Co-Sponsored by the American Planning Association, Arizona Chapter Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute 2018 Land Use Update This year’s Land Use Update focuses on hot
By Emergy Cowan | Arizona Daily Sun Members of the Hopi Tribe are asking the Coconino County Board of Supervisors for help in finalizing a
By Corina Vanek | Arizona Daily Sun The Flagstaff City Council directed city staff to pursue bond financing to pay for the biggest ticket item
(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited, unless they contain factual errors.) Phoenix, AZ, May 16, 2018 –(PR.com)– Join members of the National Association of
By Katherine Clarke | Realtor.com It took weeks for Jade Mills to finger the perp. The real-estate agent had been showing a mansion in Los Angeles’s
By Bill McBride | Calculated Risk Yesterday I reported that sales in Phoenix were down 9% in April compared to April 2017. This was based on
One in 417 properties in Navajo County started the foreclosure process during the first quarter of the year — the highest foreclosure rate in Arizona, according
A new Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysis sizes the building products and materials marketplace, and explores price drivers. By John McManus | Builder Curious to
By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star Amazon has chosen Tucson for a new fulfillment center with plans to hire more than 1,500 full-time employees.
By Antonia Noori Farzan | Phoenix New Times Controversies in the remote southern Arizona town of Arivaca usually involve the U.S.-Mexico border, located 11 miles away
By Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor The Maricopa City Council discussed initial numbers and approved a tentative budget for the 2018 – 19 fiscal year.
By Scott Paulus | Photographer, Milwaukee Business Journal Construction is moving ahead on the $56 million to $60 million renovation and expansion of Milwaukee Brewers’ spring
By Harper Neidig | The Hill The Senate on Wednesday voted to reinstate the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) net neutrality rules, passing a bill that
Greg Patterson, a longtime fixture in Arizona politics who left the Board of Regents under controversy, is planning a return to the state Legislature in
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times Motorists are going to be able to operate their cars and trucks on Arizona
California assisted death law overturned in court Boulder, Colorado, unanimously votes to ban assault weapons, high-capacity magazines A.G.’s office tells frustrated Utah lawmakers it