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PHOENIX — State lawmakers quashed the last remaining measure to rein in short-term vacation rentals Thursday concluding that it did so little as to not be worth the effort. Senate Bill 1379 … more
A local real estate company announced the $110 million sale of a prominent commercial building April 1 along the Interstate 17 corridor in north Phoenix. The CBRE Group announced the owner of the … more
Selling a home? Experts say to do your research and if possible, use a realtor. more
A New York-based real estate group successfully bid $65 million to secure land expected to support a new semiconductor facilities plant near Deer Valley Airport.The company, Mack Real Estate Group, … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey is not taking any action to curb the decisions of some cities and counties to ignore his directive that they scrap their mask mandates. And there's no current … more
PHOENIX — If the federal government imposes new restrictions on guns, it's going to have to enforce them without Arizona's help. On a 17-13 margin, the state Senate on Tuesday approved … more
City officials have agreed to install infrastructure on three miles of streets for a Taiwan semiconductor factory. more
Plans are moving along for a multifamily apartment complex near Dynamite Boulevard and Black Canyon Highway, according to a local homebuilder. The complex, called Ascend at Dynamite, will feature a … more
What was once tranquil and delightful neighborhood enclaves in places like the Town of Paradise Valley and Old Town Scottsdale have been transformed to unregulated neighborhood motels, officials … more
Incumbent Tim Fyke and Rob MacGregor were elected to the Anthem Parkside Community Association earlier this month. more
City of Phoenix residents - your water bill could go up over the next two years. Last week, the Phoenix City Council passed a measure that will increase water rates 6.5% by 2022. The first increase- a 3% hike- will take effect later this year - on Oct. 1. The second - a 3.5% increase - will be implemented in March 2022. more
When Arizona expanded its age eligibility for the coronavirus vaccine to anyone over the age of 16 yesterday, it was unclear about what that would mean for county-run sites across the Valley.  more
A hearing meant to help decide the fate of future water rates was cut short Monday after a meager amount of residents voiced concerns during the public session. more
Despite the coronavirus pandemic that has weighed down hospital systems across the U.S. for more than a year now, Banner Health is showing no signs of slowing its growth. more
Some north Phoenix businesses have taken the brunt of the pandemic head-on and appear to be charging out the other side as Arizona’s governor has loosened occupancy limits statewide. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services has opened coronavirus vaccinations for age 16 and older at in Maricopa, Pima and Yuma counties. ADHS announced the move Monday morning. Vaccine … more
PHOENIX — The head of the state House Ways and Means Committee is moving to ensure Arizonans can take advantage of the extra month the feds have given them to file their tax returns. Rep. … more
Phoenix is starting to open back up, at least it's parks On Tuesday, the Phoenix City Council approved a plan to begin to reopen its recreational outdoor facilities such as some city pools and athletic fields. more
A developer planning to build a north Phoenix rental community is asking to hear from nearby residents later this month. The developer, FDG Acquisitions LLC, is asking for the public’s input about the proposed 170-unit single family rental community, just north of Anthem along Interstate 17. more
Putting safety first amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fiesta Bowl Organization and Desert Financial Credit Union will share kindness statewide with a traveling tour coined, “Kindness … more
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