On July 19 at midnight photo radar cameras along busy Tempe roads and intersections will be shut off and many residents are looking forward to it.
Quartzsite Town Council Training from The League of Cities 6 of 7 10/14/2010
The Town Council met Sunday in emergency session to beef up security after receiving death threats. A guard may be at Town Hall's front door this morning. Mayor Ed Foster refused to participate in Sunday's council meeting, saying an agenda had not
"I called the FBI in Washington, D.C., and the guy just laughed at me and asked, 'Ma'am, how come I haven't seen this on the news?'"
Boosted by conservative activists who admire his ferocity on spending issues, Flake won a seat this year on the prestigious Appropriations Committee. In addition, Flake recently announced his candidacy to succeed Sen. Jon Kyl, who is retiring.
Ed Foster - Mayor of Quartzite In Studio for 2 hours - Government cannot be fixed... even from the inside / Barry Hess - In Studio
Quartzsite police arrested a reporter at an open meeting last week, and it’s not the first time she’s been arrested in the town.
I heard this mentioned briefly, but hadn't seen the particulars until today. This is surely one to keep tabs on...
Yes, it was messy.
An appeals court has ordered federal prison officials to temporarily stop forcing anti-psychotic drugs on the suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage. U.S. District Judge Larry Burns ruled that he didn't want to second-guess prison doctors
Government at the point of a gun. If every single one of the officers is not in jail tomorrow---it'll mean the People have already given in to the police state. No sense in complaining. Regardless of what happens to the bonehead councilman who see
Pima County Republican Party leaders voted to take the party chairman’s keys to the headquarters away and call a special meeting to try to remove him from his post after he criticized a SWAT raid that resulted in the shooting death of a veteran
For those of you staying in town over the 4th of July weekend, we would like to extend an invitation for you to beat the heat and come cool off with us! Ernie and I will be having a POOL PARTY Saturday, July 2nd, at 1 p.m. after the Breakfast Club
A small plane owned by a former Arizona state lawmaker has been intercepted by U.S. military planes for flying without a flight plan near the Mexico border. Peter Goudinoff says he was looking at wildfire damage near Sierra Vista
A release by the hackers, plastered across the homepages of the affected websites, claimed they were releasing information on 1,200 officers. This marks the third major release of documents and personal information on Arizona law enforcement official
After years of attempting to curry favor with elected officials by lavishing them with expensive gifts including out-of-state trips and tickets to sporting events, the Fiesta Bowl indicates it wants the money back. The bowl, is negotiating with the I
"This leak has names, addresses, phone numbers, passwords, social security numbers, online dating account info, voicemails, chat logs, and seductive girlfriend pictures belonging to a dozen Arizona police officers," the group claimed and more....
The former mayor of Nogales accepted a plea deal that will likely send him to prison for two years. Octavio Garcia-Von Borstel had been charged with soliciting bribes while mayor. He pleaded no contest to illegally conducting an enterprise.
A key feature of the Arizona law gave candidates extra money if they face well-heeled opponents that opted out of the state election financing system.
The real estate crash is much deeper than the media is making it out to be. Entire life savings are being wiped out in markets that are tanking like the Titanic. What is troubling is that some markets are having Depression like symptoms...
New Times had named Sheriff Joe Arpaio, former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas, and Thomas' one-time special prosecutor Dennis Wilenchik as defendants. But a two judge majority on the appeals panel found that of these three, only Wilenchik did
An international group identifying itself as LulzSec claims it hacked into the Arizona Department of Public Safety's computer and downloaded a trove of sensitive law enforcement files now being distributed on the Internet. LulzSec said in a bullet
The data, based on pending sales shows metro Phoenix's median home price could fall to $106,000 in July and $97,000 in August.
The local NBC affiliate reported today on a new report out on the US housing market. In the report Tucson and Phoenix are noted as suffering from falling home prices, and pending home sales prices that have not been seen in over 10 years...
TWENTY!!! Gilbert police officers, some in masks and riot gear, stormed a home last week after receiving a tip that the owner was in possession of an ounce of marijuana. (emphasis mine - Ed)
The traditional icons of Arizona miners are picks and shovels, but a new project could harvest copper from deep underground without moving a spade of dirt using hundreds of pumps that send acid underground to dissolve the copper minerals, then suck t
US lawmaker Gabrielle Giffords was released from hospital Wednesday, doctors said, five months after she was shot in the head at point-blank range in an attack which shocked America. A few days after the first photos of her since the attack were
Arizona Police Officer Execute Man For Telling Them They Needed A Warrant
Sixteen suspects in a drug ring will walk and the futures of at least 17 others are unclear after a Valley wiretapping case was dismissed amid questions about a veteran Glendale detective's reliability. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Paul Mc
Elections officials in Maricopa County have so far verified as valid more than 8,000 signatures submitted by a group seeking to recall Senate President Russell Pearce.