Glendale might be hosting the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles for Super Bowl LVII, but downtown Phoenix is hosting the Super Bowl Gameday Experience. How businesses and roadways are being prepped for the influx of visitors.
Kombucha has been around for many years, and it is known to have a number of health benefits, including antioxidants that may help fight certain diseases. FOX 10 Photojournalist Joe Tillman takes a look at Milly Moon Kombucha, which specializes in making the fermented tea, in Phoenix.
The survey found that 84% of smaller business leaders said they’re also increasing compensation, while others are offering hiring bonuses, more flexible hours, and remote work options.
Party rental company, Dang! Fine, is gearing up for a very busy few months with so many high-profile events coming to the Phoenix area. They'll be helping to make those events look party-ready. FOX 10's Danielle Miller has this story.
Some small businesses in Arizona say they've already been paying above minimum wage despite the state raising it by $1.05 this year so that they can retain good employees.
An Arizona man who battled addiction is honoring his father's memory by making the thing he and his father started making almost 20 years ago, which the man has turned into a small business.
The Coronado is efforting one last push to get more customers through their doors, or they might have to close down permanently.
The Muñoz Christmas Tree Lot is a staple in the south Phoenix community and the family's mother and her five children are carrying on the legacy. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen explains.
The big hat company that exploded on the scene after an NFL player wore one in a post-game interview is based in Phoenix. We're talking about Noggin Boss.
The Florida lawmaker who sponsored the "Parental Rights in Education" bill resigned on Thursday, one day after authorities announced his indictment on charges of defrauding a federal COVID-19 loan program for small businesses. Gov. Ron DeSantis will have to call a special election to replace him.
People like to keep birds as pets, but often, they don't realize what birds need to stay healthy. One Arizona woman started doing her own research making her own food for birds, and eventually she turned it into a business. In tonight's Made in Arizona, we're checking out Christine's Chop Shop.
Black Friday and Small Business Saturday are some of, if not, the busiest days on the calendar for local business owners. FOX 10’s Marissa Sarbak breaks down why these weekends are not just good for small businesses, but for all Arizonans.
Big retailers often have the spotlight when it comes to holiday shopping, but Small Business Saturday, which happens on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, gives small businesses some time in the spotlight. Here's what you should know about the annual shopping event.
Surprise business, VetLink Solutions, is helping disabled veterans get services and access to their benefits. We have what to know.
Whiteman’s Machine Shop, a Phoenix staple for decades, is a total loss. The owners and family, of course, are left devastated. Eleven10 Garage is also reeling from the impact, emotionally and financially. We have how you can help.
It's the end of the monsoon season, but for those in Flagstaff, the monsoon caused damage that'll take some time to recover from. The Small Business Administration is offering low-interest rate loans to those impacted.
We're talking breakfast. For some, it's a delicious bowl of your favorite cereal and for others, it's just a cup of coffee. A Phoenix-area doctor came up with the idea to combine the two in a cup to fit our busy schedules. In this Made in Arizona, we introduce you to Espress-O's Cereal.
Since 2020, the Secret Service initiated more than 3,850 pandemic related fraud investigations.
The decision to allow a funeral home owner to run the Mohave County Medical Examiner's Office is called into question as other funeral homes allege they've stopped receiving the number of death calls they used to. Is a conflict of interest to blame?
Happy Tails Barkery held a doggy frozen yogurt social on Aug. 20. Some lucky pups got to enjoy a fun day in the sun while chowing down on free yogurt, and other tasty treats. What sets Happy Tails apart from other pet stores is that all of its treats are also safe for human consumption.