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Gov. Doug Ducey did not act illegally in blocking the eviction of tenants who have not been paying their rent, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Christopher Coury ruled last week.

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A Mesa bar owner and 21 other tavern operators from around the state are asking the Arizona Supreme Court to rule that Gov. Doug Ducey does not have the constitutional authority to shut them or any other business down.

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Arizona Boardwalk – the home of OdySea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland – has reopened to the public just in time for Memorial Weekend.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made life anything but peachy for Carrie and Mark Schnepf, but the Queen Creek farmers aren’t about to let it destroy one of their favorite times of the year.

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As 2019 inched to a close, the world was normal as Aaron and Janine Moeller decided they would move their 5-year-old Ahwatukee PostNet outlet across the street to a new space with better parking and other amenities.

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The abrupt economic downtown created by the COVID-19 pandemic is doing something to the Valley housing market that hasn’t occurred for months – driving up the inventory of homes for sale.

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Arizona shoppers could end up having to pay more for eggs as state lawmakers look to protect the state’s major producer from an animal rights initiative drive.

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A private East Mesa mountain casita with stunning desert views, beautiful pool in a private yard and a short distance from Tonto National Forest is on Airbnb’s list of “Most Wish Listed Homes” in Arizona.

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Eleven years ago, Ken Chan was working in real estate, not too happy about that gig in the aftermath of the housing industry collapse, when he heard a remark that changed his life around.

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Aqua-Tots Swim Schools, one of the world’s largest swim franchises, officially opened its international headquarters in East Mesa with some fanfare that included Mayor John Giles and Councilman Jeremy Whitaker.

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When Ann and Jenny Siner opened their first My Sister’s Closet in Phoenix nearly 30 years ago, they wanted more than just a clothing store. They wanted a way of giving back to the community.

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Northeast Mesa resident Anna Marie Stone has done plenty in her life. She’s owned a cleaning business in Atlanta, worked with the likes of Don Williams and Mickey Gilley on fundraisers and staged homes for sale. 

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Thousands of Arizonans were in line for a wage bump Jan. 1, as the last phase in a 2016 voter-approved increase in the minimum wage kicked in.

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According to the American Census there are 39.6 million Americans who claim Irish descent. I…

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“It’s the end of the year as we know it, and I feel fine.” And 2015 was an interesting year …

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