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  • MURDERING THE TRUTH

    published December 29, 1994

    As the centerpiece of a high-profile investigative series, the Arizona Republic published a story suggesting Arizona Boys Ranch employees had... More >>

  • BUYING A GILA MONSTER

    published November 24, 1994

    Just a couple of miles north of Interstate 8, where the freeway cuts through some of southwest Arizona's harshest desert, lies a narrow... More >>

  • THE BEST OF FIFE

    published November 3, 1994

    As election day nears, so dawns the realization that by this time next week, we might not have Governor J. Fife Symington III to kick around... More >>

  • A NEW CHAPTER IN THE ESPLANADE SAGA

    published November 3, 1994

    Last spring, the state's largest daily newspaper launched an expensive legal challenge to force the federal Resolution Trust Corporation to unseal... More >>

  • COURT OF NO RESORT

    published October 20, 1994

    While Tempe attorney Barbara Ross was preparing to represent a client in a civil trial, her former husband was busy, too. He was quietly... More >>

  • MANUFACTURING GOOD WILL

    published September 29, 1994

    "Here we go!" exclaims Phoenix Mayor Thelda Williams, cutting a yellow ribbon and watching it flutter to her feet. Ribbon... More >>

  • THE NEW 'SCOPES TRIAL

    published September 29, 1994

    These are troubled times for University of Arizona astronomers. Their 15-year effort to build a $200 million, seven-telescope... More >>

  • CIGNA NURSES A GRUDGE

    published September 22, 1994

    The calls started rolling in early last Thursday morning. CIGNA employees were calling to say that someone had emptied the New... More >>

  • WARNING CIGNA

    published September 15, 1994

    La Donna Sell was talking to her son when she set down the phone to answer the door. Suddenly, she fell to the floor, as one spasm after... More >>

  • VENERABLE VULNERABLE

    published September 8, 1994

    Guided by moonlight, we easily slide through a seam in the chain-link fence surrounding the property and head for the back door of the grand old... More >>

  • A LAME DUCK IN HOT WATER

    published August 11, 1994

    John Thul walks to the back of his nearly completed $8 million sheet-metal-stamping plant and gazes at the undeveloped rangeland stretching for... More >>

  • FOLLOWING THE MONEYA NEW COURT FILING CLAIMS DEAN BREWER LOOTED CHARTER TITLE VERY THOROUGHLY, INDEED

    published August 4, 1994

    It was New Year's Eve 1991. And Dean Brewer wanted a little cash. Like he had so many times before, Brewer tapped into Charter Title Agency... More >>

  • SHAME AND FORTUNE

    published July 7, 1994

    Towering trees line the twisting country lane leading to the top of Seminary Ridge in the horse country of Lutherville, Maryland. At the crest... More >>

  • SORRY, YOU'VE BEEN RE-ENGINEEREDPALO VERDE LAYS OFF HUNDREDS, OUSTS UNION TRADESMEN, IN STREAMLINING EFFORT

    published June 22, 1994

    Arizona Public Service Company is quietly laying off hundreds of workers at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station and replacing 200 union... More >>

  • THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULDN'T

    published June 8, 1994

    Operating problems continue to mount at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station. It seems Arizona Public Service Company engineers have had... More >>

  • MONITOR LAGGARDS

    published June 8, 1994

    When it comes to collecting samples of airborne radioactive dust, more is not merrier for the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station. Internal... More >>

  • SECRETS OF THE PALO VERDE INN

    published June 1, 1994

    Early last Wednesday morning, a determined caravan of workers from Arizona Public Service Company trundled into the dusty, decrepit desert town of... More >>

  • BOY, IS ED'S FACE SCARLETAGENCY DIRECTOR SOLVES PROBLEM, REVIEWS LITERATURE IN ONE AMAZING MEMO

    published May 11, 1994

    A management crisis is sweeping the rank and file at the state Department of Environmental Quality. Unfortunately, it has nothing to do with... More >>

  • THE NUKE GETS TAX BREAKS WHILE THE COUNTY FLOUNDERS

    published April 27, 1994

    An illustration of an atom is one of the four symbols emblazoned on Maricopa County's official government seal. It is there to reflect the... More >>

  • DANGEROUS GAMES, YOUR MONEYA NEW TIMES INVESTIGATION

    published April 27, 1994

    Early last year, then-Maricopa County manager Roy Pederson found himself sitting across the table from two men who are not easily lost in the... More >>

  • TOTALLY GROWTHIN PRESCOTT, ANTIDEVELOPMENT FORCES GO ON THE OFFENSIVE

    published April 13, 1994

    Prescott is in an uproar because its own Chamber of Commerce motto, "Everybody's Hometown," is coming to pass. The problem is, not all residents... More >>

  • TRADE SECRETS

    published March 30, 1994

    Last October was crunch time for the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ross Perot had been babbling about sucking sounds. No one knew whether... More >>

  • TRADE SECRETS

    published March 30, 1994

    Last October was crunch time for the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ross Perot had been babbling about sucking sounds. No one knew whether... More >>

  • TRADE SECRETS

    published March 30, 1994

    Last October was crunch time for the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ross Perot had been babbling about sucking sounds. No one knew whether... More >>

  • TRADE SECRETS

    published March 30, 1994

    Last October was crunch time for the North American Free Trade Agreement. Ross Perot had been babbling about sucking sounds. No one knew whether... More >>

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