By Joseph Flaherty | Phoenix New Times After teasing a campaign for months, former Arizona attorney general Grant Woods announced he will not run
PinalCentral Staff U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., urged members of a congressional committee this week to support better cellphone service for residents of an RV
AZBigMedia The total annual economic impact of construction and operations within Arizona’s apartment industry is the equivalent to the state playing host to more than
Casa Grande Dispatch Newly released numbers from the Arizona Department of Tourism show that tourists spent over $500 million in Pinal County in 2017.
By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic Downtown Phoenix has no “workforce housing” — housing that is affordable to people who make between $38,000 and $48,000 annually — according to
Public-Private Partnership hoped to bring lodging, dining, retail to tournament sports site Real Estate Daily News As construction of 20 pickleball courts and 12 professional
AZBigMedia The Greater Phoenix industrial real estate market posted an active 2018, with sales volume up 33 percent over 2017 and construction of new industrial
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fulton Homes AZBigMedia In January, Fulton Homes announced that it is opening its newest family friendly community, Lakeview Trails
By Laura Gómez | Arizona Mirror An incendiary political flyer hit the race for Phoenix mayor last week. The flyer is titled “Daniel Valenzuela
By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror Arizonans could face a use-it-or-lose situation with the Permanent Early Voting List under a bill approved by a Senate
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