Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Afternoon Headlines Tuesday

Water inconvenience has Phoenix turning to bottle Phoenix residents turned off water sprinklers, took shorter showers or skipped it altogether and bought bottled water - some hoarding it by the cases - as they woke early Tuesday to find the city's water system under unusual strain. • Q&A with Phoenix officialsAirport stops serving coffee, fountain drinksResorts turn to bottled water, ask guests to limit showers Downtown group honors Jerry Colangelo After having more than his share of tough times in 2004, Jerry Colangelo started 2005 out on a strong note when the Downtown Phoenix Partnership gave him the Private Sector/Individual Award as part of the Downtown Revitalization Effort Awards of Merit and Recogniton (DREAMR). Bill proposed to prohibit 'offshoring' of state contracts A measure has been put forward at the state Legislature prohibiting the foreign outsourcing of state government work. Napolitano touts targeted tax cuts to East Valley business leaders Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano went to the Republican-oriented East Valley Tuesday, touting her tax cut plans to business leaders. Event to feature eWomenNetwork founder Sandra Yancey, founder and chief executive of eWomenNetwork.com, will headline the Arizona Women's Business Exchange on Feb. 3 at the Arizona Club in Phoenix.

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