California, at Forefront of Climate Fight, Won’t Back Down to Trump ‘Sister Wives’ case should not go to U.S. Supreme Court, argues Utah A.G.’s office
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By Clare Trapasso | realtor.com It’s been said that the only constant in life is change itself. Democrats give way to Republicans; hoverboards give way
By Alister Bull | Bloomberg Donald Trump’s unexpected victory in the November U.S. presidential election could prove a pivotal moment for the U.S. housing market,
By Patrick O’Grady | Phoenix Business Journal Phoenix home prices rose again in October and were setting a decent pace for the year, according to
By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times State lawmakers are making a new bid to make it easier for public officials to
NPR via CDC By Yana Kunichoff and Alison Steinbach | Arizona Republic Research on the effect of masks in public schools found schools in Maricopa
The Senate’s “audit” team presented its report on Sept. 24, 2021. L to R: Ben Cotton of CyFIR, Doug Logan of Cyber Ninjas, Randy Pullen.
By Ken Sain | Arizonan Leah Powell, Chandler’s neighborhood resources director, freely admits she was worried going into the 2020 Census. That’s because millions of
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By Jay Taylor | InMaricopa An enormous development is in the works that could bring more than 6,000 homes and 17,000 residents to the city.