The Phoenix metro area has seen thousands of new apartments being developed during the past few years, and with them has come rising rents.
RentCafe.com found that Phoenix rents rose 7.1 percent last year, compared with a 4 percent increase throughout the U. S.
Rents were climbing in other Valley cities, with Surprise posting the biggest jump of 12.6 percent.
Arizona and other states that expanded Medicaid through the Affordable Care Act could be facing budget gaps if a repeal of the health care coverage law is achieved.
A report released this weekend from consulting firms Avalere Health and McKinsey & Company found that among the several proposals discussed for either replacing or altering the ACA, also known as Obamacare after former President Barack Obama, would impact state budgets, according to a story from KTAR.com.
Arizona is one of dozens of…
Sports TV’s ratings doldrums are hitting local NBA games hard this season. So far, at least 20 teams are posting lower or flat ratings compared with the same point last season.
As of the first week in February, NBA game ratings on regional sports networks (RSN) were down 15 percent in total, a decrease that mirrors other sports as the popularity of news networks during the pre- and post-election cycle has siphoned viewers away from sports.
But media executives say that, much like local NHL ratings,…
Crossroads Inc., the state’s largest residential substance abuse treatment facility, and Student Health Outreach for Wellness, a student-run health clinic also known as SHOW, are teaming to provide comprehensive health and behavioral health services to Crossroads residents.
SHOW is a collaborative effort between the three state universities — Arizona State University in Tempe, Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and University of Arizona in Tucson — to offer free health services to the…