State of Arizona and the Central Arizona Project (CAP) are holding Navajo water hostage for coal and energy from the Navajo Generating Station.
Napolitano said, “...the law arguably violates the 14th amendment.”
Question - What is the Process? / Answer - Any one can nominate themselves or another to be a delegate at the Caucus. Once nominated Precinct Committe persons will vote for their candidates. The delegate candidates that get the most votes in desce
As previously reported, the final pretrial conference in my nine year running civil rights lawsuit against several Tohono O'odham police officers for conducting an illegal checkpoint operation in December of 2002 was held on March 19, 2012.
A Maricopa County judge is considering whether retired elected officials, who have the most generous public retirement system in Arizona, will again start receiving cost-of-living raises to their pensions.
The Monthly meeting of the Arizona Breakfast Club. Hometown Buffet, Scottsdale, AZ
Students call out school board for racist policies, vow to fight on despite decision
Former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas and his onetime deputy, Lisa Aubuchon, were stripped of their law licenses: the toughest sanctions possible for ethical violations in a case that attracted national interest.
Decades in the making, a Navajo-Hopi water rights settlement faces grassroots opposition, as tribe members fear the proposed settlement gives away too much and promises too little.
The former tribal elected leaders are echoing the concerns of tribal members over the provisions of the water settlement bill introduced by Arizona Senator Jon Kyl.
.Senators Seek to Extinguish Navajo and Hopi Water Rights
The allegations, some of which were stunning, led to an extended court hearing where the judge and attorneys for both the prosecution and defense questioned each panelist — 12 deliberating jurors and three remaining alternates.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is not cooperating with efforts by the county's information-technology department to inspect some computer equipment as part of a federal investigation into potentially unlawful on-the-job political activity....
Sheriff Joe Arpaio rejected outright the U.S. Justice Dept's demand for an independent monitor to oversee his office's operations, saying it would infringe on his authority over the agency. Arpaio's decision makes it likely that the two sides will fa
There’s a fine line between offensive and hilarious, and Arizona lawmakers aim to make that boundary legally protected.
Not content with banning Hispanic studies and other dangerous reading from high schools, Arizona's superintendent of schools now wants to take the fight to universities, where teachers learned "this toxic thing" to begin with.
"...the Arizona legislature passed Arizona House Bill 2549, which would update the state’s telephone harassment law to apply to the Internet and other electronic communications. The bill is sweepingly broad..."
The state's legislature has passed a bill which would update an existing telephone harassment law to apply to the Internet and other forms of electronic communication. The problem, though, is that it dramatically broadens the scope, making it poten
Tim and Rhea Gustafson are the proud new parents of a 8 lb 7 oz, baby girl, "Elin Sierra Gustafson," born March 30th, 2012. Baby Elin is perfect. Unfortunately Rhea suffered a massive life threatening hemorrhage during an especially long labor
A bill in Az. would require any gov't property operator who demands visitors disarm to be present, must assume liability for their safety and provide police or armed guards toward that end.
An Arizona lawmaker ran a red light in Scottsdale earlier this year, and it was all caught on camera. Ironically, he's proposing a change in the law at the same time.
The latest insanity in lady news comes from Arizona, where the state Senate passed a measure giving employers the power to deny prescribed birth control pills to any female employee unless she provides proof she's not using it for, umm, birth control
In the continuing saga of whether a small town of people who just wanted to get away from it all will be left alone or be ruled by others, activist Ed Foster has been returned as mayor of the town of Quartzite, AZ. How will he be hobbled this time?
It's spring-time in the Sonoran Desert, and as la maravilla of the wild flowers stretches across the valleys of southern Arizona, caravans of literary heroes and national education advocates will be descending on the Old Pueblo this weekend for a ser
Authorities say three people have been arrested on drug and money laundering charges in Tucson. The Arizona Daily Star says the three are connected to Jose Guerena, a former Marine who was fatally shot during a SWAT raid last year.
Surveillance gear for all your law enforcement goons on display at the largest annual surveillance gear expo in the world right here in Phoenix, AZ Gosh, I wonder who can attend and how much?
A standing-room-only crowd crammed into a Youngtown meeting room as the town's leaders debated disbanding their 50-year-old police force. Some residents yelled at council members. Others wept in the back of the room. The mayor, his temper flaring, th
Saying "the time has come for a new policy" in Syria, veteran Republican Sen. John McCain called Monday for U.S.-led airstrikes on President Bashar al-Assad's forces in an effort to protect civilians from a bloody yearlong crackdown by the regime.
Police say 12 people are wounded following a shooting outside a Tempe nightclub.
Mitt Romney won the Republican presidential primary in Arizona [based solely on exit polls] on Tuesday, but remained locked in a close battle with Rick Santorum in the crucial GOP contest in Michigan.