The FBI has broken up a spy network based in Houston that "enhanced" the capabilities of the Russian military by exporting sensitive, U.S.-made electronics. Alexander Fishenko and 11 others have been charged with falsifying documents and generally fooling the U.S. Department of Commerce in the last ... More >>
Arizona is getting a $39.2 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce to improve the state's Internet broadband infrastructure reports. It's part of the fed's stimulus program.The money is going to GovNET Inc., a Scottsdale-based company that will use the money to improve broa ... More >>
Obama appointee Amanda SimpsonIn an administration filled with firsts, President Obama's latest addition to his posse might be enough to have an uber-conservative radio host like Rush Limbaugh have an actual heart attack.The president announced today that Amanda Simpson -- former deputy dir ... More >>
Goodyear's director of engineering and his wife are arrested for child abuse after their daughter ends up with two broken legs and a broken arm. Help not wanted: The unemployment line awaits for tens of thousands of Arizonans, says a state Commerce Department report... An estimated 2,000 people are ... More >>
Satisfying seafood in Scottsdale? Not at these prices.
The dearth of affordable housing has reached the crisis stage
Groscost threats delayed action on alt-fuel debacle
How Governor Symington misused state resources to further the cross-border business interests of his friends and family.
Fighting a legal war on multiple fronts, Symington and his attorneys turn to a time-honored tactic: stonewalling
Foes of the Sumitomo facility continue to dig up inconsistencies in the process
HE BROUGHT US AN RTC LAWSUIT, A GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION AND A "CAR OF THE PEOPLE." NOT TO MENTION GEORGE LECKIE AND ANNETTE ALVAREZ. OH, WHAT THE HECK, WE'LL MENTION THEM.
ARIZONA'S TRADE REPRESENTATIVE TO MEXICO WAS CUTTING DEALS WITH HIS FRIENDS AND FAMILY. A SECRETARY REPORTED THE PROBLEM--AND PROMPTLY GOT CANNED.