Infamous Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio is among a number of sheriffs across the country who are vowing that they will not enforce any new gun laws imposed by the federal government.
Tucson Fire responded to a fire at the Marksman Pistol Institute on East 29th Street just before 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
The state criminal investigator who informed the FBI that Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne may have acted illegally and unethically, as a candidate for the office and in his duties as the state’s top prosecutor, has filed a lawsuit against Horne
John Bush and Catherine Bleish provide an update on what they will be doing in 2013 and beyond - John's show (Rise Up Radio) is now on LRN.FM; Sovereign Living encourages people to invest in their sovereignty by learning to live self sufficiently...
Just a day after one of his deputies was shot in the line of duty, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio stopped by 3TV's studio to talk about what law-enforcement officers face on a daily basis and his plan to arm all of his deputies with automatic or
But the trade-in was only one option. Down the street, those against the gun buyback rallied to offer people more money for the same weapons. Pro-gun supporters say they bought more than 40 guns from people willing to sell.
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Bobcat kitten gets stuck in wall.
Nearly 4,400 people statewide were arrested on suspicion of DUI between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve by officers participating in regional saturation enforcements, according to the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
Prescott Valley police Chief Bill Fessler has broken his silence about a fight at a bar on Whiskey Row in Prescott that allegedly involved members of the police motorcycle club in which he is a member.
The department turned over the investigation of Saturday night's incident involving members of the Iron Brotherhood Motorcycle Club to the Department of Public Safety once Prescott Valley police officers were recognized among the bikers.
A group that advocates for pro-gun, state legislation said Wednesday guns should be allowed in Arizona public schools to provide protection against shootings such as the one in Connecticut.
An internal investigation reveals officer Tony Trow of the Tempe Police Department hid evidence in his garage. CBS 5 KPHO News asks Criminal Defense Attorney Marc J. Victor about his thoughts on this matter.
John Schnaubelt walks in. He's a large guy in his mid-40s and would have been noticeable even if he hadn't stared at the players and said, "Hello, ladies and gents!" in a suspiciously loud, looking-for-trouble kind of voice.
Workers prepared to install a limestone slab that is part of a monument to the Bill of Rights at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix. It will be dedicated Saturday.
Come out and have a blast on Saturday December 15th 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm while we celebrate the work of Arizona's Activists while raising funds for Activists to defend against bogus charges from the state. Full details inside!
Lottery officials on Monday identified a Phoenix-area man who claimed half of a record $587.5 million Powerball jackpot, putting an end to the man's hopes of remaining anonymous.
[How did I miss this?] Videotaped depositions made available to CBS 5 Investigates appear to show Pima County sheriff's detectives and SWAT members contradicting each other as they answer attorneys' questions about a search warrant raid
Time lapse of the Amendment monoliths for America's 1st Bill of Rights Monument being craned on to their pedastels in advance of the monument's Bill of Rights Day (December 15) dedication at the Arizona Capitol.
Politics on the Rocks is honored to host Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform on Thursday, December 6th 6:00 PM at The Mint located at 7373 E. Camelback Rd. Scottsdale, Arizona.
Once again the Quartzsite Town Clerk, Terry Frausto, appears to be involved in a felony-and a conspiracy-for the old cabal. Attached is her carefully worded (I say) response to a Quartzsite Councilwoman's "record request" for . . . .
The State Bar of Arizona is investigating Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne over allegations stemming from a 14-month investigation into campaign finance violations. The Bar, which licenses and regulates attorneys, is investigating the state’s to
Saturday December 15th 2012 at Wesley Bolin Plaza at the Arizona State Capital
Up at 5am and dressed in prison stripes, they march to order and labour in temperatures of 40°C. Nigel Farndale meets members of the world’s only female chain gang – the pride of 'America’s toughest lawman’
The Arizona Court of Appeals says the Legislature acted within its authority in 2009 when it took nearly $4.7 million from a special fund for injured workers in order to help keep the state in the black during a budget crisis.
Republican attorneys have filed a court motion in southern Arizona to halt the counting of some 130 ballots in Congressional District 2, where GOP candidate Martha McSally fights to gain an edge over opponent Rep. Ron Barber, D-Ariz.
A Mesa man is in critical condition after his wife allegedly ran him down in a parking lot because he did not vote.
Richert, who assumed the city's top management position in 2010, said he had lost the confidence of the mayor and council members. The Scottsdale City Council went into a closed-door session to discuss his employment contract.
Torres' lawyers hit the state's Vital Records Office with a subpoena, seeking all documents the department had for their client. After weeks of stalling, OVR responded with a sworn statement they were "all of the documents in possession of