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PHOENIX — Home builders can't escape their legal responsibility to create "habitable'' houses by instead giving buyers a different kind of warranty, the state Court of Appeals has ruled. In … more
The city of Phoenix is drafting a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the city by two-thirds by 2030 and reach zero greenhouse gas emissions and zero waste by 2050. Phoenix’s Climate … more
Cardinals fans got their first look at the team on the field Friday, and are already making early impressions. more
When Tempe resident, Victoria Thurman’s grandfather complained about the lack of artwork on the walls at his assisted-living facility, she noticed an opportunity for her photography to serve a … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey wants the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn it’s historic decision in Roe v. Wade and leave the question of whether to allow abortion in Arizona to state lawmakers … more
Arizona Department of Health Services reported 1,759 new coronavirus cases and 15 new deaths Thursday, for a total of 923,204 cases and 18,200 deaths. more
Old dogs have something to wag about this summer, as The Grey Muzzle Organization announces the recipients of its annual grants, and dogs at Lost Our Home Pet Rescue are among the winners. Lost … more
David Paich and Jeff Porcaro of the ‘80s supergroup Toto penned the oft-misquoted lyric of their most enduring pop-rock hit, exclaiming “I bless the rains down in Africa.” This … more
PHOENIX — Groups linked to Donald Trump and conspiracy theories about the 2020 election have put more than $5.7 million into the audit run by a man who himself has touted some of the same … more
Buckeye has landed a major battery manufacturing facility that could produce up to 3,000 jobs for the region and hundreds of millions in investment. Idaho-based Kore Power Inc. announced its first … more
PHOENIX — Ken Bennett is unhappy with what’s going on at the Senate’s audit of the 2020 election and threatened Wednesday to quit, though it now looks like he’s staying … more
For the fist time since February, Scottsdale is now in high community transmission, Maricopa County data shows. According to the Maricopa County Schools Dashboard, during July 11-17, Scottsdale … more
An industrial development is to be constructed on 9.9 acres west of Hawes Road on the north side of Ray Road. The property’s design and landscaping recently were recently by the Mesa Design … more
PHOENIX -- The state's top health official is quitting. Dr. Cara Christ is leaving as director of the Department of Health Services to become chief medical officer at Blue Cross Blue Shield of … more
Peoria is back to requiring masks in city buildings for vaccinated and unvaccinated people, following a recent change in COVID-19 health guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. more
What do you get when you combine a soccer aficionado with proven servant leadership, deep respect for nature, and a desire to uplift and motivate children for the future betterment of society? The … more
Arizona government and business leaders joined Amtrak officials in a virtual roundtable Tuesday encouraging Congress to fund a passenger rail new line connecting Phoenix to Tucson. The proposed … more
As federal protections for renters distressed by the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis are set to expire at the end of the month, officials and experts wonder what impact a long-dreaded eviction … more
Full-time minimum wage workers can’t afford a two-bedroom apartment in any state, according to a recent report from affordable housing advocates, and with housing costs skyrocketing in Arizona, many workers are struggling. more
PHOENIX — Senate President Karen Fann now wants documents from Secretary of State Katie Hobbs in a sign the audit, which was supposed to be only about the 2020 election results, is expanding in … more
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