Three men and some babies, or how Phoenix is choosing its next mayor
The best-run city on Earth may turn the Marriott rip-off into a cause celebre
The county attorney concludes the Sumitomo Sitix plant is not a public health threat, but a neighborhood effort against the plant continues
With his new residence built atop his antique shop, John Mollard thought he was set for life. He couldn't have imagined that the same city that encouraged him to build his home was laying plans to declare his neighborhood a blight, seize his property and
The council race in District 4 pits a perky outsider against the ultimate city hall insider
School district discovers that state perks provided to Sumitomo don't apply for a school site
Fife has done much in and to Arizona. We've been keeping track
Silicon plant fouls air while company worries about foul play
Councilwoman Frances Barwood, facing a recall over her vote on the Sumitomo plant zoning, now claims she was misled by the mayor
It took two very questionable appraisals to get it right, but the state Land Department finally came up with a discount price Sumitomo Sitix could swallow. Some people say the deal warrants a criminal investigation.
Public relations firms wrote a script for overcoming opposition to Sumitomo's new silicon-wafer plant. City and state officials learned their lines well.
Foes of the Sumitomo facility continue to dig up inconsistencies in the process
Government officials are crowing about the deal that brought Sumitomo's silicon-wafer factory to northeast Phoenix. But they haven't mentioned that the deal will cost taxpayers billions of dollars.