By Jim Cross | KTAR Nearly half of Arizonans believe the state is headed in the wrong direction, a poll said. The Behavior Research Center
By Kristena Hansen | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona lost a staggering 2,200 construction jobs between March and April, more than half of which were in
Business Real Estate Weekly by Rose Law Group Phoenix – A company formed by Crow Holdings Capital Partners LLC in Dallas, Tex. paid $19.75 million
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By Cesar Neyoy | Yuma Sun A familiar face will return to San Luis politics this year as former Mayor Nieves Riedel competes for a
RLGR Staff Democrat Avondale Mayor Marie Lopez Rogers has filed her paperwork to run for the District 5 post on the Maricopa County Board of
By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star Optimism about the growing number of residents settling on Tucson’s southeast side is prompting the development of several
By Weldon B. Johnson, The Republic | azcentral.com Before there was grass in Arizona golf, there was golf at the San Marcos Hotel Golf Course.
By Richard H. Dyer | Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA A total of 228 two-story homes will be constructed next to the Dreamland Villa and Velda
Jay and Jessica Santos have coached gymnastics at Arizona State since 2017. Jessica was an assistant until June, when she was promoted to co-head coach.
A sign sits on a table informing discussion participants what the political topic is and who’s commenting it at the Student Pavilion on the Tempe
Bill Gates, a member of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, stands at the podium with board chairman Jack Sellers in the background after the
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By Russ Wiles | Arizona Republic Arizona’s employment totals continue to rebound from the COVID-19 outbreak, with Gov. Doug Ducey on Thursday proclaiming that all