Lyndon Rive, CEO of SolarCity, apologized to the Arizona Corporation Commission this week after one of his employees spread misinformation to customers. The flap began about 11 p.m. on July 31, records show, when SolarCity sales consultant Doyle Dreesen sent a breathless email to an unknown number ... More >>
A light flashed during Fox 10's traffic report last week, and since it's Arizona, it turned into a nationwide international story.Example headlines: "Mystery surrounds bright light explosion caught on live television in Phoenix" from Fox Los Angeles, "Unexplained 'Phoenix Lights' explosion caught li ... More >>
Powerful developers must be stopped from sullying scenic Papago Park with another Valley resort
Jarret Maupin is the reverend Al's handpicked protégé. Is Phoenix City Hall ready?
ASU President Michael Crow's emergence provides Phoenix a preferable alternative to Jerry
The new governor appears to have double-crossed environmental supporters in choosing some new agency heads.
JP posse sticks to its guns in decades-long battle to clean up it judicial corral
SunCor filed a lawsuit, and wound up getting slapped with a $28.6 million jury verdict
California eats lots of power, but it doesn't like growing its own power plants. Instead, Arizona is becoming the new power farm for the Coast.
Jack Rose was a golden boy, a precocious businessman and political insider. Then he ran into a buzz saw at the Arizona Corporation Commission.
City officials sidestep rules to avert New Year's Eve entertainer boycott
By Laura Laughlin Sophia Lopez-Espindola's grassroots organization has survived bullets, business setbacks and political pitfalls
John McCain trounced Claire Sargent in the '92 Senate race. Now he's doing the same in book sales
Something doesn't add up with the Diamondbacks' ballyhooed "cash call"
Ninety years ago, an electric company harnessed all 14 miles of Fossil Creek. Now, environmentalists want the water set free.
Don't buy his poor-boy claims he can raise big bucks. But will it be his undoing?
Lobbyists ride roughshod over the legislative process, going so far as to write the bills that lawmkers pass
Discord between GOP lawmakers and the governor is just one reason the budget battle might get ugly.
The so-called Growing Smarter measure would prevent the state from enacting strict growth controls. At the same time, however, it would free up $220 million for land preservation.
The most powerful man in Phoenix explains why he's just a regular guy
State agencies are reeling in the after-Fife, the ballyhooed state-budget surplus is all but spent, and the government bureaucracy is bigger than ever. Now it's up to Jane Dee Hull to make it all make sense.
Symington's tax cuts had little or nothing to do with Arizona's economic boom, which isn't as robust as it's made out to be
Transit-plan backers say they see a bus in your future--so how come they've been working on the railroad?
The FQ Story neighborhood is either quaint or menacing--it all depends on who's talking
It's named after Kemper Marley, the apparent inspiration for the murder of newsman Don Bolles. It's full of inaccuracies, racism, Chamber of Commerce blather and third-rate gimmickry.
City pretends that parking garage next to stadium is not a favor to Colangelo's Diamondbacks
Republican revolutionaries want environmental regulators who cooperate with business. Those who enforce Arizona's groundwater laws have to cooperate; there are too few of them to do much else.
Government officials are crowing about the deal that brought Sumitomo's silicon-wafer factory to northeast Phoenix. But they haven't mentioned that the deal will cost taxpayers billions of dollars.
IF QUESTIONS ABOUT ITS RETRACTABLE ROOF, POWER-HUNGRY AIR CONDITIONERS AND SUN-STARVED GRASS CAN BE ANSWERED, BANK ONE BALLPARK WILL BE A STATE-OF-THE-ART VENUE. FOR SEPARATING FANS AND TAXPAYERS FROM THEIR MONEY.
IF PROPOSITION 400 PASSES, TAXPAYERS WILL COUGH UP BILLIONS FOR FREEWAY CONSTRUCTION. IF ONLY MAG ADOT KNEW WHERE THEY WERE GOING TO SPEND IT.
INVESTORS WANT WESTERN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY TO CASH IN ON THE MBA CRAZE. BUT THE SCHOOL HAS YET TO MASTER ITS OWN BUSINESS PROBLEMS
WHEN IT SOLD A WORKERS' DORMITORY LAST YEAR, APS LEFT THOUSANDS OF ITS OWN DOCUMENTS BEHIND. THOSE FILES SHOW DANGEROUS MISMANAGEMENT OF THE NATION'S LARGEST NUCLEAR PLANT.
THE NEW VISITORS CENTER AT HOOVER DAM WILL COST $119 MILLION
HEY, WE'RE THE GRAND CANYON STATE. WE LIKE BIG SCHISMS.
TO RETAIN HIS SEAT ON THE COMMISSION, CHAIRMAN JENNINGS TAKES HIS GLOVES OFF AND BATTLES TURNBUCHLE TOM
Look out, McCain. There's a woman after you.
GRIEVING OVER A YOUNG GIRL'S DEATH, A FRIEND ARMS HIMSELF WITH A VIDEO CAMERA