There's more to the UFO community than tales of lights in the sky and little green men.In this week's New Times cover story, Jason P. Woodbury examines the parts that make up the International UFO Congress, which is held outside Phoenix.
Eleven members of Vagos, a rival motorcycle gang of the Hells Angels, were arrested today by an Arizona Department of Public Safety gang task force in connection with several violent crimes around Bullhead City.Six of the 11 arrested during "Operation Catch 22" are repeat customers to the DPS tas ... More >>
Shawn Anderson This week's Flier Of The Week is for a Sound Struck benefit show in Nevada. The Sound Struck strikes again. The group is leading a boycott of Arizona and features a handful of passionate musicians along with a bunch of people who have nothing to do with mus ... More >>
A Hopi leader fought a lonely battle to stop a mining company from stealing water that helped build Phoenix. He succeeded. Finally
Navajos say making Snowbowl snow from reclaimed water is "genocide." Please!
Letters from the week of August 26, 2004
He's legal and he's legitimate. Blues prodigy J.D. Simo tells you how he's changed since 13.
For decades the state has let a feudal colony of fundamentalist Mormons force underage girls into illegal polygamous marriages
A water dispute puts both the economy and the environment at risk
Native Americans protest water loss from mining company
The "Phoenix Lights" made Frances Emma Barwood the darling of the global space-alien lobby. And it'stransformed computer geek Jim Dilettoso into a star in the UFO firmament.
Recently discovered documents indicate that the lawyer who represented the Hopi Tribe in crucial negotiations with Peabody Western Coal Company was working for the mining company at the same time
The Hopi want one of the largest coal mines in North America to stop using their groundwater. If springs and wells continue to dry up, they say, their ancient culture may disappear, too.
One man's Poison is another band's comeback
A new compilation disc celebrates the mythology of Route 66
GOP leaders want local governments to run social programs and charities to assume more of the burden. Neither idea is working in Kingman, where no good deed goes unpunished.
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN LAUGHLIN, NEVADA, AND CLINT'S WELL, ARIZONA, YOU MIGHT FIND THE MEANING OF LIFE IN THE '90S. ROGJT.
YOU'RE A TATTOOED GIANT ON A HARLEY. YOU'RE A MEMBER OF THE DIRTY DOZEN. YOU'RE TOAST.