The storm that caused record rainfall around Phoenix yesterday caused enough damage to force some homeowners out of their houses. There's no way of telling exactly how many people were displaced from their homes because of flooding, but Red Cross officials tell New Times that a dozen people sought ... More >>
Home Bible studies have been banned in Gilbert. An ordinance that forbids Gilbert churches from having potlucks or home Bible studies was enforced on the Oasis of the Truth Church, which received a cease and desist order after holding Bible studies at several different homes. The church has filed ... More >>
Crews are busy restoring power to parts of the Valley after yesterday's rain storms. At least 30 traffic intersection signals and 61,000 residents are without power. A spokesman for APS says he hopes that everyone will have restored power by noon...Police are looking to build a new station across ... More >>
Disaster will strike the Valley on March 10, 2009.No, that's not a prediction from the Mayan calendar. It's a mock event being held on or near Arizona State University's Tempe campus to test the disaster readiness of local public safety officials and health care workers.The "Coyote Crisis Campaign" ... More >>
Let's get this straight: Lots of voters think Janet Napolitano's a closeted lesbian, but she's against Prop 107 and gay marriage?!
Business as usual: The winged wonder on Sheriff Joe's profound respect for sheep, and on the demise of Air America Phoenix
He's Baaaack . . .
From the week of April 26, 2001
People are sick and animals are dying near TRW's air-bag plant in Mesa.
Mesa Tattoo Removal Program
Is it a case of rogue firefighters or meddling city managers? Whatever it is, the Phoenix Fire Department isn't used to the scrutiny it's getting from City Hall.
TRW's air-bag plant was closed because of chronic explosions. Mesa officials weren't ready for the political explosion that followed.