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Investigation Circling Around Fired Goodyear Chief Points to Internal Affairs Misuse

1 year ago by Meg O'Connor
The investigation that ended Geier's career all began with a run-of-the-mill patrol briefing around noon on October 2, 2019.
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ACLU: 'Scarlet Badge' Policy at Arizona High School Shames Students

2 years ago by Joseph Flaherty
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona is demanding that the school district in Cottonwood end a policy which "publicly identifies and shames underperforming students."
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Steve Watkinson

Steve Watkinson, 46, longtime General Legal Counsel to New Times, Inc., died Monday, September 7, 1998, at his home in Phoenix. Steve was a partner at the law firm of Gust Rosenfeld in Phoenix. He is survived by his wife Pat, his daughter Carson and his son Matthew. A visitation...
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Centerpoint Condo Towers: Bidding Starts at $8 Million, Says Company Representing Investors

11 years ago by Ray Stern
  The company that acquired the Centerpoint towers in Tempe in bankruptcy proceedings will start the bidding for the unfinished project at $8 million. As we reported earlier today, the foreclosed five-acre property and two towers will go up for auction tomorrow. Although he knows what the opening bid will be,...
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Miriam Hayenga Proves You Can Fight City Hall, After All -- She Gets $2.5 Mill Settlement from Phoenix

12 years ago by Sarah Fenske
In May, we told you about Miriam Hayenga, the tennis champ-turned-developer who found her plans up-ended by arbitrary bureaucracy at Phoenix City Hall -- plus some bungled legal work from prominent attorney Paul Gilbert.Because of Gilbert's insider status, we titled the Web version of the story, "Don't Even Think About...
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License to Kill the Music: ASCAP & BMI Bullying Local Music Venues

13 years ago by Steve Jansen
Music licensing corporations aren't leaving a lot of elbow room for local venue owners(Illustration by Ed Piskor) By Steve Jansen License to Kill the Music On a recent weekday afternoon, I’m standing inside the Trunk Space with co-owner Stephanie Carrico. It’s about 110 degrees outside and a still-sweltering 95 inside...
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Don’t Even Think About Fighting Phoenix City Hall Unless You’re a Good Old Boy

12 years ago by Sarah Fenske
Miriam Hayenga isn't your typical developer. For the most part, the Valley's earth-movers and shakers tend to be conservative white guys. Hayenga's not just female — she's a lesbian. And that's not all. They drive giant SUVs; Hayenga favors a sporty VW Bug convertible. They're politically connected; Hayenga is out...
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PLAYING THE MARKET

27 years ago by David Pasztor
Late in July of last year, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors held a special meeting. It was time to churn some debt. Periodically during the previous two years, the county had developed an unfortunate habit of running out of cash to pay its bills. When that happened, the supervisors...

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