Almost $970 million worth of sales from the land department made since 2003 have been canceled or had at least one extension, according to an analysis of agency records by the Tribune. Some have already failed. Others have had default notices issued.
According to the Valley Automobile Dealers Association, all car dealers are prohibited by the Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) from engaging in transactions with any government, organization, or individual who may
While photo radar is indeed ridiculous, what's even more ridiculous is the local union's claim that Border Patrol agents should be allowed to ignore posted speed limits while also ignoring the border they're paid to patrol in order to pro
The Phoenician and the Four Seasons Scottsdale at Troon North, top-of-the line resorts that usually hold off on summer rates until June, this year rolled them out in May and joined the deep-discount parade.
The last day for the NRA Convention. Lets meetup at noon at the workshop, to go down and distribute the remainder of the Obama Deception DVDs. We can go down and conduct a blitz, and hit those NRA gunnies before they head for home.
What started as a business trip to San Diego has turned Tempe resident Steven Anderson into online crusader as his emotional video detailing his detention and abuse at the hands of Border Patrol agents and state Department of Public Safety officers h
A 29-year-old convicted sex offender posed as a child and enrolled in four Arizona schools. He disguised his age by shaving his entire body and using professional make up. He went by the name “Casey Price.”
The elaborate ruse started to unravel in J
A confrontation between a Tempe pastor and a Department of Public Safety officer is caught on tape. Tempe pastor Steven Anderson had his camcorder rolling when he was pulled over last month. When Border Patrol officers stopped his car at a border che
Instead of protecting an Arizona citizen who was peacefully asserting his rights in the face of aggressive, over-reaching federal agents at a suspicionless federal checkpoint, these so-called state 'public safety' officers chose to initiate p
Next week's National Rifle Association convention in Phoenix is the sort of gathering the city had in mind when it spent $600 million to expand its convention center. Phoenix is trying to move up to the big leagues of the convention business. The
The woman chosen to be the next director of Arizona's state parks once carved her name into a historic park property in southeastern Arizona. Two years later she did it again. Both when she was in her 30's and already working for the Parks.
The AZ legislature was told they cannot cancel the photo enforcement contract with Redflex until July 2010 without it costing the state millions in contract penalties. Gosh, that wasn't true. :-D What a surprise.
Maricopa County public health officials have closed two more schools, both in the Chandler Unified School District, after confirming that children there had been ill with the H1N1 swine flu virus. The schools, Tarwater Elementary and Hartford Sylvia
The Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center, was established at a secret location in Phoenix under the auspices of DPS. One of the things that the DPS Director did was to build up AcTIC to a point where it's more than a statewide homeland se
PHOENIX -- Some Arizona lawmakers are calling for federal officials to close the U.S.-Mexico border -- or at least consider it as an option -- to prevent the spread of swine flu. A spokesman for Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., said Wednesday night that F
Tempe City Council wanted to make it clear Thursday that the $2.9 million increase in Tempe's contract for speed-enforcement cameras was funded with ticket revenue, not city dollars. The council unanimously approved increasing the cap on the amou
If you are from Arizona you will appreciate this the most. Cholla Cactus (Jumping Cactus) will reach out and grab 'ya. The barbs are long, hooked and very dangerous. It's OK to love Cholla Cactus,... but not Loooove Cholla Cactus
The state police and federal marshals are merging their special units that track Arizona fugitives in a move to save money while dealing with the growing number of arrest warrants waiting to be served.