Phoenix New Times won 30 journalism awards, including first-place awards for investigative reporting, immigration coverage, news and opinion blogging and design, from the Arizona Press Club on Saturday night. Staff writer Paul Rubin received a first place Don Bolles Award for Investigative Reportin ... More >>
County law enforcement's attack on the judiciary didn't work, but the war's far from over
Andy Thomas eats crow to save his political career, but wants us to apologize to Sheriff Joe. Fat chance
The veterinary vulture asks, is it merely hoof-in-mouth disease or the ravings of a racist dumb-ass?
Rubin wins the Arizona Press Club's top honor for the third time. And the rest of the staff did pretty well, too
New Times honored by Arizona Press Club and beyond
A new play exposes the life of the late proprietor of Durant's, the Valley's legendary steak house
Donald Harris gives good lip.
Underground groupie Bob Judd just wants to make Phoenix a little weird
Letters from the week of August 26, 2004
Make downtown attractive to locals, not to outsiders wearing knee socks and nametags. It only makes sense.
Journalists honor their own at annual fete
Things that go bang in the night and the men who love them
Boomers should look kindly on the medical marijuana measure
All's experimental edge hasn't dulled with age
East Valley newspapers can only improve under new ownership known for innovation
More party than arty, the Valley's edgiest alternative arts space veers off course
Rock 'n' roll torchbearer Jeff Dahl talks about getting clean, D.I.Y., and being big in Japan
U.S. District Court Judge Carl Muecke ruled on the letter of the law, but his liberal views and tough courtroom style made him the judge that conservatives love to hate
The widow of business magnate Kemper Marley provided writer his favorite interview
As the White House flips and flops, Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt takes his environmental losses and victories in stride. Is his stoicism a necessary virtue or a political vice?
INMATES IN ARIZONA'S PRISONS CLAIM THEY HAVE $11 MILLION AT THEIR DISPOSAL. THE STATE DOESN'T LIKE THAT.
DEAN BREWER WAS ALREADY UNDER CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION FOR BANKRUPTING A MORTGAGE COMPANY, SO ARIZONA REGULATORS LET HIM TAKE OVER CHARTER TITLE, AND $8 MILLION IS MISSING.