Opinion: It’s going get ugly before it gets positively hideous as the Republican candidates for Arizona governor stoop to show who is the Trumpiest of all.
(Photo via San Tan Brewery Instagram) By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group The SanTan Brewery Company Inc. is looking to add patio space at
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The City of Chandler is looking at rezoning seven acres at Arizona Avenue and Elliot Road for
Arizona voters overwhelmingly support a pathway to citizenship for some immigrants who meet some conditions for eligibility, according to a poll released Wednesday. By Laura
By Michael Doudna | News 12 Phoenix PHOENIX — Get vaccinated, get a weekly COVID Test, or lose your job. These are the choices facing
By Brandon Brown | Phoenix Business Journal The director of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is questioning whether the Arizona Coyotes have considered how the
(Photo via Embrey Partners LLC) By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal San Antonio-based Embrey Partners LLC is set to build a $100 million apartment community in midtown Phoenix. Plans
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services The question of whether Arizona gets to enforce a new restriction on the right to abortion could turn
By Mark Carlisle | Your Valley More housing is planned near Phoenix’s Steele Indian School Park. A development of 72 three-story townhomes is planned by
By Adrian Skabelund | AZ Daily Sun The Coconino County Board of Supervisors approved a new rural subdivision within the greater Flagstaff area last week.
By Real Estate Daily News PHOENIX, ARIZONA – Arizona healthcare leaders have joined forces to increase affordable housing in the state because they have something in
By Ron Eland | Red Rock News A Southern California developer is looking to build a hotel on Schnebly Hill Road and is currently in
(Image by Brick & West) By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal California-based Eureka Restaurant Group is planning to open the first location of Electric
By Jeff Gifford | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona nonprofit power company Salt River Project said it is planning to develop its largest standalone solar power
By Diego Píña | Chamber Business News More than 50 Arizona business groups are urging the state’s congressional delegation to reject several tax increases included