By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Tucson Electric Power customers who own electric vehicles could soon get new incentives for charging them at home,
By Jim Headley | InMaricopa The final edition of the Maricopa Area Transportation Plan (ATP) debuted Tuesday night at a city council work session. The report,
By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic This August, Phoenix residents will have another opportunity to vote on the future of light rail. A group of
\ By Jim Small -February 6, 2019 (Editor’s note:Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) There is a curious newsletter that periodically lands
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fulton Homes Queen Creek Independent With Fulton Homes’ new farm-themed master-planned community Barney Farms set for groundbreaking in 2019,
Developer has several adaptive reuse and new construction projects in the works in downtown Phoenix By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal Roosevelt Row’s largest office
By Emily Bregel | Arizona Daily Star A development slated to bring 70,000 more residents to Benson is yet again entangled in a legal battle.
By Thomas Triolo | Downtown Devil The Phoenix City Council’s Planning and Economic Development Subcommittee voted on Tuesday to indefinitely postpone changing a height restriction on
By Matthew Ball | REDEF Much has been said about Fortnite’s revenue, users, business model, origin and availability. But these narratives are overhyped. What
County Attorney Bill Montgomery among the list By Dillon Rosenblatt | Arizona Capitol Times Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is one of 11 applicants
By Kyle Swensen | Washington Post In a ruling that could have a tremendous impact on millions of Americans, a federal judge in Washington D.C.
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Phoenix Rising Football Club in its discussions with Scottsdale.) Via Your Valley (Photo Courtesy of Scottsdale Unified School District) The
By Symone Strong | Builder A passion for public service has been ingrained in Sheryl Palmer’s way of life since age 16, when she worked
Field workers cut Swiss chard, bringing the produce to workers who sort good plants from bad. Good plants are boxed and sent to market, while