Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, Glendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs, and a host of state and local business people are lobbying top Air Force officials to convince them that Luke Air Force Base is the best place for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.The F-35 is the latest war bird coming off the mili ... More >>
When it comes to million-dollar contracts at the Arizona Department of Transportation, it's all about whose back gets scratched
Winning ambulance contracts? It's all about who you know. (Unless it's about the dirt they've got on you.)
Clint Bolick is trying to change the world, one lawsuit at at time.
While the public sleeps, the fix is in to turn our state into a power farm for Mexico
New Times presents its first-ever Doofus and Darling Awards
The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections fails the state's worst kids
People are sick and animals are dying near TRW's air-bag plant in Mesa.
California eats lots of power, but it doesn't like growing its own power plants. Instead, Arizona is becoming the new power farm for the Coast.
Consumers clamor for big state bucks under alternative-fuel incentive program
Federal ruling in bilingual-education lawsuit goes unheeded by state officials
The best-run city on Earth may turn the Marriott rip-off into a cause celebre
Despite an unremarkable demeanor, public-interest lawyer Tim Hogan has a nose for trouble and a knack with judges
Ranchers who run cattle on State Trust Lands may soon have competition for the publicly subsidized grazing leases they've always enjoyed. But not every rancher is getting fat off the land.
The court has spoken; lawmakers stand in defiance. But if the state Legislature doesn't come up with a constitutional school finance plan by July, school's out forever.
Ranching takes a blow in the courts, an uppercut to the bottom line and a jab in the marketplace
Meet Jane Hull. She's probably your next governor.
Engineer-legislator gets sued over a public works project, then backs a bill that releases him from indemnifying future projects
Public relations firms wrote a script for overcoming opposition to Sumitomo's new silicon-wafer plant. City and state officials learned their lines well.
Litigation over care fo rArizona's mentally ill ended four years ago. Sowhy have private attorneys racked up more than $1 million in fees since then?
WOULD-BE POWER COUPLE TOM AND LINDA RAWLES WANT VOTES MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE
ONLY IN THE MADISON SCHOOL DISTRICT COULD A PERSONAL SQUABBLE END UP IN COURT
FOR ONCE, BIG BUSINESS AND EDUCATORS ARE IN CONCERT. BUT WILL LAWMAKERS FACE THE MUSIC