Once ruled a suicide, Phoenix finance chief Kevin Keogh's leap to his death on a busy thoroughfare is a true medical mystery
Let's get this straight: Lots of voters think Janet Napolitano's a closeted lesbian, but she's against Prop 107 and gay marriage?!
What if Jesus Christ came back as an illegal alien?
Living With War
Jan Decleir shines as a senile hit man
Curt Schilling putts for charity
Artist and poet collaborate on Alzheimer's project
A local public advocacy attorney vows to change hospital billing laws, after one hits close to home
The Phoenix Heat quadriplegic rugby team has hot wheels, championship dreams, and a thirst for blood
Ray Rivera's rules for standup comedy: Handicapped, Hispanic, Homosexual, Humorist
The short life and times of Johnny Jardine, Part 1
The murder case against Brian Eftenoff crumbles under scrutiny. Part two of a New Times investigation
Bob Hoag, Pollen
"Artists Without Bounds"
Is there beauty in Alzheimer’s disease? Yes, say ASU poets who work with dementia patients. But can you be a poet and not know it?
In an apparent repeat of its behavior in the Norberg case, the sheriff's office withheld key evidence from litigant
Instead of removing Michael Cooley's brain tumor, a surgeon cut out healthy tissue. Fifteen years later, Cooley's settled malpractice cases against his doctor and his lawyer. The tumor still must be removed.
The case of the battered Avondale quadruplets includes horrific injuries, a misdiagnosis, a mystery witness, a mentally ill mother, a crude police report, missions of mercy rebuffed. Expect it all to get sorted out in a criminal court.
Raul and Karla Larranaga's baby Desiree died under mysterious circumstances a year ago. Now Child Protective Services has taken their newborn daughter, Sophia, away from them. But witnesses who neither the police nor CPS interviewed tell New Times they su
WHAT MAKES A KID WASH HIS HANDS 100 TIMES A DAY, CHANGE HIS CLOTHES HOURLY AND OTHERWISE DRIVE HIS PARENTS NUTS? TOURETTE'S SYNDROME.