The man who raped and murdered Deana Bowdoin was put to death by the state of Arizona on May 11 at 10:30 a.m. This was 44 years, four months and four days after the homicide in question – or about 44 years too long by my reckoning.
For the past 30 years across America – and nearly a half century in Arizona – United States Postal Service letter carriers have used the second Saturday in May to give back to their communities: Using their mail trucks to conduct the largest single-day food drive in the world.
T.S. Eliot made the celebrated observation that “April is the cruelest month” in his critically acclaimed poem, “The Wasteland,” published in 1922. A century later, a small group of U.S. Senators gathered late in that cruel month to formulate a cruel fate for our nation.
She served as Maricopa County Attorney for 900 days, the first woman to hold the office.
Life sometimes presents signs that you have completely given up on your youth. An example: you proudly present your AARP card to request a senior discount at the restaurant where you’re having dinner.
Actor-author-broadcaster-comedian-composer-pianist-producer Steve Allen should earn posthumous praise as a “20th Century Renaissance Man.”
Salt River Project is known for great customer service – friendly representatives, willingness to work with customers who have fallen behind on their bills, programs to encourage water conservation, energy efficiency, and electric vehicles.
Two unofficial events have become part of the political calendar every autumn of each election year.
Forbes magazine went to great trouble to assemble its annual list of billionaires, and the rankings received a ton of media coverage, including here in the Valley, where 10 Arizonans made the list.