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Shootout at Coyote Howls
Fortune turned on old-fashioned hero David Bruce Peckham. [12-13-99]
— Dan Huff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Color Bind
The black alumni of Dunbar School gather in a reunion to remember the days when they weren't considered good enough to attend school with white kids. [12-07-99]
— Tom Danehy, TUCSON WEEKLY

Flights Of Fancy
Finding new life for old planes. [11-15-99]
— Mari Wadsworth, TUCSON WEEKLY

Mondo Vegas
Las Vegas is a city of signs. [10-04-99]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

He Said/She Said
Where are David Franklin's missing children? [09-20-99]
— Dan Huff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Guilt By Association
You'd better be careful what color you paint your gate in Monterra Hills. [09-13-99]
— Tim Vanderpool, TUCSON WEEKLY

Food Chain-Gang
As big agribusiness companies eliminate genetic diversity in our food crops, a Tucson organization fights to preserve seeds from vanishing crops. [08-16-99]
— Kay Sather, TUCSON WEEKLY

Nightmare In Tin
Tucson's slums can be a deadly place. [07-26-99]
— Dan Huff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Unjust Bust
Following a painful SWAT raid, an elderly Native American couple sues the City of Tucson. [07-19-99]
— Tim Vanderpool, TUCSON WEEKLY

Mat Rats
Great local pro-wrestling is more than just a battle of words and wits. There are also the costumes. [07-05-99]
— James DiGiovanna, TUCSON WEEKLY

Paradoxical Paradise
If you want to visit a vortex or swim with dolphins, Dennis Andres is your man. [06-28-99]
— Mari Wadsworth, TUCSON WEEKLY

Court Warrior
Meet Eagle Woman, Native American basketball player. [06-07-99]
— Tom Danehy, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Great Arizona Rent-A-Cow Conspiracy
The real reason so many land speculators wanna be cowboys. [05-17-99]
— Emil Franzi, TUCSON WEEKLY

Mind Game
Precise observation leads to clarification, and sometimes levitation. [05-10-99]
— Sam Negri, TUCSON WEEKLY

Supermax
When it comes to incarcerating bad guys, the State of Arizona has a state-of-the art hidey hole. But does super maximum security really make sense from a crime-prevention standpoint? [05-03-99]
— J.E. Relly, TUCSON WEEKLY

Hide and Sneak
What you don't know can hurt you and when the mainstream press gives short shrift to certain important developments we're all endangered. [04-19-99]
— Gabriel Roth, TUCSON WEEKLY

Cheap Labor, Cheap Lives?
In the Mexican town of Cananea, the mining company that runs the place can do what it wants—and the struggling citizens be damned. [04-12-99]
— Tim Vanderpool and Darrin Mortenson, TUCSON WEEKLY

Building A Better Mouse Trap
Is the Disney Corporation planning a world-class development in the Arizona desert? Only Mickey knows for sure. [04-05-99]
— Lisa Lopfor, TUCSON WEEKLY

A Desert Anarchist's Legacy
The late Ed Abbey was a contradictory and cantankerous character. [03-29-99]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Forest Service Prime Evil
If we're not careful pretty soon we'll all be paying Mickey Mouse and the rest of the corporate pirates just to hang out in our national forests. [03-15-99]
— Sam Negri, TUCSON WEEKLY

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