Kaine Fisher is the Chairman of Rose Law Group’s Family Law Department; he was recently selected as a Board Member for the Children’s Advocacy League.
If you’re in the Arizona real estate world, these are the top 10 stories you need to know about this week. This is a regular
NEWS RELEASE Local Leaders Believe Hallman is Right Choice to Help Manage State’s Finances A broad coalition of current and former elected officials from almost
By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal Within the past five years, the Amazon Kindle and similar devices have forever changed the way we read
By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal Joseph Hui has become known around Phoenix for his orange Tesla Roadster sprouting a solar system from
By Evan Wyloge | Arizona Capitol Times As it turned out, Arizona’s battle over solar net metering wasn’t what it seemed. The fight appeared to
By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times What was billed as the nation’s largest solar-powered carport system is finally online at the Phoenix VA Health
Despite new public opinion research unveiled this week showing that Americans overwhelmingly fault House Republicans for the recent government shutdown and subsequent closure of national
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼ By Brian Kramer | Casa Grande Dispatch In late 1955, the patriarchs of two powerful American families met on the ranch of Augustus J.
By Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch A variance approved by the Casa Grande Board of Adjustment means one property owner will be allowed
By Mike Ratliff | MHN Online The U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system is not without its share of criticism. While the program has
A lawyer suing American Airlines and US Airways is asking a federal judge to block the airlines’ merger until his case can be heard, AP
By Gary Nelson | The Republic | azcentral.com When Mesa voters approved $79.1 million in new bonds for street projects this month, the city said
By Jen Lebron Kuhney | The Republic | azcentral.com Surprise leaders are under legal and community pressure to re-examine a commission’s decision to approve zoning
Avondale – A company formed by Lake Washington Partners in Issaquah, Wash. (Jordan Lott, principal) paid $39.65 million ($65.66 per foot) to acquire a 603,863-square-foot
From Kevin Hengehold to East Valley Tribune At the Corporation Commission hearings (last) week, I saw dozens of APS solar customers stand up and present