An evenly divided court could decide the fate of many cases watched closely by state and local officials. By Daniel C. Vock | Gpverning An
By Jessica Suerth | Cronkite News Congress granted a short-term reprieve this week to a visa program that benefits immigrants who invest in U.S. businesses,
Nevada; Upsides and downsides of legalizing recreational marijuana debated Colorado: Yes on Amendment 69: Coloradans should take back their health care No on Amendment 69:
Source: AZRE Attesa, the 2,360-acre recreational motorsports destination being developed by Danrick Builders near Casa Grande, will feature two world-class road racing courses designed by
Arizona Builder’s Exchange A project to make it easier for ever-increasing international commerce to move through Nogales will begin in 2019, two years ahead of
By Kelsey Ramírez | HousingWireAfter the housing bust, the number of foreclosures rose dramatically. From 2006 to 2010, foreclosure inventory rose by nearly 2 million,
By Jonathan Smoke | realtor.com Once upon a time, all across this great land, consumers lacked information and insights into the housing market. If you
By Jackson Dorsey | ArizonaBigMedia Located in one of the most arid regions of the United States, the city of Phoenix struggles with reducing its
By Teke Wiggin | inman Brexit may have given a lift to the U.S. housing market by putting downward pressure on mortgage rates. But a
By David Brown, East Valley Tribune Adaire Ridenour, a millennial, loves her detached leased home for the privacy it offers. In the same community, Avilla
Continuing with its voter-approved “Building Our Future Bond Program” implementation, Maricopa Integrated Health System has issued an RPF for a firm to provide the resources
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Gov. Doug Ducey will have four Republicans, two political independents and a Democrat to
Opinion: The governor and a divided Legislature better learn to compromise, and quick, or Arizona’s vote could end up not counting in 2024 and beyond.
By Phoenix Business Journal, KTAR Sandra Day O’Connor, who blazed a trail from Arizona to become the first woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme
By Adrian Skabelund | AZ Daily Sun Changes to city zoning code designed to incentivize affordable housing and sustainable building may be on the way.