Jobing.com ArenaThe Phoenix Coyotes are a mess, plain and simple.
Despite a successful year on the ice in 2009-10, things off of it still look bleak. See: the ownership fiasco.
The Yotes have been involved in negotiations with Ice Edge Holdings about a long-term lease of Job ... More >>
The Glendale City Council last night approved a deal to give Ice Edge Holdings, a group of Canadian and American investors, exclusive negotiating rights in the group's attempt to buy the Phoenix Coyotes.
Under the agreement, Ice Edge -- the only known, remaining, potential buyer that would k ... More >>
www.chicagonow.comJerry Reinsdorf has withdrawn his bid to buy the Phoenix Coyotes.And then there was one...One of two potential buyers for the Phoenix Coyotes who vowed to keep the team in Arizona has withdrawn his bid to buy the bankrupt franchise.Jerry Reinsdorf, the owner of the Chicago Bulls ... More >>
Canadian billionaire David Thomson is trying to steal the Phoenix Coyotes from the desert.About three weeks ago, we posted a story about rumors that Canadian billionaire David Thomson was lurking in the shadows hoping to swoop in and steal the Phoenix Coyotes from ... More >>
So much for that "deal."Just days after Glendale and the NHL agreed to a $25 million deal to keep the Phoenix Coyotes in Jobing.com Arena for one more year, the Goldwater Institute tells New Times it will file a lawsuit to invalidate the agreement.Le Templar, a spokesman for the Phoenix-based ... More >>
Mayor Elaine ScruggsGlendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs was convinced that Channel 12 reporter Brahm Resnik misquoted her in a July 17 post on www.azcentral.com, city records show. In fact, Scruggs was angry enough to tell other city officials she wanted to demand a retraction.But the tale of the tape ... More >>
This is not good for Glendale.Two days after he pushed back the date of the auction of the Phoenix Coyotes hockey team, U.S. District Court Judge Redfield T. Baum ordered that the rescheduled auction will open to all bidders -- not just those who plan on keeping the team (however temporarily) in ... More >>
Arizona's three state universities will receive a boost next week, as the federal government begins dishing out $154 million in stimulus funds. The universities permanently reduced their budgets by 20 percent this year, but university officials say the funds will still help save hundreds of jobs. ... More >>
Saying that bankruptcy court might be the only place to stop a deal that forces taxpayers into subsidizing the Phoenix Coyotes, the Goldwater Institute filed a motion this afternoon asking to the judge to allow them to intervene in the case.The motion is filed on behalf of eight Glendale taxpayer ... More >>
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled yesterday that the city of Glendale must reveal records by Friday that show what incentives it's offering to a new owner of the Phoenix Coyotes ice hockey team. Among the potential team buyers are Chicago White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf, and Daryl Jones o ... More >>
That silver thing's called "The Stanley Cup," Phoenix area, and the guy hoisting it's Wayne. Doubt the now-Coyotes' coach will ever come this close to the cup again. If you had told Wayne Gretzky when he was 17 years old and already playing professional hoc ... More >>
An audit claims that Child Protective Services are taking too long to investigate complaints of abuse at group homes and treatment centers. State law requires CPS to complete an investigation within 21 days of a complaint about a care facility...University of Arizona fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon has ... More >>
An analysis released Monday by the Office of Management and Budget shows that legal disputes between Maricopa county officials cost taxpayers about $1.1. million in fees. In the past year, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas, County Treasurer Charles Hoskins, and the Board ... More >>
The California promoters behind the 944 Super Village Super Bowl party in Scottsdale have filed a lawsuit against the magazine, alleging 944's executives hijacked the event to promote their magazine and lost close to $1 million...84 students from Gilbert high school have been denied registration to ... More >>