Glendale had been on track to stunningly remake itself into a sports mecca with four major sports: hockey, baseball, basketball and football.
[Is an injunction next?] The plaintiff, Mr. Daniel Gutenkauf has filed the suit under the grounds that all named parties are acting as a criminal syndicate, committing extortion and fraud in order to profit from scamera tickets.
Arizona's Legislature opened up the sale and use of consumer fireworks this year, but the East Valley's cities are moving to prohibit them before the new law takes effect. Mesa and Tempe are the farthest along, with their city councils reviewing b
Attorney Ben Quayle (R), son of former Vice President Dan Quayle is running for the U.S. Congressional (District-3) seat in Arizona. Here young Ben is outed as a creation of and backing by the Neocons.
A court-appointed receiver has taken over operations of the 97-year-old Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort after San Marcos Capital partners defaulted on a $23.9 million loan from Guaranty Bank and Trust Co...
Goldwater Institute attorney Clint Bolick joined Ernie Hancock on Declare Your Independence to talk about the Scharf-Norton Litigation Center and some timely Arizona issues.
Declare Your Independence... you can't be independent of government (or anything/one else) if you are dependent
a 48-year old pipeline carrying gasoline from El Paso to Phoenix ruptured on the south side of Tucson. The break in the high pressure underground line spilled 10,000 gallons of gasoline, dousing 5 homes under construction on West Grant and North Silv
A U.S. Department of Education report lists Arizona as having the nation’s highest rate of student loan defaults. That’s because the report counts loan defaults by schools based in a state. That means the for-profit University of Phoenix, with its na
The FBI will not say what it is investigating at Tempe City Hall that caused agents to detain workers for hours inside the building. In partnership with Tempe police entered the building, had workers pull the curtains and to turn off their cell phone
Greater Good Holocaust survivor speaks in downtown AND its FREE If anyone has a right to hold a grudge, it’s Eva Mozes Kor. As a young child, Ms. Kor and her twin sister Miriam were victims of Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele’s barbaric experiments at Ausc
PHOENIX -- The first and only debate between candidates in Arizona's 2010 race for the U.S. Senate was hosted by KTVK-3TV on Sunday. Incumbent Senator John McCain (R), faced his Democratic challenger Rodney Glassman, Libertarian Party candidate Da
Come down to the Freedom's Phoenix workshop from 7:00-9:30 p.m. to meet Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller of Liberty on Tour. These young men are touring 13 cities in 13 weeks advancing a message of voluntaryism.
It's official! In an clear statement of disapproval by the voters, THE QUARTZSITE TOWN COUNCIL HAS BEEN TOTALLY RECALLED! (And so quickly too!) That's right dedicated readers, the petitions were recorded today and joining Babs and Machine Gu
In the report, Aubuchon is accused of filing numerous cases based on insufficient evidence - including one filed merely to stop a court hearing that Thomas did not want to take place - and of misusing "the awesome power of the prosecutor's office."
When Thomas de Jong was indicted on 3 felony counts of pollution in 1996, he knew it was a mistake because the failed wastewater system at his dairy farm had been designed by the federal government. Nevertheless, he endured years of litigation and $2
According to a new report by A.S.U. in Phoenix alone foreclosures and REOs account for 67% of all home sale transactions. According to author Jay Butler, out of 8,790 resales, 3,990 were foreclosure sales. This compares to 3,865 in July...
Marshall Vest, a University of Arizona economist, said that in April he determined the national recession ended in June 2009. He contends that the recession in Arizona ended around the end of 2009 or the beginning of 2010...
The median sale price of existing Phoenix-area homes declined in August for the third consecutive month, according to an Arizona State University report.
Sheriff Joe is always talking about his department’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration but now he wants to commission a posse whose only job will be to enforce illegal immigration and human smuggling laws.
More than one out of five Arizonans live in poverty, a figure higher than anywhere else in the nation except for Mississippi.
Attorneys working for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors want to know if the Sheriff’s Office has been spying on information technology employees, according to a letter sent last Friday and obtained by The Republic.
A top aide to Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has requested an investigation of the sheriff's second-in-command, Chief Deputy David Hendershott, and two of his allies, signaling growing concern among the sheriff's top hierarchy about the agency's
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More than 1 out of 5 Arizonans live in poverty, a figure higher than anywhere else in the nation except for Mississippi. Nearly 1.4 million Arizonans live in households earning less than the federal poverty level. That computes out to 21.2%. The nati
Come down to the Freedom's Phoenix Workshop Friday Sept. 24th 7pm and learn some things you've probably never heard about the the history of the state of Arizona and much of the American continent. Mr. Tom Denny says there are many facts that li
Just days before she was scheduled to be sworn in as governor, her son's lawyer convinced Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Pendleton Gaines to seal the entire criminal record. Such action is relatively unheard of in Maricopa County.
Phoenix Activists using coreplast and wood put together a billboard that states very clearly and succinctly “9/11 was an inside job”. The portable billboard was constructed to bring awareness to the 9/11 government conspiracy theory that: planes l
Jay Butler, head of Realty Studies at ASU, was interviewed by ABC15 in Arizona saying that the number of underwater homes in Phoenix may be as high as 66-67%. This means a complete bloodbath for housing prices is still just beyond the horizon...
A patrol officer spotted the 14-year-old girl on a Tucson street who appeared to be soliciting. The officer questioned her and says the girl admitted she was a runaway from Phoenix and she was being trained as a prostitute.