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Home prices are on the rise across Arizona. Since 2011 property values have increased by roughly 83 percent in Maricopa County alone. On the surface, these numbers may seem like simple averages. But rising prices can often spell changes in a community.
An area covering less than two square miles in downtown Phoenix has been attracting major money. According to the Downtown Phoenix Partnership Inc., more than $5 billion in public and private dollars has poured into downtown since 2005, much of it going to new housing.
San Francisco-based Zenefits, a health insurance broker that makes human resources software for other startups, settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission for almost $1 million late last week.
The number of Americans with a favorable view of Mexico has grown, while the number of Mexicans with a favorable view of the United States has rapidly declined, according to data from the Pew Research Center.
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University has just published a report called Reforming Criminal Justice. One hundred twenty legal scholars got together to compile the publication.
Just in time for Halloween trick or treating, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is out with new numbers to guide some final costume choices. And it has nothing to do with the outfit but the accessories.
Tuesday is the final day Sun City's Posse will be an official part of the Maricopa County Sheriff's Posse Program. After that, it will still share information with the Sheriff's Office but be an independent service organization.
Fewer Americans are giving to charitable organizations than they used to, according to numbers compiled over the past 15 years. In 2005, Americans gave an average of $1,024 a year. As of 2015, the number was $872 per person. Una Osili, Associate Dean for Research at the Lilly School, goes inside the numbers.
Axon Citizen will allow people to upload photos or videos, and police departments to call for evidence for crimes under investigation. Here to talk about it is Kevin Robinson, who spent more than 35 years with the Phoenix Police Department and is now a lecturer in the Criminal Justice Program at ASU.
The so-called Zinke Plan for U.S. public lands has wiped out any mentions of climate change and will speed up permitting for oil and gas drilling permits. Here to talk about the new information is Adam Federman, a reporting fellow with the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute.
Whitefish Energy was granted a $300 million contract to help restore Puerto Rico's power infrastructure. Questions were immediately raised about the small company, which was from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's hometown, and the Whitefish's contract with the island was cancelled this weekend. Two million people are still without electricity in Puerto Rico.