Arizona needs billions of dollars of infrastructure investment in the next few decades to create a sustainable, competitive economy. That message was delivered to 400 political, business and community leaders in proposed "legacy" projects aimed at
A claim by Arizona's governor that rising violence along the U.S.-Mexico border has led to headless bodies turning up in the desert came back to haunt her during a stammering debate performance in which she failed to back it up.
A former officer with the Arizona Department of Public Safety’s now-defunct Redflex “photo enforcement unit” was allegedly caught forging documents and using “state” resources — a DPS airplane — to stalk an ex girlfriend.
Homeowners are slashing prices more drastically and more frequently, according to recently released data from ZipRealty. The average price reduction is now 7.1 percent of list price.
What more do you need to know Obama is a traitor to America, to Arizona? His refusal to secure the border against what constitutes an armed invasion, according to the Pinal County Sheriff, is grounds for impeachment and removal from office. Denial of
Gov. Jan Brewer’s campaign chairman and policy adviser is also a lobbyist for the largest private prison company in the country. Chuck Coughlin is one of two people in the Brewer administration with ties to Corrections Corporation of America. The
Marc Victor was on KFYI radio this morning to discuss the Baseline Killer debacle with Jim Sharpe. Below is a link to the show. Marc Victor shows up about 17 minutes into the show.
A special hour-long debate with the candidates for Arizona Governor. Invited to attend: Governor Jan Brewer (Republican), Terry Goddard (Democrat), Barry Hess (Libertarian) and Larry Gist (Green).
The Maricopa County Attorney's Office has declined to pursue criminal charges in the death of Marcia Powell, a state prison inmate who died of heat-related causes after being left in an outdoor cage for hours.
The federal government has posted signs along a major interstate highway in Arizona, 100 miles north of the Mexico border, warning travelers the area is unsafe because of drug and alien smugglers, and Mexican drug cartels control some of the state.
The baseline killer should have been arrested for multiple rapes before he began killing his victims. Once it was determined the Phoenix Crime Lab had the smoking gun sitting frozen untested in lockup all along the coverup began....
Although having one of every 10 willing workers out of a job is a grim statistic, the figure is much higher when discouraged workers are included in the count. That brings the broader unemployment rate to nearly 1 in 5.
The blowback...has ranged from expected opposition to cold-blooded murder... Unclear is the liability the State of Arizona will face for their “romp in the bed” with corporatism in the form of photo enforcement... DPS is now being sued by the surviv
Although Arizona having one of every 10 willing workers out of a job is a grim statistic, the figure is much higher when discouraged workers are included in the count. That brings the broader unemployment rate to nearly 1 in 5. (20%)
Ballot initiatives were meant to allow citizens to put important issues directly to the voters. But these days in Arizona, it's nearly impossible for people to get anything on the ballot unless they hire expensive professional help. In the past fo
Eric Roles bid $10,000 more for the 92 acres from the state than did Phoenix. Phoenix demanded Eric sell to them at cost, for no gain. Negotiations ensued. Now, Phoenix is done playing, and the ass-whooping begins.
Sheriff Larry Dever of Cochise County, Arizona told reporters this week that border patrol officials are pulling their men away from the border because it’s too dangerous.
"The tough economy has pushed people's financial history and financial stability to the point where they don't qualify," said Klimke, who is also branch manager at AmeriFirst Financial Inc. in Mesa.
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As Arizona prison escapee John McCluskey and his accomplice, Casslyn Welch, remain on the loose, law enforcement agencies throughout the nation are delving into dozens of databases in search of clues that can lead to their capture.
1 out of every 5 cases being brought by US Attorney’s in the whole country are filed in Arizona. 20,818 AZ prosecutions in the first 8 months of the current fiscal year, compared with 109,532 for the entire country. Arizona has 2% of the national pop
Research discovered flagrant ILLEGAL violations of Arizona Election Laws. The interlocking pattern of deliberate subversion of security measures makes manipulation of vote counting easy, leaving elections vulnerable to undetectable fraud.
An American Traffic Solutions / City of Mesa “photo enforcement” vehicle was caught red handed early Saturday afternoon breaking various traffic laws... CameraFRAUD has collected details about the “tali-van” scofflaw, and in a twist of roles, will is
Home prices in metro Phoenix are falling again, and new data about upcoming sales suggest that they are likely to keep falling over the next few months, bringing concerns of a housing-market "double dip" closer to reality.
"...began to exercise their First Amendment rights to pass out flyers regarding Senator McCain’s voting record to other attendees at the Town Hall Meeting."
Wait 'til you see the speaker's list! Saddle up anti real-ID Rangers! ROAD TRIP!
One in four property listings on the market as of August 1 have experienced at least one price reduction, according to real estate search service Trulia.
Sales of existing single-family, detached homes in Maricopa County fell to 5,080 in July, down from 7,300 in July 2009, according to the report by Jay Butler, Arizona State University associate professor of real estate.
To survive Phoenix's housing crash, builders have already cut their costs and home prices to compete with foreclosures. If resales prices continue to fall due to foreclosures, it will make it even tougher for the new home market to compete.
Did Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon misuse his taxpayer-funded security detail to further his romantic relationship with his former chief campaign fundraiser? That is one of the things that Judicial Watch is trying to find out through a Freedom of Informat