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Jennifer Liewer

You may not realize it, but much of the news you hear starts with a PIO. These are the bureaucrats and assistants of elected officials who are paid to try to answer the annoying questions of reporters without pissing off their government bosses, the public, or both. It's a delicate...

Gunnigle Misfires in Claim That Adel Scrapped County's Public Corruption Unit

5 days ago by Josh Kelety
Julie Gunnigle claimed that her opponent scrapped a unit focused on public corruption. That's not true.

Canadian Firm Tries to Wrestle Back Control of Phoenix Dispensary From Rogue Director

12 hours ago by Josh Kelety
A subsidiary of a Canadian corporation alleges that its former president has stolen its dispensary in northwest Phoenix.

Checking in With Metro Phoenix's Struggling Music Venues

11 hours ago by Chris Coplan
Some states have been stepped in to help live music operators. Not Arizona.

How the Prosecutor's Race Will Affect Legalized Marijuana in Maricopa County

3 days ago by Ray Stern
The next Maricopa County Attorney will play a role in the implementation of Prop 207.

Arizona Counterterrorism Agencies Monitor Police Victims, Ignore Right Wing Threats

4 days ago by Beau Hodai
BLM activists, Poder in Action, and even police brutality victims are among those being watched by local law enforcement units, New Times has found.

Federal Officer Shot Outside Courthouse in Downtown Phoenix

1 month ago by Josh Kelety
And one Phoenix City Council member has, without evidence, rushed to connect the shooting to the Black Lives Matter movement.

This Week in COVID: Case Numbers Up Like Early June, Expert Says

6 days ago by Erasmus Baxter
COVID-19 cases are verging on an exponential increase, says ASU expert.

Democratic Voter Turnout Effort Ramps Up in Sprint to Election Day

6 days ago by Josh Kelety
Here's what campaigning looks like in Arizona in the final weeks of the 2020 election.

Can the Real 'Radical' Please Stand Up: Adel, Gunnigle Issue Identical Attacks

10 days ago by Josh Kelety
Can the real "radical" in the race for Maricopa County Attorney's Office please stand up? On September 30, the reelection campaign for Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel published new ads on the web and TV painting her Democratic challenger, Julie Gunnigle, as a "radical" from both liberal and conservative standpoints...

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