By Bob McManaman, azcentral sports I’d consider taking Ray Rice. There, I said it. When Fox analyst Jimmy Johnson suggested at halftime of the Cardinals-Falcons
Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal In just a couple of years, the long-standing Hayden Flour Mill is going to have a new look
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Mishkin’s Cambridge Properties will demolish the former Rancho Solano Elementary School near Third and Missouri avenues in Phoenix.
By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic | azcentral.com People who apply to Salt River Project to add solar to their homes after Dec. 8 could
By Julia Glum | International Business Times The Supreme Court is reviewing whether social media threats should be considered criminal acts. Reuters The U.S. Supreme
$18.55M sale of the Kyrene Village retail center at the NEC of W. Chandler Boulevard and Kyrene Road (6105 & 6205 W. Chandler Blvd) in
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services/Ahwatukee Foothills News State officials have agreed not to pursue anyone from book sellers to Internet posters under a
By Trey Garrison | HousingWire (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) In what will come as a complete surprise to an
A new study by George Washington University’s Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis has rekindled the debate over whether there are conflicts of interest
The Pinal County Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday held its very first meeting at the new Emergency Operations Building in Florence — and Rose Law Group was there!
By YourValley Rose Law Group, 7144 E. Stetson Drive, suite 300, announces the addition of commercial litigation attorney Ryan Bradway to its firm. Bradway focuses his practice on
By CNBC Elon Musk said late Wednesday that Tesla will hold a shareholder vote on whether to transfer the electric car maker’s state of incorporation to Texas. The billionaire
By Dan Kingston | AZ Cannabis News Arizona’s most innovative law firm and largest law firm founded by a woman in state history, Rose Law Group is delighted to announce the return of Ryan Hurley, the “Father of Cannabis Law” in Arizona,