In the wake of a report that Scottsdale served 70,000 residents drinking water laced with illegal levels of a suspected carcinogen, city officials... More >>
Early in 1995, Mary Simmerer stumbled upon an alarming situation.
Simmerer, who manages a section of the Arizona Department of... More >>
In late September, New Times detailed the troubles of Phoenix attorney Ted Segal--including allegations by several former clients that Segal had... More >>
In 1987, officials at Arizona's Department of Health Services promised they would study the high rate of childhood leukemia death in one portion... More >>
In Mesa, Catholics who burn incense in religious ceremonies and actors who smoke onstage are violating the city's new antismoking ordinance and... More >>
Highs and lows; peaks and valleys; you win some, you lose some.
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Since 1981, residents from the poor, mostly Latino south Tucson neighborhoods that now are in the Tucson International Airport Area Superfund Site... More >>
Richard Anderson and Bruce Babbitt were the best of pals growing up in Flagstaff during the 1950s. They lived half a block away from each other,... More >>
Fourth of July weekend is as festive as ever in the villages of Pine and Strawberry.
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Who will pay to clean Arizona's contaminated underground drinking-water reserves?
The state... More >>
Chester, who says he once killed someone but can't remember why, has requested peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch.
The owner and... More >>
In an unexpected move, the state Water Quality Appeals Board has delayed deciding whether the Phelps Dodge Corporation can build Verde Valley... More >>
What used to be the football field at George Washington Carver High, the "all-colored" school during Phoenix's era of segregation, is now an... More >>
Like many other embarrassing elements of recent Arizona history, Kemper Marley's link to the state's most famous assassination is not addressed in... More >>
Lake Havasu City did not exist in 1912, and Teddy Roosevelt did not visit a Phoenix opera house in 1902--even though exhibits at the Marley Center... More >>
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