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By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services Arizona voters will face at least eight — and likely as many as 11 — proposals they get
Lake Mead Opinion: Arizona governor candidates agree that water is a priority. But where do they stand on important issues like conservation, augmentation and regulation?
By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal As an entrepreneurial attorney, Jordan Rose is often among the first to identify a trend and establish successful
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By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star A plan to turn a vacant golf course on Tucson’s north side into a housing development for hundreds
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Home prices jumped 20.2% in May compared to a year ago though higher interest rates are expected
(Courtesy of JLL) By Corina Vanek | Arizona Republic The owners of High Street in northeast Phoenix are eyeing expansion in an area north of
By Jodie Newell | Pinal Central CASA GRANDE — The five candidates running in the Casa Grande City Council election spoke about housing, recreation and
By Taylor Griffith | Pinal Central COOLIDGE — “This is not a debate,” said Chamber of Commerce President Matthew McCormick in moderating the Coolidge City
By Endia Fontanez |Arizona Republic The Aug. 2 election is fast approaching, when Paradise Valley voters will elect a mayor and three Town Council members.
Lauren Tolmachoff in north Glendale’s Cholla District By Taylor Seely |Arizona Republic Glendale City Council incumbents seeking reelection on Aug. 2 weighed in on issues
By Sasha Hupka Arizona Republic Six people are vying for three seats on the Chandler City Council. Voters will also see a contested mayoral race