In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
Of course, I had heard of Charles Keating. The man became famous as an anti-porn crusader in Cincinnati back in the '70s, hustling his version of morality against Hustler's version of what the Founding Fathers meant in the First Amendment. My knowledge of Mr. Keating didn't end there, however. I rea ... More >>
Charles Keating, perhaps one of the most famous figures in Arizona history, has died at the age of 90.Not that his fame was a good thing -- the real-estate developer served prison time for fraud due to his actions in the savings-and-loan crisis of the '80s and '90s, with a scheme that also sparked a ... More >>
A rugged hike across the Grand Canyon leads to a life decision to leave New Times and see what the future holds
Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox got the bargain of the century. Why?
Arthur Andersen accountable in BFA collapse, state says
Gary Hall Jr. has a falling out with his maternal grandfather
Accountant who audited Keating firm also gave BFA a clean slate, lawsuit claims
State prosecutors, regulators scrutinize the Baptist Foundation of Arizona
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it
BY AGE 30, SHELDON WEINER WAS ONE OF CHARLIE KEATING'S TOP LIEUTENANTS. TEN YEARS LATER, HE COMMITTED SUICIDE IN A TOY STORE PARKING LOT.
BARBARA ROSS SAYS A JUDGE AND HER FORMER HUSBAND--ATTORNEY GENERAL GRANT WOODS--TRANPLED HER CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN A CHILD CUSTODY CASE
HE'S RUNNING FOR THE U.S. SENATE ADS AN OUTSIDER, A BORING STRAIGHT ARROW WITH THE COMMON TOUCH.
IN THE MID-'80S, ASU WAS THE LAUNCHING PAD FOR THEIR CONSERVATIVE VITRIOL. NOW THEY'VE GRADUATED TO THE REAL WORLD.
What the senator knew and when he knew it