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  • Arizona's Record-Setting Election Day 2018 in Photos
    November 6 at 1:24 p.m. by New Times Staff

    A record number of midterm voters turned out to polling places throughout the Valley and around Arizona on Tuesday, November 6, for the 2018 general election. They braved long lines, lengthy wait times, and even a few snafus to cast their vote in…

     
  • Donald Trump Jr. Stumps for Republicans at Sun City Strip Mall
    November 3 at 7 a.m. by Joseph Flaherty

    Joined by his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, the president's eldest son rallied the base in Sun City at a local GOP field office on Thursday, November 1. Trump Jr. fired up the crowd at the strip mall with attacks on former President Obama and…

     
  • Slideshow: A Look Back at President Donald Trump Rally for Martha McSally in Mesa
    October 20 at 9:53 a.m. by Jim Louvau

    President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Mesa on Friday night, October 19, at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport to encourage supporters to vote for Republicans in the midterm elections, including Arizona Senate candidate Martha McSally. A…

     

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  • Young Phoenix Suns Nucleus Shines in Opening Win
    October 18 at 9:26 a.m. by Jim Louvau

    The Phoenix Suns led by Devin Booker, and rookie Deandre Ayton, the No. 1 pick in June's NBA Draft,  started the 2018-19 season with a bang by defeating the Dallas Mavericks, 121-100, Wednesday night, October 17,  at Talking Stick Resort Arena. New…

     
  • Despite Jeff Flake's Reversal, Protesters Were Still Outside His Phoenix Office
    September 28 at 1:49 p.m. by Multiple Authors

    Jeff Flake shocked many people on Friday, September 28, when he said he called for a delay the U.S. Senate's  confirmation vote of Brett Kavanaugh by up to one week in order to let the FBI conduct an investigation, which President Donald Trump…

     
  • A Look Back at Arizona's 2018 Primary Election in Photos
    August 29 at 10:18 a.m. by Benjamin Leatherman

    Voters from around Arizona turned out at the polls on Tuesday, August 28, during the state's primary election to cast their votes. Democratic and Republican candidates were vying to be their party's party's choice for Arizona's governorship and…

     
  • Five Years Later: A Look Back at the Investigative Photos of the Yarnell Hill Fire
    June 29 at 6 a.m. by New Times Staff

    Nineteen of the 20 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed during the Yarnell Hill Fire on June 30, 2013. More than a half-million dollars in fines were levied against the Arizona State Forestry Division  for safety violations after an…

     
  • 25 Weird, Strange, or Just Plain Dumb Arizona News Stories of 2018 (So Far)
    June 26 at 7 a.m. by New Times Staff

    Well, it's Arizona. What did you expect? Click on the headlines to read the stories.

     
  • The Most Significant Protest Photos of 2018 So Far
    June 25 at 8 a.m. by Jordyn Carias

    2018 has so far been a year of controversy, and Phoenicians have not been shy about their opinion. We salute our passionate community making their feelings known. We've still got a long way to go to settle these big issues, but every protester and…

     
  • Scenes From the Hempcon Cannabis Business Expo in Downtown Phoenix
    June 18 at 2:23 p.m. by Jorge Mariscal Valle

    Over the weekend, hundreds of people attended the Hempcon Cannabis Business Expo that ran from June 15 to 17, 2018. The event included three days of exhibits by industry leaders: dispensaries, collectives, doctors, businesses, and speakers. Filled…

     
  • 'Not Enough White Kids' and 12 Other Stories You Needed to Read Last Week
    June 17 at 9:54 a.m. by New Times Staff

    Arizona legislator David Stringer made national news last week when he called immigration an "existential threat" to the United States and warned that "there aren't enough white kids to go around" in Arizona public schools. Most state Republican…

     
  • Good Cops, Bad Cops, and the Worst Cop: Our 10 Most-Read Stories
    June 10 at 10:10 a.m. by New Times Staff

    Crime totally dominated your attention last week as eight of the 10 stories you spent the most time reading on phoenixnewtimes.com were related to crime. Cops were praised after they quickly identified the suspect in at least six murders in…

     
  • From Mead to Mirth to Murder: Our 10 Most-Read Stories of the Week
    June 3 at 5:51 a.m. by New Times Staff

    The week of May 27 to June 2 began on a light note, with the conclusion of the final Phoenix Comic Fest (last year it was Comicon, next year it will be Fan Fusion), but ended with tragedy as police connected the murder of famed forensic…

     
  • Our 10 Most-Read Stories of the Week: You Were Hungry for Food News
    May 18 at 5:19 p.m. by New Times Staff

    It's Arizona Restaurant Week (actually it lasts 10 days) and fittingly, six of our most-read new stories for the week of May 13 to 19 were about food, from vegan to 100 percent beef, southern India to south Phoenix. Click through our slideshow to…

     
  • The Week Was Swift and Stormy; Which Was Our Most-Read Story?
    May 10 at 4:13 p.m. by New Times Staff

    Reports about a pop superstar and a porn superstar were two of Phoenix New Times most-read new stories during the week of May 6-12.  Foods we love and foods we heat also made the top 10.  But what was Number 1?  Read on to find out and click on the…

     
  • Fire and Furry: Guess Who Was the Subject of Our Most-Read Story Last Week
    May 6 at 8:51 a.m. by New Times Staff

    When State Representative Kelly Townsend suggested the #RedForEd movement was led by socialists, she discovered the teachers had some furry friends. When she asked on Twitter what is a furry, well, hell hath no furry like people in costumes. But…

     
  • Slideshow: #RedForEd Movement Brings the Heat to the State Capitol
    April 26 at 10:40 a.m. by Zac McDonald

    You could hardly find a seat at the Valley Metro Light Rail on Thursday, August 26, 2018, as teachers began gathering for their #RedForEd march. Classrooms were empty and most public schools statewide were closed on the first day of Arizona's…

     
  • 25 Arizona Landscapes to Admire for Earth Day
    April 21 at 9 a.m. by Tom Carlson

    Every year, Earth Day both celebrates the planet and encourages its preservation. And Arizona, with its varied picturesque landscapes, is a pretty sweet part of Earth to call home. As if you needed a reminder, here's a gallery of pics of places you…

     
  • You Read for Ed Last Week: Our Top 10 New Stories April 15-21
    April 20 at 5:02 p.m. by New Times Staff

    I say walkout, you say strike.  Regardless, they're not likely to call the whole thing off.  Whatever you want to call what the state's teachers are doing Thursday, April 26, news about their planned action dominated the headlines and your reading…

     
  • 42.0 Cannabis Photos for 4/20/2018
    April 20 at 12:16 p.m. by Tom Carlson

    With "420" being a self-declared national marijuana holiday, here's 42.0 beautiful shots of weed and other cannabis stuff. Because why the hell not?

     

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