Info:Correction date: May 2, 1996
Arizona copper kings are enthusiastic about a pending mine-reclamation law--because they... More >>
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One of Arizona's largest commercial-rafting operations is up the Salt River without a paddle--or any other equipment for that matter.
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The mission of the "sexual predators" part of Arizona's year-old Community Protection Act sounds compelling: keeping the vilest, most aberrant... More >>
It was Friday night, March 22, and the big show was three hours away. Already, cars were filling the lot at Veterans' Memorial Coliseum. Most... More >>
A dozen people, some giddy from sleep deprivation, gathered at the Tempe home of Tom Polakis on March 30 to compare notes after one of the most... More >>
Robert Updike gets a lot of parking tickets. He even got one once while he was in court, fighting previous parking tickets.
Since he's a... More >>
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Fed up with a pay scale that forces some to seek food stamps, state workers protested Governor J. Fife Symington... More >>
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