednesday.
Arizona will open a pair of new trade offices in Asia, further cementing the state’s economic ties to the region, Gov. Katie Hobbs announced on Friday. The new outposts will be in Taipei, Taiwan and Seoul, South Korea.
President Joe Biden today plans to visit the building site for a new computer chip plant in north Phoenix, using it as a chance to emphasize how his policies are fostering job growth in what could be a challenge to the incoming Republican House majority.
A Maricopa County grand jury has indicted a man accused of fatally shooting a young girl during a road rage incident in north Phoenix last month, authorities said Tuesday.