Housing-data analyst Tom Ruff of the Information Market said he was "starting to see a bottom forming" for the market.
The irony here is rich. Let's bitch about the size and scope of government and then use a government bureaucracy to do fundraising. And to whom do they give the money? There are a lot of so called 'tea party' groups out there, which one gets th
Many investors are simply examining the short term attractiveness of a cheap price and forgetting that they are buying in a desert community that relies heavily on cheap oil. Cheap oil is now a thing of the past.
Because of an unusually large federal revision of Arizona's job counts and unemployment rates, the state Department of Commerce said Arizona has at least 40,000 fewer jobs than it had previously reported.
Mary Coyle Ol' Fashion Ice Cream and Yogurt parlor, one of Phoenix's oldest restaurant landmarks, may close before summer.
Public Safety Manager Jack Harris will no longer be involved in the day-to-day operations of the Phoenix Police Department until the city completes another review of controversial kidnapping statistics used to win federal grant money. Executive As
The leadership of this state is changing the AZ Constitution and creating a volunteer "Homeland Security Force" out of the unorganized militia under the control of the Governor. Sounds organized to me. Brown shirt organized.
Where are Arizona's Libertarians when you need them? Ernie Hancock and the folks over at Freedom's Phoenix should be raising bloody Cain right now.
Because Bundgaard had a black eye and cut lip and because of Ballard's injuries, the two of them were to be arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. Instead, Bundgaard used the get-out-of-jail-free card that lawmakers have while they're in session
In January, 358 new-home permits were issued in the region, a 20-year low for the month. New home sales totaled 387.
A Phoenix police lieutenant sent ABC15 a "cease and desist" letter Monday night to try and keep our station from airing an audio interview that reveals a top police official may have known about inaccurate kidnapping statistics. Lt. Lauri Burgett,
Phoenix Tea Party Ron Paul the Key note speaker is being interviewed on KFNX by Steve Kates. Ron Paul states that a large majority of the elites in Washington have no idea how bad it is for the the people out there. They just continue to spin their w
The inaccurate numbers opened Phoenix police to a federal probe. The Dept.of Justice Office of Inspector General is auditing the police department's statistics to determine if inflated statistics were used to obtain millions of dollars in federal gra
A state Senator says not only does a state Senate building “blacklist” exist, but he knows who’s on it. Now some are accusing the Senate President is abusing his power by banning community activists from the public building.
The situation is particularly bleak for homeowners in the Phoenix metro area, which the agency considers Maricopa and Pinal counties. There, prices declined in the last year by more than 15 percent, the biggest drop of any metro area in the nation.
(Send this to your Legiscritters) After sucking money out of the local economy, Redflex and American Traffic Solutions virtually launder [their] stolen funds through pseudo-local offices… and back to their respective faceless investment banks (Goldma
Phoenix activist Salvador Reza was arrested and accused of trespassing at the State Capitol Thursday afternoon. Reza and one other activist, Anayanse Garza, were taken to the Maricopa County Fourth Avenue Jail around 5 p.m., though authorities have n
A political committee made up of attorneys, including the former chairman of the Pima County Democratic Party, has been formed to try to get Southern Arizona to secede from the rest of the state.
Arizona may become the first state to require lenders to prove they have the right to foreclose by providing a complete list of any previous owners of the mortgage, under a bill passed yesterday by its Senate. The legislation, which is headed to
A civil society is important.
And the distressed property share of home sales was an astounding 72 percent in the combined markets of Arizona and Nevada.
In fact, 11 of the cities in Case-Shiller's 20-city index are at new lows for the cycle. These include Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Portland, Seattle and Tampa.
Late last week, the Arizona Senate passed Senate Bill 1178, the Intrastate Commerce Act. The bill provides that all services performed in the state, and all goods grown or made here for consumption within Arizona “are not subject to the authority of
If Arizona's politicians want to restore the state's economy they would be well-advised to conjure up the ghost of Barry Goldwater. On specific economic matters they should do a remake of the “Miracle of Chile” and put the Goldwater Institute in ch
"Arizona's economic recovery is among the fastest in the country," said Karp, speaking to BBVA Compass clients in Phoenix this week. "And we're seeing a faster recovery compared to a few months ago."
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Tempe businessman Brian Epstein says he just wants to be patriotic by decorating his car wash with red, white and blue stars and stripes for Presidents Day. The city says his star-spangled signs are illegal, no matter how much they may remind people
This bill will put an absolute stop to any foreclosure where the originator of the note did not transfer it properly and it will render void upon suit by any person who is foreclosed upon and discovers that the note was never properly conveyed.
So, not so good. What's worse? The big three foreclosure titans continue to look depressing.
Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona, the second highest-ranking Republican in the chamber, announced Thursday that he will retire in 2012. Kyl, the Minority Whip, has served in the US Senate since 1995, and before that held a House seat in Arizona for eight year