The high blood-alcohol content found in Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever's body after his fatal crash last month suggests the sheriff had a strong tolerance for booze, experts say. In other words, Dever -- known by many as a Mormon who didn't drink -- may have been a problem drinker. If so, did hi ... More >>
The crowd fell hard for "The 420," served up free in front of the ASU bookstore yesterday as part of the A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas Munchies Truck Tour. The A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas Munchies Truck Tour hit Tempe yesterday afternoon at - you guessed it - 4:20 p.m. o ... More >>
Cards Receiver Sean MoreyArizona Cardinals receiver Sean Morey, who has already committed to donate what's left of his concussion-rattled brain to science, admitted Thursday that he played in last week's game against "Da Chicago Bears" with another concussion.
Cardinals wide receiver Sean MoreyA pro football player donating his brain to science? Well, we never... Arizona Cardinals receiver Sean Morey announced yesterday that he has agreed to donate his brain, plus some spinal-cord tissue, to a medical study being conducted at Boston ... More >>
Last week, New Times featured an in-depth look at the hype surrounding the "Craigslist Killings." Much of the controversy and opposition centered on the "Erotic Services" section of the Web site. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Sheriff Thomas Dart of Cook Count ... More >>
Chuck Carlson and his disciples are taking it to the streets, demanding that pro-life churches practice what they preach and condemn war in Iraq
The battle against a mine loses its leader
Stern shows off his Private Parts, and they're really quite nice
It's crystal clear that the city of Scottsdale served its citizens water laced with a suspected carcinogen. But did city officials do it on purpose?
AN ASU AUTHOR EXAMINES THE SOURCES OF MARTIN LUTHER KING'S POWERFUL WORDS