Hot Links: Sky Harbor Loses Passengers, Man Arrested in 2-year-old's Beating, Brewer Says Budget Imperils Federal Funds

Fewer people are flying the friendly skies over Phoenix...The remains of a Chandler architect who disappeared on an ATV ride near Flagstaff in January were found, but what killed him is still unknown...A Chandler man is arrested after his girlfriend's 2-year-old is brutally beaten, suffering severe skull fractures...It takes money to make money: Governor Jan Brewer says a proposed budget by lawmakers could threaten millions in federal funds...Sheriff Joe Arpaio snarls that Rapper DMX only drew probation for spraying a jail guard with the garbage the sheriff feeds to inmates...Outlook for economy: Bad -- but only if you believe the world's largest bond fund...Beep, beep -- no new Jeep: Two Valley dealerships end days as Chrysler outlets because of auto manufacturer's troubles.

Sky Harbor air travel down by 6 percent in April

Remains of Chandler Planning and Zoning Commission member found

Cops arrest man in connection with 2-year-old's severe beating

Brewer frets that proposed state budget may reduce federal stimulus funds

Sheriff upset at Rapper DMX's sentence in jail guard assault case

Bond Fund Pimco says economic outlook still "looks bad"

Last day for two Valley dealerships as Chrysler outlets

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Ray Stern has worked as a newspaper reporter in Arizona for more than two decades. He's won numerous awards for his reporting, including the Arizona Press Club's Don Bolles Award for Investigative Journalism.