Nikola Motors Co. to build 1-million-square-foot manufacturing plant in Buckeye, move headquarters

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced on Tuesday Nikola Motor Co. is moving its manufacturing and headquarters to Buckeye.

Phoenix Open reaching out to Hispanic community

A new Spanish-language website for the Waste Management Phoenix Open is aimed towards broadening the sport of golf in the Hispanic community. Tournament chairman Carlos Sugich sees this as a big chance to appeal to the demographic.

Bill would limit marketing, publishing information about medical-marijuana dispensaries

A Mesa Republican has introduced legislation to limit marketing and the publication of information by medical marijuana dispensaries.

‘Sky’s the limit’: Phoenix Open happy to keep growing

What started out as just a normal tournament on the PGA Tour, the Waste Management Phoenix Open has now turned into one of golf's greatest spectacles.

News of 2019 WWE Rumble has fans, including World Series star, giddy

The WWE’s Royal Rumble, coming to Phoenix in 2019, has local fans in a frenzy of excitement

New solar panel tariffs will be felt by Arizona companies, consumers

WASHINGTON - New tariffs imposed Tuesday by the Trump administration on imported solar products will benefit domestic manufacturers, but could hit consumers and other parts of the solar energy industry hard, experts said.

National report card ranks Arizona near bottom of states for highway safety

WASHINGTON – Arizona was third-worst in the country for highway safety in 2017, based on its relative lack of driving-safety laws, a new report says. But one official said the Arizona does not get credit for the good it does.

It’s all in the details: Polishing cars into moneymakers at Barrett-Jackson

Detailers at Barrett-Jackson make sure hundreds of cars are ready for auction.

Superhero fans celebrate increasing diversity in comic books

ACE Comic Con attendees celebrate the growing diversity of characters in superhero movies and comic books.