Democratic sheriff's candidate Paul Penzone was joined by two prominent Arizona Republicans Friday morning, as he cast his ballot at the Maricopa County Elections tabulation center downtown. Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods and Rich Dozer, one-time president of the Arizona Diamondbacks, ... More >>
Here's something that was expected from the Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma beating Connecticut by 28 points. Here's something unexpected from the Fiesta Bowl: Their employees have allegedly been running a scheme to reimburse illegal campaign contributions (among other accounts of contemptuous courtship w ... More >>
It's depressing out there, no doubt. President Barack Obama's "honeymoon" never happened, partly his fault, partly not. The collective memory of the "American public" is about as long as that of a rather slow 2-year-old. Joe F-ing Arpaio, a paragon of everything that can be bad about l ... More >>
Peggy NeelyPhoenix Councilwoman Peggy Neely stopped short of saying she was running for mayor this morning at a press conference, announcing instead that she was forming an exploratory committee. Snooze. Seriously, after her inauguration speech in January, everyone knew that she was destine to ... More >>
The Maricopa County Attorney's Office is preparing to release a video interview by sheriff's deputies of Don Stapley, who was indicted this week on multiple counts of failing to disclose financial transactions on campaign forms. Michael Scerbo, spokesman for county attorney Andrew T ... More >>
Arpaio's lawyer can't explain away his fudged résumé
The hellacious hooter watches Mayor Goober lay a colossal huevo, and wishes a heavenly millstone on the neck of a nativist numskull
Sheriff Joe crowns himself anti-corruption kingfish and J.T. Ready looks for race friends on Newsaxon.com
The winged wonder pecks away at Representative Rick Renzi, bemoans losses at the Repugnant, and mediates a catfight between rival risqué dance troupes
Here's how a Kentucky inmate conned Tempe cops and the County Attorney's Office into believing he'd killed a stripper, who really was a victim of the Baseline Killer
Look out! Developer Steve Tseffos controls the fate of one of Arizona's most historic houses
Letters from the week of November 7, 2002
Sizing up the price of the world's tallest kachina.
'Stop urban sprawl!' 'Burn the rich!' 'An acre an hour is obscene!' Is it any wonder some are rooting for the arsonists?
From the week of December 21, 2000
Week of October 12th
Media create controversy in otherwise clean campaign
Sign Ze Peppers and AG on Their Face
On the trail of a bizarre hospital crime, New Times finds a cryogenically frozen head, a witch hunt for a wiccan and a stumped detective. And still nobody knows . . .
City officials sidestep rules to avert New Year's Eve entertainer boycott
Outside groups leading the anti-immigration campaign in Arizona are trying to distance themselves from their own bigoted pasts.
Guv sequel is a sorry state of affairs
State auditor general confirms that Sheriff Arpaio misspent $122,419
Wild Bill Mahoney owns Wyatt Earp's patented mining claim in Tombstone. All that prevents him from turning it into a tourist attraction are the dozens of people living on it.
AN ESTIMATED $250 MILLION IN TAXES WILL HELP BUILD A DOMED STADIUM. HERE'S WHAT ELSE IT COULD PAY FOR.
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL ORDERED THE RAID ON CORLISS FORD'S HOME FOR THE ELDERLY. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS CLEARED HER OF WRONGDOING. THE AG'S OFFICE RUINED HER LIFE, ANYWAY.
AUTHORITIES RECAPTURE AN ESCAPED FELON WHO, FRANKLY,FED THE ATTORNEY GENERAL A LINE
HEY, WE'RE THE GRAND CANYON STATE. WE LIKE BIG SCHISMS.
DR. HEINZ KARNITSCHNIG CUT HIS WAY THROUGH CORPSES AND RED TAPE