By Peter Corbett, The Republic | azcentral.com Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers is asking the Arizona Attorney General to investigate a meeting between City Council members
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal The Tempe Chamber of Commerce worries proposed building height restrictions near airports could take a big bite out
By Evan Wyloge | Arizona Capitol Times Vernon Parker, Republicans hoping to fill two vacant seats on the state’s energy and water regulating commission, say
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Another California investor has bought another Phoenix commercial property. California-based LBK Trust III has acquired the Westwood Business
By Mike Sunnucks |Phoenix Business Journal The city of Phoenix has received seven proposals for the redevelopment of the Barrister Place Building and adjacent land
ELLIOTT D. POLLACK & Company Much of the economic data continues to show positive movement. One measure, the Leading Indicators index, tells an interesting story.
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Yvonne Wingett Sanchez, Mary Jo Pitzl and Alia Beard Rau | The Republic I’m too sexy for my shirt … The biggest splash of Republican
By Eric Jay Toll for Arizona Builder’s Exchange The clock is ticking on a RFQ from Douglas looking for design, civil, CRE, planning and development
By Eric Jay Toll for Arizona Builder’s Exchange In the rolling, undeveloped outskirts of the metro area, tracts are easy to plan, grade and build.
By Eric Jay Toll for Arizona Builder’s Exchange People are speaking and Valley Metro is listening. Going on the road with six routes for the
By Anne Ryman, The Republic | azcentral.com It’s only a dirt lot now, but the future site for Arizona State University’s law school is beginning
CBS 5 – KPHO Joseph Wood, currently on death row here in Arizona, was convicted and sentenced to death by lethal injection for gunning down