Data from the National Low Income Housing Coalition finds Arizona is in the top half of states, in terms of the affordability of rental housing. With me to talk about this is Tina Tamboer, a residential real estate analyst with The Cromford Report.
"Wonder Woman" brought in more than $40 million this past weekend; that follows its more than $100 million opening weekend, which was the highest-grossing opening weekend ever for a movie directed by a woman.
Many of us are fortunate enough to be in air-conditioned offices and studios, protected from the sizzling sun and harmful heat. But for those who don’t have that option, communities around the Valley are offering cooling stations.
Telecom giant CenturyLink is now facing a $12 billion dollar class action lawsuit, filed this week in a California court. It comes just after a former employee in Gilbert sued for wrongful termination.
Phoenix city staffers will spend the summer trying to figure out what it will cost to hire more than 800 police officers. The bill goes beyond the new hires and could impact other departments and possibly the sales tax.
The impending closure of a coal-fired power plant on the Navajo Nation could lend momentum to a project being considered by tribal leaders to build a tram at the Grand Canyon to fill the economic void.
Parents tell their kids, “Shut the front door, I’m not paying to cool the entire neighborhood.” But research shows that, during Phoenix summers, we do pay to heat the neighborhood — to the tune of 1 to 2 degrees Fahrenheit — thanks to waste heat vented by our air conditioners.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week’s news: Invisi-bill, Scaredy Spice, Prime Purchase. Our panelists read three stories about someone with a real good reason to move out of their house, only one of which is true.