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Past articles by Courtney:

Arizona to lose 21% of its Colorado River water in 2023

Lake Mead, the nation's largest reservoir, continues to decline so rapidly it will operate at a Level 2a Shortage Condition beginning in 2023, the Department of Interior announced on Tuesday. → Read More

Free legal help for renters facing eviction

Free legal assistance is available for renters in the City of Phoenix and Maricopa County who are facing imminent eviction. → Read More

Valley grandparents say they need the same help as foster parents

Molly Dunn with Children's Action Alliance said there are no financial supports available to Arizona families in informal kinship placements. → Read More

APS, Commissioners debate reasons for rate increase request

Arizona Public Service (APS) spent Tuesday justifying its latest rate increase to utility regulators. → Read More

Garfield neighborhood in downtown Phoenix benefits from recovery

One of the oldest neighborhoods in Phoenix, the Garfield neighborhood downtown, has become known for hipsters, Arizona State University students, and especially artists. → Read More

Phoenix family evicted after rental help delays

Without proof of an application for rental assistance the writ was granted. Shuntera Brown's family was removed from their apartment on July 26. → Read More

Even with new affordable housing tax credit, Arizona has a long way to go

During the 2020 legislative session, for the first time, Arizona created its own housing tax credit program to be funded at $4 million per year over the next 10 years. → Read More

Renters at Tempe complex scramble for housing after huge increase in rent

Between the hunter-green pool, the rotted wood on balconies, and the overgrown vegetation, the Silverwood Apartment complex near Price Road and Apache Blvd in Tempe has seen better days. → Read More

Valley family shocked by $500 rent increase

Stefanie Netzel hoped that things would stabilize during her son's 1st-grade year, but a letter from her apartment in July 2021 made that unlikely. → Read More

ASU model predicts 80,000 renters at risk for eviction when ban ends

Since March 2020, renters have had limited protections from eviction for non-payment either through state or federal moratoriums due to financial losses from the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

83-year-old man OK after home struck by lightning

Peter Marshall was in surgery when he got word that the house he owns and rents out had been struck by lightning and caught fire on Friday afternoon. → Read More

At west Phoenix barbershop, the Suns are a hot topic

With the Phoenix Suns just a couple of wins away from a championship, fan excitement is intense. → Read More

Valley family reflects on Suns act of kindness during dark time

In her 16 years of life, Grace Campbell made a big impression on a lot of people. → Read More

DES still figuring out how back to work bonuses will work

The Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) is still figuring out how to implement the back-to-work bonuses promised by Governor Doug Ducey. → Read More

Lawmakers pushing for change to AZ law that forces condo owners to sell to investors

Arizona legislators are considering a significant change to the law that allows investors to force condo owners to sell, after reporting by ABC15. → Read More

Arizona utility regulators still deciding how hot is too hot for shutoffs

Commission staff, consumer advocates and utilities widely disagree on how to determine which hot and cold days are too dangerous to cutoff electricity service. → Read More

AZ GOP Senator proposes state-sponsored camps, possible jail for homeless

Arizona legislators are considering a bill that would drastically change how the state handles its unsheltered homeless population. → Read More

Valley agencies helping low-income families become homeowners

ABC15 spoke to three non-profits that sell homes, provide financial assistance, and housing counseling to lower-income households. → Read More

Phoenix rental help line overwhelmed as online portal delay continues

Phoenix residents who are attempting to apply for COVID-19 rental relief funds before evictions resume on April 1 are being met with busy phone lines and no way to file electronically. → Read More

More people mean more problems for affordable housing in Arizona

In his 2020 State of the State Address Governor Doug Ducey boasted that 350,000 jobs had been created since 2015 and that Arizona was “now the number one inbound state in America.” → Read More