Via KTAR.com Chance The Rapper made his first appearance as a host on ‘Saturday Night Live’ this weekend and boy, did he deliver the laughs.
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal A new Arizona poll shows voters, especially women, backing a new tax on sodas to boost school funding.
Arizona Business Daily The Pima County Board of Supervisors has approved two zoning code amendments that will affect land use in residential zones as well
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Jenn Daniels has been dealt a pretty good hand as Gilbert’s current mayor. The challenge for Daniels and
By Jim Poulin | Phoenix Business Journal This week’s Landmark Leaders special section featured a look at various under-development projects around the Valley. Building on office space
By David McGlothlin | AzBigMedia Tailored after the popular TV show and following the huge success of Shark Tank at ULI Fall Meetings, ULI Arizona
Del Pueblo Communities, Scottsdale, AZ paid $1.6 million ($20.52 PSF) to acquire 1.79 acres located at the SEC Hayden Road & Virginia Avenue in Scottsdale.
By Tony Davis | Arizona Daily Star A new state law making it harder for neighbors to force a “supermajority” vote on rezonings will make
By Matt Roy | YourValley Measure twice, cut once. That message resonated at last week’s public meeting on future development of the City Center. Surprise
By Jake Kincaid | San Tan Valley Sentinel The San Tan Valley incorporation effort has been mired in controversy, confusion and misinformation, with many residents
By Max Efrein | The Daily Courier Prescott was labeled “Arizona’s Christmas City” in 1989 by then-Gov. Rose Mofford. The city’s recognition as a Christmas
By Yihyun Jeong | The Republic Look for improvements to WestWorld of Scottsdale ahead of the 2018 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in January, as the city continues to develop
By Mary Jo Pitzl | The Republic In a rare move, the state Court of Appeals has reversed a decision that severed a mother’s rights
By Lindsay Moore | Phoenix New Times After losing out on a $65 million deal, developer R Lamar Whitmer was presumably pretty disappointed. The developer
California: Charles Manson, mastermind of 1969 murders, dies at 83 Utah judges want to know more about defendants before they set bail — but lawmakers
Kip Wilborn from Manoa Valley Theatre (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification.) HONOLULU — Starting Wednesday, Oct. 20, some restrictions on indoor seated entertainment
(Photo via Samsung Press Release) By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal For the sixth time since the land first went for sale in April,
By KTAR PHOENIX — A groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday for a 24-story downtown Phoenix apartment tower that is projected to be open by 2023.