from the OC Weekly J.D. Hayworth pal Orly Taitz: Dentist, lawyer and nutbar supreme With KFYI being the home of conservatard puddin' head and "birfer" (yeah, I'm spellin' it right) J.D. Hayworth, whodathunk it that KFYI would also prove to be the voice of reason in the birther debate? At l ... More >>
Peoria teen sisters are racing toward success on the track and off
You've seen Legally Blonde, but did you know Elle Woods really grew up in Paradise Valley?
The death of tiny Autumn White should make lawmakers think more carefully about state budget cuts
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
Devils go dancing for the first time in years
Chuck Carlson and his disciples are taking it to the streets, demanding that pro-life churches practice what they preach and condemn war in Iraq
The Donnas put a new spin on the old sex-and-excess glam formula and out-Crüe the Crüe in the process
So an ASU frat boy showered with a porn star. Get over it.
A tiny Indian community struggles to educate its young
The love story that may spark Arizona's New Economy.
How the Arizona Cardinals and their NFL brethren exert monopoly power to extract billions of dollars from American taxpayers
The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections fails the state's worst kids
Environmental groups sent out a worldwide call to save the gray whale from a Mexican salt plant. They got millions of dollars and thousands of new members. But scientists found no threat to the whales.
File it under "X," for an attempt to explain the inexplicable
The same competitive fire that took Kitch Kitchen from the war-zone streets of Newark to basketball stardom has now made her the Valley's hottest rapper.
The flimsy techno thriller Antitrust does nothing to boost Ryan Phillippe to stardom
Thanks to Dr. Dre and his partners in crime, smoking dope looks cool again
Eccentric swimmer Gary Hall Jr. of Phoenix heads into the Olympic trials, hoping to win a place on a historic medley relay in Sydney. In this potential scenario, he would join an eclectic mix of likely and long-shot compatriots.
Refugees from war-torn lands find sanctuary under the Golden Arches
This is not the way your grandfather learned English
Meryl Tankard's Furioso aims to defy gravity
The laid-back intensity of the Diamondbacks' $10 million man
The most powerful man in Phoenix explains why he's just a regular guy
Don Newman lifted ASU's basketball program out of the trash heap by making his players believe in themselves. Despite 18 wins and an NIT berth, ASU boosters remain unconvinced.
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As the White House flips and flops, Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt takes his environmental losses and victories in stride. Is his stoicism a necessary virtue or a political vice?
Document supporting indictment suggests senior partner at Snell & Wilmer aided governor in alleged bank fraud
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GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFUL EDDIE BASHA IS KNOWN AS A PHILANTHROPIST AND A CRUSADER FOR EDUCATION. WHAT HE'S NOT KNOW AS IS A DEMOCRAT
RYNELDI BECENTI IS A HERO TO THE NAVAJO NATION-----AND THE BEST BASKETBALL PLAYER AT ASU