A doll stolen by a 4-year-old black girl sparked a year of intense introspection for Phoenix law enforcement – and a string of lawsuits led by two of the oddest political bedfellows the city has ever seen.
The imminent shutdown of Arizona’s largest coal-fired energy plant is an environmental win for the state, but an economic headache for the Navajo Nation. The caveat: It may position the Nation to dominate the West’s renewable energy demands.
Hillcrest Prep in Phoenix helped produce the top two picks in the 2018 NBA draft and has already spawned a Scottsdale competitor. Is the Valley’s first “basketball factory” a slam-dunk for hoops prodigies, or an academic foul-out waiting to happen?