After spending five years in the Florida panhandle covering news and politics, Matt Galka headed west for Phoenix.
Matt spent three years at Capitol News Service in Tallahassee, FL covering state politics and everything else Florida threw at him. Before that, he spent two years at WCTV in Florida’s capital city where he covered everything from crime to courts to sports.
Matt is a huge sports fan and former walk-on football player for Syracuse University. He’s a proud Orange alum but also cheers for the Quinnipiac University Bobcats where he got his Master’s degree.
You can usually find Matt outside enjoying the sun with his dog, Bella, or at a sporting event. He’s happy to be a new resident of the Valley and looks forward to seeing everything it has to offer!
Some Valley students are in for a big surprise, as they are getting computers to help with virtual learning.
“It’s an essential business. People are going to still need transportation,” says NARPRO employee James Garnand.
In a lot of ways, you can say that anxiety is at an all time high while social isolating during the COVID-19 crisis.
With churches closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and Easter just over a week away, some are coming up with other plans to help people worship, including for Palm Sunday.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has been given more than $300 billion to help small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, but experts say to file for it soon because they are still learning how long it will take to get it and who qualifies.
The coronavirus pandemic and being cooped up in your home is a lot to handle mentally and emotionally.
Arizona corrections officers are concerned about their health and safety at work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Starting Monday night, a curfew will go into effect on the Navajo Nation.
Members of Arizona's congressional delegation react Friday to a move by a Kentucky congressman during the stimulus bill vote that sparked outrage.
Many businesses in Arizona are faced with the tough reality of having to let employees go, or close up shop altogether.