Bill for self-driving safety stalled in Senate Auto makers and other companies racing to commercialize self-driving car technology are facing pushback from local politicians, complicating
ACC implements partial moratorium on new hookups; clears the way for Queen Creek interconnections By Dana Trumbull The first step to overcoming a problem
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InMaricopa The most expensive home sold in Maricopa Sept. 16-Oct. 15 was a two-story in The Villages. The 12-year-old home has a pool, gourmet
By Tara Alatorre | The Foothills Focus Maricopa County held a public meeting last week regarding its intent to update the nearly 20-year-old New
By Tim Steller | Arizona Daily Star The good news keeps rolling in about planned hotel developments in downtown Tucson. Two Marriott brands, Moxy and
By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star Plans to redevelop the grounds of Tucson’s iconic Benedictine Monastery have overcome one hurdle after the city’s
By Rachel Gold | San Tan Valley Sentinel What started off as an open house forum transitioned into a public town hall addressing the
Queen Creek Independent Salt River Project plans to add 1,000 megawatts of new utility-scale solar energy to its system by the end of fiscal
New homes will be the builder’s first in the award-winning master plan Real Estate Daily News Rancho Sahuarita has announced that the first homes
InMaricopa Fourth graders grilled Maricopa’s mayor and city manager on meaty issues of the day, from economic development and traffic to cows. Tuesday, Christian
AZBigMedia WESTMARC handed out its annual Best of the West Awards Thursday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale. The Best of the West Awards competition
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services via Arizona Daily Star On paper, the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office, just won by a Democrat for
By Jason Stone | East Valley Tribune It’s hard to believe now, but once upon a time, the general public was terrified of automobiles.
AZBigMedia Commercial Investment Real Estate (CIRE) Equity announced five new tenants at Park West in Peoria. FOREVER 21, Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers, Koi Poke, Orange Theory Fitness and Creamistry are all slated to open
By TaMeia Murphy | Downtown Devil The debate against the controversial South Central Light Rail extension continued at a public forum Tuesday as residents voiced