Show: Blue Man Group at US Airways Center, January 14.I couldn't tear myself away from this show, not even after I drank a few beers and had to pee. The concept for the show was "How to Be a Megastar," and included all manner of interactive multi-media, from how-to video clips on giant screens to sh ... More >>
Felon, swindler, liar, sleaze, pant-load. The many faces of Fife Symington
The Blue Man Group visits the Valley
Federal judge rules Fife Symington must repay millions to pension funds
Ex-governor Symington seems blissful despite the damning evidence that mounts at his bankruptcy trial. What's up his sleeve?
Bill Dereschuk is one pensioner who wants Symington to prevail in his bankruptcy case
Testimony at the governor's criminal trial and a new civil complaint suggest that First Interstate helped Symington dupe other lenders
If you're feeling sympathy for Fife Symington, read this
The expose told of a newly discovered "confidential settlement" that has an impact on Symington's bankruptcy case. But the Republic itself had reported the settlement--in 1994.
Coopers & Lybrand leaves governor in "worst of all worlds" legally; but quick removal from office seems unlikely
Document supporting indictment suggests senior partner at Snell & Wilmer aided governor in alleged bank fraud
Sealed testimony by Symington's wife shows couple mixed funds; she bailed governor out repeatedly
Forced to explain his creative accounting practices, the governor steps through the looking glass
Prosecutors wonder how Symington's debt to a powerhouse law firm was paid
Tentative pact would seal some records in Symington bankruptcy case
Source close to grand jury probe says Symington "is going to get indicted"
The governor's lawyer explains when it's okay to tell a lender you're worth millions when you're actually broke
Symington's conflicting financial statements provide creditors with plenty of ammo
Washington to decide Fife's fate in next six weeks
The city torpedoed an urban development program when it let Symington off the hook for $2.7 million.
Governor denies payment improper; public documents dispute his denial
Conflicting financial statements from 1990 may leave Symington vulnerable to creditors and prosecutors
RETIREES ARE SPOOKED BY THE THOUGHT OF STATE EMPLOYEES MANAGING $1 BILLION OF THEIR NEST EGG
JUST WHEN HE WAS GETTING HIS POLITICAL HOUSE IN ORDER, ANOTHER SYMINGTON ENTERPRISE DISINTEGRATES