The media's been hot for Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne's head over allegations that during the 2010 campaign he was improperly involved in supporter-turned-staffer Kathleen Winn's independent expenditure committee Business Leaders for Arizona. See also: -Tom Horne's Alleged Hit-and-Run at an ... More >>
Speaking of Ed Moriarity, the Montana lawyer recently helped a local boxer and boxing trainer file a lawsuit against Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox, Janet Napolitano, and a raft of other defendants.Boxer Luis "Yori Boy" Campas and promoter Joe Diaz filed a $43 million claim against t ... More >>
Image: Arizona Tourism AllianceSteve Chucri, former staffer for ex-Congressman Matt Salmon and current president and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association, plans to run against Don Stapley for the District 2 seat on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.Steve Chucri, CEO of the Arizona Res ... More >>
Maricopa County Supervisor Don Stapley won his 2008 criminal case today in the state Court of Appeals. The Arizona Court of Appeals has agreed that Maricopa County Supervisor Don Stapley did not violate any financial disclosure law, ending a tainted criminal case against him. The ruling today ... More >>
Andrew Kunasek is third of five County Supervisors to come under criminal investigation by the Sheriff's Office The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office is demanding that county risk managers review "evidence" of criminal acts by county officials before settling any claims by those officials. The ... More >>
Don Stapley Two weeks ago, Pima County Superior Court Judge John Leonardo issued a scathing ruling against Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas -- kicking him off the prosecution of County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox and dismissing the charges against Wilcox to boot.That decision was a co ... More >>
A murderer tells New Times that he wants desperately to die, but a U.S. appeals court won't let the state kill him
Infamous killer Robert Comer now says he's the one who should die
Margarite Faras tried to fix what she thought was wrong with the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Instead, San Carlos fixed her.
Despite an unremarkable demeanor, public-interest lawyer Tim Hogan has a nose for trouble and a knack with judges
The court has spoken; lawmakers stand in defiance. But if the state Legislature doesn't come up with a constitutional school finance plan by July, school's out forever.
A divorce gets nasty. Documents are stolen. Corporate perks run amok. A top executive abruptly retires. The CEO gets his wings clipped. A blonde commits suicide.
EX-DANCER DEBBY KOSOBUCKI THOUGHT SHE'D BEEN HIRED TO MANAGE A FIRST-CLASS TOPLESS CLUB. NOW SHE BELIEVES SHE WAS MERELY A FRONT TO CONCEAL THE INVOLVEMENT OF A CRIMINAL.
GAME AND FISH INVESTIGATORS STALKED THE MOST NOTORIOUS MOUNTAIN LION HUNTER IN THE STATE. HE TURNED OUT TO BE A HIRED GUN FOR RANCHERS, AND HE'D KILLED 18 CATS.