Experienced elections law attorney Lisa Hauser (pictured) isn't the only applicant to face rejection for an appointment to the Arizona Supreme Court. Seventeen people applied for the vacancy on the high court to be left by outgoing Chief Justice Ruth McGregor, so Hauser had plenty o ... More >>
Three years ago, Mayor-elect Phil Gordon promised to make it easier for small businesses to renovate old buildings. But the problems faced by one indie restaurateur show that, if anything, it's harder than ever
. . . will it be any better than downtown Tempe?
Powerful developers must be stopped from sullying scenic Papago Park with another Valley resort
Ugly urban sprawl's the problem, not drought. Metro Phoenix has water to support 10 million souls
Richard Florida jump-starts downtown dialogue
Unions and developers battle over proposed building regs
Castle Megastore opponent is obsessed and on point
An adventure in the streets of Havana, and a find in a quiet corner of Tempe.
More letters from the battlefield: A Phoenix soldier witnesses the destruction of Europe in 1945
Java magazine's mysterious architectural digress
From the week of July 8, 1999
June 17 - 23, 1999
A long-planned freeway for the fast-growing west Valley is ambling along in the slow lane as state officials, local communities and an influential developer try to figure out just where the road should run
Government officials are crowing about the deal that brought Sumitomo's silicon-wafer factory to northeast Phoenix. But they haven't mentioned that the deal will cost taxpayers billions of dollars.
WITH PROPOSITION 300--THE PRIVATE-PROPERTY-RIGHTS MEASURE--ARIZONA ONCE AGAIN BECOMES A BATTLEGROUND FOR A NATIONAL RIGHT-WING CRUSADE
PHOENIX'S MAYORAL CAMPAIGN OFFERS NEITHER INSPIRING VISION NOR CONCRETE PROPOSALS. WHAT IT OFFERS IS SKIP OR LINDA.