An alleged Glendale pimp was arrested yesterday in connection with the 2009 murder of a California man he thought was a guy he'd argued with in front of an apartment building. The man the pimp shot, however, was not the person with whom he was arguing -- he was a 22-year-old volunteer at a co ... More >>
Renee Bahl, the new executive director of the Arizona State Parks Board, carved her name 10 years ago in a historic adobe wall at the San Rafael Ranch in Santa Cruz County. And that doesn't sit well with one state legislator who says the act should have kept her from being selected by ... More >>
Fred Unger's idea of gondolas on Scottsdale's canal went under. Now he's back with a bridge and $250 million
Singer Andy Hersey chronicles the Arizona cowboy life
Tolerance of ranching puts The Nature Conservancy at odds with the environmental community
While the state and the Sierra Club jockey to curb urban expansion, the Secretary of the Interior is quietly pushing his own proposal. We've got the maps.
Voters seem certain to do what the Arizona Legislature has repeatedly refused to do--ban cockfighting, and hasten the death of a way of life
Lucas Digital's movie chief answers the question, "Isn't that special?"
Ex-KSAZ newscaster June Thomson took a big job in San Francisco. But she didn't take her cat, Aggie.
The ghosts of Christmas trees past