By Howard Fischer, Capital Media Services | Verde Independent The question of whether voters get to decide whether to outlaw “dark money’’ could depend on
By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic Felicita Mendoza, who up until this week was Councilman Michael Nowakowski’s chief of staff, will serve as Phoenix councilwoman for
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Southwest Value Partners in its fight to stop the mine from locating in the middle of the Pulte Merrill ranch
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents TEP CAC By Jake Kincaid | Arizona City Independent Central Arizona College cut the ribbon on two new buildings
San Tan Times Today Commissioner Andy Tobin submitted a letter requesting that the Arizona Corporation Commission have an emergency hearing to vote on an emergency
AZBigMedia Sigma Contracting, Inc. completed the last two infill buildings for multifamily project Fountains in the Green, which was 100 percent occupied upon delivery.
By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News Wilson Gee has to wait a little longer to regain full control of the Club West and Ahwatukee
By Josh Martinez | Queen Creek Independent Queen Creek Town Council approved an amendment to an intergovernmental agreement between Queen Creek, Mesa and Gilbert regarding
Trent Hancock is in the third generation of family members to lead Camelot Homes in Scottsdale. Builder Camelot Homes in Scottsdale has appointed Trent
By Erin Ford | Grand Canyon News The banners are hung, a groundbreaking has been held and some concrete plans are coming together for
By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The fight over whether Arizonans get to vote on a renewable energy measure has
By Roger Vincent | Los Angeles Times Students from Arizona State University’s journalism school will soon be typing away in the Herald Examiner building
California’s booming tech sector has helped the state’s real-estate markets to recover By Jacob Passy | Marketwatch When the Great Recession hit, the unemployment
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.