Ed Moriarity, the Montana lawyer who worked for Lisa Aubuchon, David Hendershott and Joel Fox, has been disbarred in Arizona. A complaint by the State Bar of Arizona, followed by the July 15 disbarment order, explains that Moriarity knew claims by former Maricopa County officials Aubuchon and Hende ... More >>
â€‹Ed Moriarity, Lisa Aubuchon's pro-bono lawyer from Montana, has helped represent celebrity clients from Imelda Marcos to Karen Silkwood.According to his former partner, Gerry Spence, Moriarity was born in a mineshaft.Since his opening statement in the State Bar disciplinary hearings for former Ma ... More >>
The latest issue of the League of American Orchestras' trade magazine Symphony features a cover story on Michael Christie, the 34-year-old conductor of the Phoenix Symphony and the Brooklyn Philharmonic. As is the case with most trade magazine stories, the article is flattering in the extreme. So mu ... More >>
Colorful San Tan Flat's owner says Pinal County's out to get him, and he's probably right
Dennis Erickson's a frightening choice to lead a college football program plagued by murder and NCAA violations
The Final Exit volunteers call it assisted suicide. Prosecutors may call it manslaughter
Move over, Dannielynn; Anna Nicole's Native son is alive and well on the Tohono O'odham reservation, and he may be the rightful heir to the tabloid temptress' millions
The clown prince of Phoenix's downtown art scene is sacrificing madcap antics for a Mormon mission
When it comes to million-dollar contracts at the Arizona Department of Transportation, it's all about whose back gets scratched
The County Attorney's Office declared war on a respected judge after he called a prosecutor's actions racist
Rodney Aviles will never stand trial for a gruesome double murder, but Maricopa County did
Congratulations, you're Miss Arizona. Better keep your friends close and your enemies closer
Six hours after County mental health officials sent a psychotic man back home, he killed his mother and young niece.
Acquanetta has left the building.
Who's behind Arizona's nonstop oddball rock time capsule?
With Terry Goddard and Janet Napolitano around, you'd think gay marriage would have a chance in Arizona. Think again.
A new book reveals a conservative speechwriter's more sensitive side
How much longer will the city allow the acclaimed museum to disrupt a historic neighborhood's peace and quiet?
Deep cuts proposed to state budget set up bleak future for Arizonans
During his 79 years, Vic Kramer has watched downtown Phoenix morph from a bucolic village into a seething metropolis. His vantage point: the only home he has ever known.
Pavle Milic untangles his Balkan roots and discovers a cauldron of ancient passion and prejudice
Tom McGovern and Janet Napolitano are running close in a cordial race for attorney general. But somebody has to win.
The so-called Growing Smarter measure would prevent the state from enacting strict growth controls. At the same time, however, it would free up $220 million for land preservation.
After half a century of percussive brilliance, Tito Puente still wants the moon and stars
Spanging, squatting and looking for Hot Dog Jesus with Tempe's street kids
Dave Wegner's career with the Bureau of Reclamation seemed to be at peak flow. He had no idea it was about to run dry.
The only thing slick about Arizona Snowbowl is the snow
The works of Tempe patriot Lawrence Tenney Stevens loom large
GOP leaders want local governments to run social programs and charities to assume more of the burden. Neither idea is working in Kingman, where no good deed goes unpunished.
Their idea of a good time is to dress up in medieval armor, stage elaborate battles and fight for a royal title. Any effort to unmask the fantasy would be feudal.
DEPARTMENT STORE SALES CLERK MUFFIN SHEW CONSTANTLY TALKED ABOUT HER DAYS AS A SPY, HER CELEBRITY FRIENDS AND HER HIGH GOVERNMENT CONTACTS. THEN SHE TURNED UP DEAD IN HER BACKYARD.
GAME AND FISH INVESTIGATORS STALKED THE MOST NOTORIOUS MOUNTAIN LION HUNTER IN THE STATE. HE TURNED OUT TO BE A HIRED GUN FOR RANCHERS, AND HE'D KILLED 18 CATS.
NO,YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A ROCKET SCIENTIST. JUST FLEX YOUR MISSILES.
IN THE WIDE-OPEN WORLD OF BULL RIDING, CODY CUSTER WALKS THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW.
THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTALISTS AND INDUSTRY OVER PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS HAS TAKEN ON A RELIGIOUS FERVOR
Experts say Arizona would be lucky if an outsider bought its largest utility company