In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
Dr. Peter Nathan Steinmetz, a brain scientist with Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, was arrested on Friday for mishandling his AR15 in Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Steinmetz was possibly making a point about his Second Amendment rights, police theorize, when he bought a cup of ... More >>
Fight-Night fight! The above logo is for the Celebrity Fight Night Foundation, a ball hosted in the Valley each year. Below is the logo for an upcoming pay-per-event. May the best fight night win the lawsuit! An Arizona non-profit company that hosts a yearly event to benefit Phoenix's Muhamma ... More >>
Nancy MazzeiBret Michaels is set to rock the Scottsdale waterfront this Friday in support of the Phoenix Children's Hospital and The Boy's & Girls Club of Scottsdale It's no real secret that I am a fan of Bret Michaels. I always had an appreciation for what he accomplished as the lead singer ... More >>
Wikimedia Commons Gabrielle Giffords, following her 2010 election victory. In the aftermath of the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords on Saturday, many people are wondering about her chances of recovery. They're the best they can be, given advances in brain surgery, according ... More >>
Tom Bryant - www.avnewstodayonline.comBret MichaelsVeterans Memorial Coliseum at the Arizona State FairSaturday, October 23, 2010Last night's Bret Michaels concert came with a fair amount of trepidation. What were fans to expect? Was Michaels going to play a show full his newer, solo material wit ... More >>
Once ruled a suicide, Phoenix finance chief Kevin Keogh's leap to his death on a busy thoroughfare is a true medical mystery
Inbreeding among polygamists along the Arizona-Utah border is producing a caste of severely retarded and deformed children
Need some quick cash? Everyone makes a killing when doctors and clinics scam the insurance companies.
Animal rights activists sue researcher
The beagles are going home
From the week of January 25, 2001
From the week of January 11, 2001
'They're fighting for their careers, for their reputations, for their money.'
Dr. Michael Berens has been vilified by animal rights activists for drilling holes in beagle puppies. Is he on the path to curing brain cancer?
Recovery and high jinks on the neurosurgery ward
In an apparent repeat of its behavior in the Norberg case, the sheriff's office withheld key evidence from litigant
From the week of February 2, 1999
A resident gets cut from Maricopa Medical Center's surgical training program. She says it's discrimination. It's just the latest problem facing the center's taxpayer-funded contractor, Medpro.
Is the African-American psychologist and former Ev Mecham staffer incompetent--or just streetwise?
Richard Post was taken to jail in his wheelchair for mouthing off in a bar. Joe Arpaio's detention officers saw him as such a threat, they strapped him into a medieval restraint chair--and broke his neck.
Two inmates commit suicide in the space of a week; feds had warned Arpaio of unsafe "overhanging structures"
Experts say Symington's howling at the moon with antiwolf rhetoric