An air leak and a bulge were noted in inspections dating back to 2008 of the section of Tempe Town Lake dam that burst last week, but neither the city nor the manufacturer considered the damage serious enough to warrant action. [says who?]
Nicaraguan mother Lorena Aguilar hawks a television set and a few clothes on the baking sidewalk outside her west Phoenix apartment block. A few paces up the street, her undocumented Mexican neighbor Wendi Villasenor touts a kitchen table,
If "stupid" was a crime, Robert Sarver would be doing life without parole.Read Letter
It has come to my attention a letter to the editor was published on this website accusing me of conspiracy to fix the election in Quartzsite, Arizona. I would like to address this issue with your readers. My name is Shanana "Rain" Golden-BearRead Letter
not only has the vice mayor been proven to be on drugs at the time , no charges have been filed except for the 2 mis charges on myself which i beat in court ~ he was on valium/AMBIEN/ nor diazapam/and said he had taken oxycotin as well...i haveRead Letter
A Phoenix-area man accused - and later acquitted - of murdering his infant son in 2003 won a second legal battle this month when a jury found two Maricopa County Sheriff's detention officers liable for abuse and awarded him $855,000 in civil damages.
A section of the inflatable rubber dam that forms Tempe Town Lake exploded shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday, sending a wall of water into the Salt River bed. The river filled as far as the eye could see within seconds, witnesses reported.
Short sales, priced below normal or traditional home sales, are climbing. During the past month, almost 28 percent of all of the region's home sales were short sales, up from 21 percent the month before.
Philip Kanemeyer, 23, of Tempe, said the sound of the explosion was so loud that he ducked. "I saw pieces flying 10 feet into the air."
Arizona should have its own bank so taxpayer dollars could help fund local businesses instead of boosting the profits of big multinational banks.
The National Guard troops assigned to the Arizona border will begin to arrive Aug. 1, and the federal government is sending other reinforcements to stem the flow of illegal immigrants and narcotics entering the state, Homeland Security Secretary Jane
SARA! No, not Sarah Connor, who was mercilessly pursued in the Terminator series by a self-aware surveillance network named Skynet. We’re talking about the “Safer Arizona Roads Alliance,” the astroturf answer by photo radar peddlers such as American
Sen. John McCain, Jim Deakin and JD Hayworth participate in a LIVE 3TV debate. They discuss foreign affairs among other issues in Part I.
JT Ready, a 37-year-old ex-Marine and his friends are outfitted with military fatigues, body armor and gas masks, and carry assault rifles. Ready takes offense at the term "neo-Nazi," but admits he identifies with the National Socialist Movement.
Glendale PD pulled Wright over "at gunpoint"....Meanwhile, on the same day, Glendale detectives searched Jacobs' home (without a warrant), seized his computers and interviewed Jacobs at work without allowing him the benefit of a lawyer, the suit stat
The midyear numbers put us on pace to exceed 3 million properties with foreclosure filings by the end of the year, and more than 1 million bank repossessions,” Saccacio continued. “The roller coaster pattern of foreclosure activity over...
States have the authority to enforce immigration laws and protect their borders, Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox said Wednesday in a legal brief on behalf of nine states supporting Arizona's immigration law.
The message is loud and clear: suspicion-less, 24-hour government surveillance is unacceptable, especially when the cameras have a negative impact on roadway safety.
"The way that the government has set things up is that we're really enslaved," said Jonathan. "We the people. I have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, as does everyone. And so the way the system is set up, they're taking that aw
Earlier this month, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer met with President Obama to discuss the critical issue of border security. The Governor of Arizona personally relayed to the President the concerns of millions of Arizona citizens over the lack of secu
In a press conference today, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and former County Attorney Andrew Thomas introduced the man they believe can help sort it all out: Bob Barr has agreed to be an expert witness in matters pertaining to the Board of Super
A giant sombrero placed over a Redflex ticketing machine in Paradise Valley, Arizona was stomped on and destroyed by town police officers before being placed in the back seat of a cruiser. CameraFRAUD volunteers had gathered at the “scamera” location
Arizona's Photo Radar - Olivia Munn explores the debate between Arizona's highway safety and the invasion of privacy. (05:19)
Phoenix AZ - Owner of Budget Signs places 6 x 13 ft sign in front of his business stating “Fight Organized Crime Re-Elect NO ONE in WASHINGTON. I talked to Dan the owner of Budget Signs and he is fed up with the crooks and liars in government. The p
Our favorite Redflex/Arizona Republic corp-media hybrid drone (“reporter”) Michael Ferraresi covers the City of Phoenix’s new scheme to use intrusive license plate recognition in combination with watch lists of those suspected of not paying parking t
The Obama administration today sued Arizona over the state's strict new immigration law in a move that drew fire from Republicans who said the border needed more security. The Arizona law requires state and local police to investigate the immigration
Arizona's campaign against Mexican immigrants seems to intensify with every passing week. This latest round of escalation, however, has even some proponents of getting tough on illegal immigrants wondering if it's just gone a bit too far.
Is Jan Brewer suggesting in a subtle way that Al Qaeda's methods are being adopted by illegal immigrants in the Arizona desert?
Chandler, AZ – The leading Arizona group advocating for the removal of automated ticking cameras is proud to announce an unprecedented grassroots fundraiser in the month of July.
CameraFRAUD, established in 2008 after then-Governor Janet N
The nation's top civil liberties group on Wednesday issued travel alerts for Arizona, saying the state's new law cracking down on illegal immigrants could lead to racial profiling and warrantless arrests. American Civil Liberties Union affiliates