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7:50 pmApr 2009

You’re Sick? It’s All In Your Head

The same symptoms kept showing up, more than half the workers were sick, but “officially” there was nothing wrong. Wait till you learn what that means for your office job. [...]

7:47 pmFeb 2009

The Lone Butte Nine

Loretta Avent has had an interesting and challenging career -from the White House to Phoenix – but she has never fought as hard as she has in the past few [...]

7:15 pmSep 2008

I fought the law and . . .

The late-night, at-home arrests of New Times executives last fall sent shockwaves through Arizona. Was it an “inappropriate abuse” of police powers exercised by Sheriff Joe Arpaio and County Attorney [...]

7:18 pmJul 2008

MAN ON FIRE

AFTER 30 YEARS OF SOLVING THE PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT’S GRITTIEST CRIMES, JACK BALLENTINE DECIDED RETIREMENT JUST WASN’T FOR HIM. NOW, AFTER A YEAR OF TACKLING – AND SOLVING – ARSON [...]

7:33 pmApr 2008

CAROL’S BROKEN DREAMS:

Here’s what we know: Carol Anne Gotbaum accidentally strangled herself to death at Sky Harbor Airport last September. Why, how and who’s to blame are less clear. In exclusive interviews [...]

7:42 pmFeb 2008

Dissecting Arizona

Thousands of saguaros uprooted. Dozens of bighorn sheep killed. Rivers ravaged. George H. Johnson holds three state records that beg the same question: Is he the worst developer in [...]

6:12 pmSep 2007

IS SANDRA DOWLING AN INNOCENT WOMAN?

The County Schools Superintendent is charged with ripping off the homeless children of Downtown’s Pappas School, but a PHOENIX magazine investigation turns up new evidence that suggests it isn’t true. [...]

6:22 pmAug 2007

TO CATCH A RAPIST

Before the Baseline Killer and Serial Shooters, there was the A.M. Rapist, who assaulted women all over Phoenix in the wee hours of the morning and managed to elude police [...]

6:25 pmJul 2007

THREE-YEAR NIGHTMARE

Lois Fraley thought the worst was over when she walked out of the Lewis Prison tower on Super Bowl Sunday, 2004. She had survived the longest prison hostage crisis in [...]

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3:39 amMay 2010

Judgement Day

For all of the recent legal investigations involving two Maricopa County officials, it was a little-known Phoenix judge who blew the whistle on them first. […]

3:09 amApr 2010

A New Song

Arizona’s religious leaders say it’s time for a ‘moral voice’ on immigration, but they’ve got their work cut out for them. […]

4:20 pmMar 2010

Cut and Runs

An anti-tax group has a radical plan to balance the state’s budget. Could it work, or would its drastic cuts dismantle Arizona’s government completely? […]

5:05 pmFeb 2010

The Dirt on Clean Elections

Clean Elections was supposed to keep big money out of public elections and give us better state government. Is it doing its job or just making things worse?. [...]

5:14 pmJan 2010

If I Were Queen

The queen is back, and this year she’s not happy about the state of her kingdom. If some things don’t shape up, it’s ‘off with their heads’! . [...]

5:48 pmDec 2009

Weird Science

Legislators played dirty budget games in their lab, and the results might cause a complete meltdown of science foundation arizona. To listen to Republican Representative Sam Crump of Anthem speak, you [...]

5:54 pmNov 2009

Dear Disabled, You’re Cut Off

With the recent closing of Arizona’s office for Americans With Disabilities, The message that the state is sending to the disabled is clear. […]

5:59 pmOct 2009

Canal Vision

An ASU professor’s plan to create scenic villages around our unsightly canals could make Phoenix the Venice of the West.. PHOENIX – AMERICA’S LARGEST DESERT CITY – has more canals than [...]

6:13 pmAug 2009

Yes, Sanra Dowling Was Innocent

Yes, Sanra Dowling Was Innocent BUT THE BOGUS CRIMINAL CHARGES SHE FACED COST HER EVERYTHING, AND NOW SHE’S SUING TO GET SOME SEMBLANCE OF HER LIFE BACK. […]

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