A few hours ago, we were driving in the vicinity of the Clarendon Hotel on 4th Avenue south of Indian School Road when it struck us: It's June 2, the anniversary of a day that will live in infamy (to steal a line) in Arizona and in journalism circles around the nation. At about 1 ... More >>
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Key figure in Bolles murder case takes secrets to his grave
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Eyeball to eyeball
Tales from the funeral service for Brad Funk, 57, the shadowy figure of the 1976 Don Bolles murder case