Twenty-three years after the first official discussions of a straight, interstate-quality path for vehicles to travel from Phoenix to Las Vegas, there is finally physical evidence of progress: some signs.There's no construction date, no funding, and the studies aren't even done, but the Arizona Depa ... More >>
Stepping into Jenny Kuller's 1950s-inspired kitchen is like traveling straight back in time. The pink walls, patterned curtains, and stacks of colorful tablecloths make the small room a vintage sanctuary. Everything from the authentic food packages and containers (retro Jell-O, anyone?) to the shelv ... More >>
We're live-blogging this morning from the Jodi Arias trial. Be sure to check back frequently for updates. The testimony is beginning right now as her attorney, Kirk Numri asks for Jodi to tell what happens when she gets in the shower. This follows yesterday's testimony, in which she described showi ... More >>
You might think a state as strapped for cash as Arizona wouldn't have pissed away nearly $5 million on things like bridges for sheep. You'd be wrong.The Arizona Republic this morning published an article about three bridges built across the Hoover Dam that are three of the most exclusive bridg ... More >>
www.uncivilsociety.orgThe charred remains of a woman found near the Hoover Dam last month have been identified as the owner of a Las Vegas escort service. She was murdered, authorities say, over a $9,000 debt.The remains are those of 39-year-old Yung Park, according to court documents first obtai ... More >>
Some friends have asked for a food report on my recent weekend jaunt to Las Vegas, so here you go, foodniks. First off, here's proof (um, not really) that I met chef Rick Moonen, who almost immediately asked me if I do my job anonymously, and later joked that he could make a killin ... More >>
www.icanhazcheezburger.comArizona has had its share of letdowns over the past few weeks and now -- on top of all the embarrassing shit the state legislature's been up to -- it appears that one of Arizona's architectural wonders, the Hover Dam, has been outdone by a bunch of beavers.This week, exp ... More >>
In the 24-hour news cycle, it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries: Feathered Bastard: Neo-Nazi J.T. Ready Handled with Kid Gloves by ABC 15, and Arizona Militia Decl ... More >>
Police are warning residents of Phoenix and Scottsdale about a carjacking suspect who is still on the loose. The carjacker struck twice last night -- at 10 p.m. in an Albertson's parking lot in Scottsdale, he demanded a woman's car and was fought off before jumping into a green 1998 Chevy Trailbl ... More >>
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The Arizona Department of Economic Security is warning clients in DES' Early Intervention Program of possible identity theft. After two backup hard drives were stolen from a Phoenix storage facility last October, the department sent out 65,000 letters to warn people of identity theft. Ten thousand o ... More >>
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