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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

While the rental side of our business is regional, with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. Phoenix, AZ, offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Phoenix, AZ, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Our ground-mounted mobile offices provide comfortable, temperature-controlled workspace without the extra expenses associated with portable office trailers, like stairs, metal skirting or setup and removal fees. Whether you only need one workspace, storage to go with it, or separate rooms in one container, we've got you covered. With our 500 years of combined container fabrication experience, rest easy knowing your mobile office is of the highest quality craftsmanship when you choose Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Phoenix tests new water fountains to provide chilled water year round

Download mp3 (5.42 MB)A new pilot program in Phoenix is increasing public access to chilled water. The city recently installed two fountain prototypes downtown.Just off Washington Street near Third Avenue, in Cesar Chavez Plaza, is a bright blue water fountain. On each side you can get a drink. In the middle, you can fill a bottle.“We don't have a lot of bells and whistles on them,” said Bob Murdock with Murdock Manufacturing, the company that designed and built the fountains. “They're all push-button o...

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A new pilot program in Phoenix is increasing public access to chilled water. The city recently installed two fountain prototypes downtown.

Just off Washington Street near Third Avenue, in Cesar Chavez Plaza, is a bright blue water fountain. On each side you can get a drink. In the middle, you can fill a bottle.

“We don't have a lot of bells and whistles on them,” said Bob Murdock with Murdock Manufacturing, the company that designed and built the fountains. “They're all push-button operated. There's no sensor operation, there's no batteries to replace, there's no chance of, you know, corrosion and anything in the way of electronics.”

The most critical piece of the $7,500 prototype is a chiller located inside the column.

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“You have to have adequate ventilation inside the column and making sure that you have a good inflow and you have a good outflow,” Murdock said. “We’ve designed in and out passages for the air to move in and out without any obstructions of any kind.”

The bright blue fountain has a powder coating to reduce heat while the brushed steel fountain, across the street, next to City Hall, only has coating on the dispenser buttons — at least for now.

“It’s in an area that’s more shaded regularly from the building but we're going to be watching all of this,” said Michael Hammett, director of Phoenix’s office of innovation. ”These are the first two units, we wanted to get them modified up and running, tested, see how folks are using them.”

He said the locations were chosen because they’re near public transit and public buildings and have a history of heat-related emergency calls.

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“We have received complaints over the years from moms, from residents, from visitors, that the water might be as hot as the air in the summertime,” said Councilwoman Yassamin Ansari.

Both fountains are in District 7, which Ansari represents.

“For us, this is imperative because access to cold clean drinking water has been sorely needed and I think far too long overlooked in Phoenix,” she said. “Our public water fountains, whether they're in our parks, in our public facilities, and here outside City Hall, have far too long been nearly an empty gesture, especially in the hot summer months.”

"For us, this is imperative because access to cold clean drinking water has been sorely needed and I think far too long overlooked in Phoenix." — Councilwoman Yassamin Ansari

Restaurants often find themselves providing water to those in need.

“If they’re clearly suffering from heat exhaustion or need water, we’re humans, we’re going to give them water, but it’s just not a sustainable practice,” said Teddy Myers, owner of Chico Malo at CityScape.

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As downtown attracts more students, workers and visitors, the time and expense spent handing out cups of water can not only slow operations but potentially hurt sales.

“I mean, to have a front door full of homeless people asking for water while also trying to help our guests, it would be unsustainable, because they're not. That's not the first impression you want for guests coming in for a high-end experience,” Myers said.

"That's not the first impression you want for guests coming in for a high-end experience." — Teddy Myers, owner of Chico Malo

Ambassadors for Downtown Phoenix Inc, which provides services to businesses, including hospitality and homeless outreach, are letting people know about the new fountains.

Devney Majerle, the group's president and CEO, said staff will also keep eyes on them, “And they will help to ensure that every day these water stations are clean, they’re well-maintained and they feel welcoming to those who want to use them.”

As city leaders announced the pilot program, Art Quiroz listened and tried a fountain.

“I think it’s fabulous,” he said. “I can drink it.”

But the true test will come this summer, as Murdock knows.

“I think Phoenix is going to be a challenge. I think many cities in the Sun Belt are going to be a greater challenge as time goes on with global warming,” he said. “And we can back up and go in the different direction if something doesn't work out correctly. We can redesign the enclosure, we can up the size of the chiller, there’s different things that we can do.”

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Once the chilled water system is perfected — or as close as it can get — Phoenix plans to add fountains throughout downtown and other parts of the city.

Both fountain locations are off Washington Street between First and Third avenues. The bright blue fountain is in Cesar Chavez Plaza, which is east of the Calvin C. Goode Municipal Building, 251 W. Washington St. The stainless steel fountain is in the Marvin A. Andrews Plaza, on the east side of City Hall, 300 W. Washington St.

Suns vs. Nets: Odds, spread, over/under and other Vegas lines - January 31

The Phoenix Suns (27-20) match up with the Brooklyn Nets (19-27) at 8:30 PM ET on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. The matchup airs on ABC, YES, and AZFamily.You will see odds, spreads, over/unders and more across multiple sportsbooks for the Suns vs. Nets matchup in this article.Place your bets on any NBA matchup at BetMGM, and sign up with our link for a first-time deposit bonu...

The Phoenix Suns (27-20) match up with the Brooklyn Nets (19-27) at 8:30 PM ET on Wednesday, January 31, 2024. The matchup airs on ABC, YES, and AZFamily.

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2023 was Sky Harbor Airport’s busiest year ever

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Sky Harbor Airport has always been pretty busy. But in 2023, it was busier than ever! The airport smashed records for the amount of people traveling, with almost 49 million people coming through the airport’s doors last year.“It was not a surprise at all.” Sky Harbor spokesperson Eric Everts said. Everts expected 2023 to be a busy year. “We’ve been reporting our monthly stats all year long,” he said...

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Sky Harbor Airport has always been pretty busy. But in 2023, it was busier than ever! The airport smashed records for the amount of people traveling, with almost 49 million people coming through the airport’s doors last year.

“It was not a surprise at all.” Sky Harbor spokesperson Eric Everts said. Everts expected 2023 to be a busy year. “We’ve been reporting our monthly stats all year long,” he said. “And almost every month has been higher than our previous record in 2019.”

The 48.8 million travelers in 2023 were two and a half million more than the previous record back in 2019 and over 10% higher than 2022 numbers. Twenty-one new destinations were added in 2023, with more like Paris and Tijuana, Mexico, coming in the first half of 2024.

“We’ve still been just as busy, so no slowing down, it looks like,” Everts said. “Especially with the introduction of these new services we have coming up.”

In 2023, Sky Harbor opened new local restaurants like Sip Coffee and Beer and Pedal Haus Brewery. They also partnered with Waymo for new autonomous vehicle pick-ups. Phoenix mayor Kate Gallego says seeing Arizona staples represented at the airport helps people feel more comfortable when traveling.

“I love that Sky Harbor feels like Arizona,” Gallego said. “So many of our local favorites are in the airport. You also see the incredible views of our mountains. And it just feels like a celebration of why people love Phoenix.”

In the short-term, future Sky Harbor improvements include new plane taxiways and an improved concourse. But Gallego is already thinking about bigger-picture ways to make a record-busy airport even busier.

“Right now we have two terminals at Sky Harbor. The city council and I are talking about adding a third one,” she said. “We are hoping to grow in both international and domestic flights. The top of my list is nonstop service to Asia.”

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Phoenix urgent care workers treat an influx of respiratory illnesses

The Banner Health Urgent Care at Central Avenue and Washington Street in Phoenix on Jan. 22 is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and provides flu shots. (Photo by Jack Orleans/Cronkite News)An emergency room entrance to a hospital in Scottsdale run by HonorHealth pictured on Jan. 24. (Photo by Jack Orleans/Cronkite News)The Banner Health Urgent Ca...

The Banner Health Urgent Care at Central Avenue and Washington Street in Phoenix on Jan. 22 is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and provides flu shots. (Photo by Jack Orleans/Cronkite News)

An emergency room entrance to a hospital in Scottsdale run by HonorHealth pictured on Jan. 24. (Photo by Jack Orleans/Cronkite News)

The Banner Health Urgent Care at Central Avenue and Washington Street in Phoenix on Jan. 22 is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and provides flu shots. (Photo by Jack Orleans/Cronkite News)

An emergency room entrance to a hospital in Scottsdale run by HonorHealth pictured on Jan. 24. (Photo by Jack Orleans/Cronkite News)

PHOENIX – As flu season reaches its peak, Maricopa County hospital emergency rooms and urgent care clinics are filling up with people with flu and flu-like illnesses. Health professionals advise residents to take care of themselves and their community members with preventive measures.

Mercedes Morris, a nurse practitioner at Banner Urgent Care, has worked in various facilities throughout the Valley for two years. She feels this year has brought a higher volume of influenza cases than in previous years.

“Influenza can affect all age groups and the seasons are from October through May,” Morris said. “Right now, we’re basically at the peak.”

The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 30,969 cases of influenza in the state since the beginning of the season on Oct. 1 through Wednesday. Both flu and RSV – respiratory syncytial virus – peaked during the holiday season and health providers report seeing an influx of respiratory illness cases ever since then.

Aeyrie Reiff, a family nurse practitioner, has been working with the Banner Urgent Care unit since 2008.

“It’s been busy. I think a lot of that could just be contributed to people interacting with other people again, right?” Reiff said. “We just had Christmas and New Year’s holidays and people were once again allowed or willing to be involved with their families and friends. Anytime you have that intersection, you’re going to have illness.”

This marks a major change from the pandemic, when urgent care facilities were handling high numbers of cases of both influenza and COVID-19, overwhelmed by the number of patients with severe symptoms.

“After going through the pandemic, everything feels simpler,” Reiff said. “The stress, the lack of supplies, the lack of everything that we had during that time really puts into perspective how good we have it.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, professional health care is recommended for those experiencing emergency warning signs of the flu.

Emergency warning signs include: difficulty breathing, persistent chest pain, seizures, lack of urination, severe muscle pain, fever or cough that improve but then return or worsen, and worsening of chronic medical conditions.

Those at higher risk – including people 65 years or older, people with chronic medical conditions, pregnant women and young children – should also pay attention to flu symptoms and visit a health care professional, according to the Maricopa County Public Health Department.

“So with anything, I think numbers are relative, for all this stuff,” Reiff said. “What matters more is how well you’re caring for yourself.

“If you already have a weak kidney or weak lungs or a weak heart, your risk of having a severe case is going to be higher,” Reiff said. “Same thing with COVID or any of these respiratory illnesses.”

Those with high-risk lifestyles, such as essential workers, should evaluate their symptoms before returning to work.

“If you’re a person that is constantly in front of the public, if you’re a person that’s constantly doing things around many people, your risk for getting a communicable disease can be much higher as opposed to someone that does a stay-at-home job,” Reiff said.

Medical professionals say vaccines are essential in protecting yourself and others. Both nurse practitioners said vaccines will be effective throughout the remainder of this year’s flu season; they advised getting them even now.

“Vaccines are important, they help decrease risk. I think that’s what a lot of this comes down to when you think about preventative treatment,” Reiff said. “You need to think about yourself and how much risk you’re putting yourself in.”

“If you’re having any kind of symptoms, fevers, body aches, chills: stay indoors,” Morris said. “Avoid large crowds, wear a mask, good hand hygiene, push lots of fluids.”

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Your favorite San Diego coffee shop is opening in metro Phoenix soon. Here's where and when

Get ready, metro Phoenix caffeine heads: Your favorite summer vacation coffee is making its way to the desert. Better Buzz Coffee, based in San Diego, is set to open its first Arizona location this February.Better Buzz Coffee has gained widespread popularity for its signature "Best Drink Ever.” Better Buzz Coffee has become a symbol of the laid-back and eclectic coffee scene in San Diego and its expansion to several metro Phoenix locations promises to bring its California vibe to coffee lovers around the Vall...

Get ready, metro Phoenix caffeine heads: Your favorite summer vacation coffee is making its way to the desert. Better Buzz Coffee, based in San Diego, is set to open its first Arizona location this February.

Better Buzz Coffee has gained widespread popularity for its signature "Best Drink Ever.” Better Buzz Coffee has become a symbol of the laid-back and eclectic coffee scene in San Diego and its expansion to several metro Phoenix locations promises to bring its California vibe to coffee lovers around the Valley.

Get ready to savor the flavors of San Diego right here in Phoenix. Here's when and where Better Buzz Coffee will open in Phoenix.

Better Buzz Phoenix opening date

Better Buzz Coffee's first Arizona location will open at 717 E. Glendale Ave., Phoenix, in February 2024. The expansion will continue with additional storefronts around the Valley, including in Surprise, where Better Buzz is part of the upcoming Elm Street development.

In the East Valley, a Better Buzz Coffee shop is planned for The Vineyard Towne Center, 37666 N. Gantzel Road, Queen Creek. Stores are also in the works for Tempe and Scottsdale.

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Better Buzz menu

Better Buzz Coffee's food and drink menus can vary by location and may change over time. Here are some of the most popular drinks and food items:

Is Better Buzz coffee gluten free?

Better Buzz Coffee doesn't explicitly promote itself as a gluten-free coffee shop and the availability of gluten-free options may vary by location. Coffee itself is naturally gluten-free. Pastries, baked goods and some flavored syrups have gluten-containing ingredients.

Who owns Better Buzz Coffee?

Better Buzz Coffee started in San Diego. The company was founded by Tim Langdon, who opened the first Better Buzz as a coffee cart in Mira Mesa in 2002. Since then, Better Buzz has expanded to more than 20 locations throughout southern California and now into Arizona.

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How does Better Buzz make their Best Drink Ever?

The specific recipe for Better Buzz Coffee's Best Drink Ever has not been publicly disclosed.

But Better Buzz's Best Drink Ever combines the shop's Life Blend medium roast signature coffee blend with its Vanilla Buzz coffee creamer for a drink with a sweet, rich flavor and creamy texture

How much caffeine is in Better Buzz coffee?

The specific caffeine content in Better Buzz Coffee drinks varies based on the type of coffee bean, the brewing method and the size of the drink.

You can buy their Killer Bee coffee pods online that describe that each pod has 200mg of caffeine.

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