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Who got a raise?!?!?!

Arizona’s minimum wage, after jumping to $10 an hour in 2017, rose by another 50 cents an hour to usher in 2018. It went even higher in Flagstaff. The hike comes as unemployment has fallen across the state, with big gains in the restaurant industry. Still, it likely will fuel debate on whether higher wages […]

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TWO SUPER MOONS?!?!

You won’t have to wait long for the first supermoon of the year.  Not only does the first full moon of the year fall on January 1; it also happens to be a supermoon. According to NASA, a supermoon is a moon that is full when it is also at or near its closest point in […]

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Arizona!! We need to do better!

A new study from finance website Wallet Hub ranks 2017’s most caring cities in America. No cities in Arizona made the top 10, but what was more shocking is just how unfriendly our cities are considered. Madison, Wisconsin Virginia Beach, Virginia Lincoln, Nebraska Boston, Massachusetts Jersey City, New Jersey The only Arizona city to crack the top […]

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Kurt Warner give back to the Valley!

  As if getting a new home for the holidays isn’t thrilling enough, Kurt Warner, his wife Brenda, and a partnership with Aaron’s made sure to put the big red bow on top! The homes by Habitat for Humanity Homes were not handed over empty, but rather decked out with furniture, appliances, and technology. Homes […]

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Remember When People Could Submit Ideas for Oreo Flavors? Here Are the Three They’re Making

Oreo has been releasing a constant supply of new flavors for the past few years.  And in May, they decided to get even MORE ideas, by holding a contest where people could submit ideas. Well, they just announced the three finalists: 1.  Cherry Cola.  These are chocolate cookies, cream that’s half white, half cherry, with popping candies […]

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You Put in 31 Extra Days of Unpaid Work This Year

  If you’re looking back on 2017 and wondering where the year went, here’s your answer:  You spent it working.  For free. According to a new survey, the average person starts working 17 minutes before their official start time . . . takes 29 fewer minutes for a lunch break than they’re allowed . . […]

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