courtesy of CNN Attorney Michael C. ManningMichael Manning, the lawyer who's made a mint suing Sheriff Joe Arpaio and other local miscreants, has decided not to run for Arizona Attorney General, after all.Turns out too many people are dependent on Manning's rainmaking skills for him to lea ... More >>
When power-tripping HOAs push solar-minded residents around, everybody pays the price
Truffles no trifle
Letters from the week of March 3, 2005
For 20 years Dale Fushek was the golden boy of the Phoenix Catholic Diocese. Now, his golden boys are talking
Make downtown attractive to locals, not to outsiders wearing knee socks and nametags. It only makes sense.
After a year of denials, Bishop O'Brien finally admits what we knew all along
If Joe Arpaio runs for governor, he'll win if people forget he's a madman
State files more charges against Arthur Andersen in BFA scandal
Eccentric swimmer Gary Hall Jr. of Phoenix heads into the Olympic trials, hoping to win a place on a historic medley relay in Sydney. In this potential scenario, he would join an eclectic mix of likely and long-shot compatriots.
From the Week of March 9, 2000
John McCain derived his wealth from his marriage to Cindy Hensley McCain, whose father started his road to riches as a bootlegger. As a politician, the senator has remained beholden to the liquor industry and the family business
McCain should put his campaign money where his mouth is or, at least, online
State prosecutors, regulators scrutinize the Baptist Foundation of Arizona
Once dominant, U.S. swimmers have fallen back in the Olympic pack. And some observers are questioning whether Gary Hall Jr., the world-class sprinter from Paradise Valley, has the work ethic to find gold in Atlanta.
Washington to decide Fife's fate in next six weeks
BARBARA ROSS SAYS A JUDGE AND HER FORMER HUSBAND--ATTORNEY GENERAL GRANT WOODS--TRANPLED HER CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN A CHILD CUSTODY CASE
A TABLOID-AD COURTSHIP WINDS UP IN COURT
IT'S GOING TO TAKE A LOT MORE THAN PEANUTS AND CRACKER JACK TO BUY THE LAND FOR THE DOWNTOWN STADIUM.
Tales from the funeral service for Brad Funk, 57, the shadowy figure of the 1976 Don Bolles murder case