The Glendale Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are currently trying to figure out who bombed a Glendale home for the third friggin' time.The bomb -- which the ATF is calling an improvised explosive device -- exploded in the driveway of the house yesterday ... More >>
Authorities have images of two vehicles they believe followed Adrian Moreno's Jeep into a river bottom where he and two other men were found murdered earlier this month.As we reported yesterday, Phoenix police still have no suspects in a triple homicide in the west Valley earlier this month ... More >>
Three men were found murdered after taking the above Jeep Wrangler for a ride in a Phoenix river bottom earlier this month.Authorities still have no suspects in a triple homicide earlier this month in Phoenix, but they do have new leads, the Phoenix Police Department announced today.Ad ... More >>
If you've seen 50-year-old Maria Chagolla call the po-po.A Peoria woman is missing and cops need your help finding her. Maria Delores Chagolla, 50, was last seen dropping off her adult son about 9 a.m. yesterday in the area of 8700 West Butler Drive in Peoria. She never made it home and hasn't be ... More >>
Central Pawn WestQuick note from the common sense department: When you walk into a pawn shop in a seedy part of town, the owner probably has a gun.Someone might want to share this bit of urban wisdom with a Phoenix man, who police say tried to rob a pawn shop, and now may be missing part of his f ... More >>
A north Phoenix church has reached an agreement with city officials that will allow the church to continue serving meals to the homeless, after neighbors in the area complained about homeless people littering. The city's researching whether or not the church is violating a zone ordinance...Many V ... More >>
City of Phoenix will offer a $15k incentive to home buyers who purchase a foreclosed townhouse, condominium, or single family home. The catch? Buyers must qualify for credit by the Federal Housing Administration and attend a marathon counseling session on homeownership...The owner of a business call ... More >>
Two teens are murdered, as violence escalates at West Valley house parties. Some blame party-crew rivalry
Outraged citizens hold Mexicans at gunpoint in a church. Andy Thomas applauds such vigilantism as patriotic -- again
Arizona polygamist leaders are using public funds to support religious schools and line their own pockets. The state's done nothing to stop them.
Letters from the week of September 26, 2002
Letters from the week of September 19, 2002
Shouldn't drive SUVs. Or Should They?
Groscost threats delayed action on alt-fuel debacle
Although immigration has filled the central city with minorities, Hispanics remain neighborhood inactivists
Can Tom Liddy use his father's notoriety to break into Congress?
For the week of 06-22-2000
Will Scottsdale voters preserve "The West's Most Western Town," or opt for "a little bit of Venice"?
Will a Gilbert physician lose his license to practice for threatening his wife?
A lovable elk, Channel 12's Jineane Ford and the untimely death of the town mascot that shook a community
Their record company just dumped them; Fiesta Bowl sponsors think they're dips; but Tempe still love its Refreshments
Fife has done much in and to Arizona. We've been keeping track
Transit-plan backers say they see a bus in your future--so how come they've been working on the railroad?
A South Phoenix family finds the solution to school finances in the wisdom of the Fifester
HE BROUGHT US AN RTC LAWSUIT, A GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION AND A "CAR OF THE PEOPLE." NOT TO MENTION GEORGE LECKIE AND ANNETTE ALVAREZ. OH, WHAT THE HECK, WE'LL MENTION THEM.
GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFUL EDDIE BASHA IS KNOWN AS A PHILANTHROPIST AND A CRUSADER FOR EDUCATION. WHAT HE'S NOT KNOW AS IS A DEMOCRAT