"The past 20 years had so many moments," McDonald said. "Every day was fun. He'd walk in (to the station) in the morning and say something, even if it was just about the drive in, and we'd start laughing and off we'd go."
Down the years Schanberg has pieced together the evidence, much of it covered up by the Senate committee. In 1993, an American historian unearthed in Soviet archives the record of a briefing of a Vietnamese general to the Soviet politbureau.
You know it’s gotta be a rare occasion to see THAT headline on CameraFRAUD, but today is a day to celebrate the exciting conclusion of what should have been a reality TV show: When Pirates Attack Pirates!
ATS has lost its lawsuit against rival
A number of recent reports suggest home prices across the country could be headed for a double-dip. But ASU professor Karl Guntermann offers some good news in the meantime for owners of higher-priced homes in metro Phoenix.
On Wednesday, as most of Phoenix was asleep, Murphy, the father of a 2-year-old girl and a baby boy born just two weeks ago, was gunned down in the shadows of a home by the type of criminal he tried to keep off the streets.
For the first time in 14 years, Phoenix leaders are expected to approve a property-tax hike to help pay the city's $150 million annual projected debt. The City Council today will likely sign off on a proposal to raise the primary property-tax levy 2%
Who knew that Kermit the Frog was this into politics. The campaign of Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) has put out a video that features a frog puppet -- that looks much like the famous Sesame Street character -- to help sell the state's controversial imm
She says Arizona only has four OH-58 Kiowa helicopters available for border missions because some choppers are deployed overseas and others are reserved for training missions.
The Seattle City Council approved the Arizona-boycott resolution 7-0. It calls for comprehensive immigration reform, and denounces the Arizona law. The resolution urges Seattle city govenment to refrain from sending employees to Arizona and from ente
Arizona's tourism officials are growing increasingly concerned at the prospect of huge hotel and convention dollar losses because of fallout from the state's new immigration law. Phoenix alone faces lost business worth about $90 million over the next
[of course she does...pirate!] Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Bethany Hicks said attorneys for Cindy Vong waited too long before appealing a decision by the state Board of Cosmetology that letting fish nibble on the feet of customers is not pro
Sheriff Joe Arpaio was ordered to attend hearings before the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to explain why he did not hand over financial documents the board requested through a subpoena. [sure he will]
Los Angeles on Wednesday became the largest city yet to boycott Arizona over its tough new law targeting illegal immigration in a move that likely will affect some $8 million in contracts with the state.
The Republican Senator also said that while he senses voters' "frustration and anger," he doesn't believe the sentiment has "translated for support" for his conservative primary opponent J.D. Hayworth.
Consul General Victor Manuel Trevino Escudero, 50, says his Phoenix office anticipates an exodus of Mexicans from Arizona when the law takes effect
Nineteen conferences have been canceled so far in Arizona as a result of the legislation adopted last month, according to a Moody’s Investors Service report Monday. The desertion — with threats of more to come on the horizon...
Arizona's new law on illegal immigration could violate international standards that are binding in the United States, six U.N. human rights experts said. [Oh, this will help . . . not!]
This is the trailer for Robert Rodriguez's film which has been in production since last year. But for Cinco de Mayo, Rodriguez and the film's star, Danny Trejo, thought they'd add a little special Arizona message.
Why? On April 23rd, AZ governer Jan Brewer signed a law (SB1070) that legalizes unchecked racial profiling by police of anyone they suspect is undocumented. It criminalizes all undocumented immigrants as “trespassers” on public land and makes them su
A higher share of Phoenix neighborhoods are out of reach for those families than are New York City neighborhoods for median-income earners there, the center said.
Arizona is ending a groundbreaking and contentious program that put speed cameras along Phoenix-area freeways and in vans deployed across the state.
Even though the controversial Arizona law that allows cops to use skin color as probable cause has not gone into effect, authorities have wasted no time in detaining American-born citizens simply because they looked too Hispanic.
[Phoenix, AZ] May 6th, 2010 - In reaction to the news that the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) will not renew their contract with Redflex Traffic Systems of Australia, to operate the state-wide freeway photo traffic enforcement system, a pr
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's administration has officially canceled the state contract that authorized Redflex Traffic Systems to issue automated freeway speeding tickets. The program, started in 2008 by Brewer's Democratic predecessor Janet Napol
Mumbles from within the bowels of DPS and Redflex indicate that their failed automated ticketing scheme will soon come to an end on valley freeways, as the state program will not be renewed.
Stationary and mobile cameras are expected to be re
The Phoenix Suns will wear "Los Suns" on their jerseys in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals on Wednesday night, owner Robert Sarver said, "to honor our Latino community and the diversity of our league, the state of Arizona, and our nation."
I'm glad, however, I'm sure we will just have some other douche bag instead. The only bad thing about this is it means he is still going to be the sheriff. Barry Hess for Governor!!!!
If you think things are getting crazy in Arizona, just wait. They're just getting started. As Adam Weinstein at Mother Jones reports, Crazy Sheriff Joe Arpaio is getting set to run for Gov. Jan Brewer's seat.
In a news conference after this story was first published, the Sheriff said he was still weighing his options, but also that he would in fact have an announcement on Monday.
I want to send my thanks to Representative Russell Pearce who was the primary sponsor of Arizona's S.B. 1070 along with David Gowan, Chuck Gray, Linda Gray, John Kavanagh, Frank Antenori, Carl Seel and Ray Barnes. In one fell swoop, these eight p