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Eighteen months ago, Ariel Enriquez found space for his five children at Park Place Condominiums in north Tucson. Soon after they moved in, the rent went up $200, to $1,700. With his struggle to pay the increase, the single father fell behind and was charged late fees, pushing his rent over $1,800. The family was evicted in April.

Enriquez, who’s an independent contractor, gathered his five boys and moved to a rundown apartment owned by a family member on Tucson’s south side, almost 14 miles…

“It’s difficult to go back,” the Rev. M. Douglas Peters said about the ongoing effort to restore Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church to its former self after a major fire in 2018.

The owners plan to refurbish an existing building to create an sports training facility and gathering space with a kitchen, as well as a drive-up/pickup window.

GT Real Estate Holdings' Chapter 11 bankruptcy case moved forward again today with a continued hearing. And some of the case's next steps are beginning to come into focus.

A custom-built home in Hartland that has an indoor sports court is on the market for $2,645,000. Get a look inside the 10,759-square-foot luxury home, which includes six bedrooms, a four-car heated garage and an indoor basketball hoop, volleyball net and batting cage.

The Copper Crow had been open just a few weeks when flooding from a burst pipe caused significant damage. The owners regrouped, restored and now they're ready to reopen.

The 9,100-square-foot home has 152 feet of ocean frontage and spans four lots, three of which are used as a hedge maze, perennial garden, Monarch butterfly habitat and koi pond with waterfalls.

The high desert scenery of New Mexico offers much to visitors in Albuquerque — especially those who experience it in its natural setting. Albuquerque may not be known for its robust skyline; however, what we are known for will make you want to rush out to the nearest sports outlet for a great pair of hiking boots — or to pause that Peloton you bought during the pandemic and dust off your bike. Spring and fall offer the best times of year to enjoy the outdoors, but our beautiful city has over…

Most people think of blue skies, hot air balloons and red or green chile when they think of Albuquerque, New Mexico. However, the colors of our foods, the landscape and its diverse culture can also be found in the vibrant art scene that is on display in many of the public spaces throughout the city landscape that both locals and tourists have been eager to explore.

Art is everywhere

Over 150 murals supported by the City of Albuquerque’s Public Art program wrap buildings and walls like gifts…