Police documents show Beasley then got out of his car and went up to Stuart. Stuart claims he shot Beasley in self-defense. The case against Stuart encountered lengthy delays. Multiple defense attorneys were appointed and later withdrew. Stuart,
John Stuart's Murder Trial came to a close today with the defense resting. Closing Arguments will have started. If you are interested the courtroom is spacious with plenty of room for spectators in the gallery and by god comfortable seating!
Top Glendale administrators improperly shifted millions of dollars among several internal accounts for years in an attempt to cover the true costs of an early-retirement program, according to a 250-page financial audit released Wednesday.
Civil rights advocate Jarrett Maupin and Glendale City Council members Ian Hugh and Norma Alvarez claim the city moved money around to pay for the Phoenix Coyotes illegally.
Mike Shipley and Jesse Mathewson, Ariznoa activists, talk about their new podcast "Outright Arizona Podcast" - Dee Lusby comes back on the show to further the conversation about Biological Beekeeping
Coulter was at the preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys when he decided to take a picture. He landed his beer to his 15 -year-old son and was taking the picture when undercover officers with the Arizona Dept of Liquor Licenses
Just what exactly are they doing out there in Sun City, anyway?
Report: Number of kids in system rose 40% in 3 years
2014 is coming quickly, I encourage each and every one of you to run for some office: school board, corporation commission, or development commission, there are so many offices to chose from. If not you, then consider who will? More of the same stat
Tuesday night the Tempe City Council voted to restructure the way Tempe Town Lake is paid for. The Developers got a discount and the people, well they may have to pick up the extra costs.
A new Arizona court ruling says police can take temporary custody of a person's gun for officer-safety reasons even if the person's contact with police was voluntary. A man appealing a firearms misconduct conviction argued that police
President Obama has chosen Arizona for the next stop on his middle-class speech tour. The White House says Obama will visit Phoenix next Tuesday to lay out ideas for helping homeowners and others who want to own a home.
According to those in the know, we are behind in gathering signatures to put the Expansion of Medicaid (OBrewerCare) on the ballot. The expansion of Medicaid is part of ObamaCare. Our deadline is September 5th to have the petitions turned in.
Quintton Jones was fined $100. He showed up for his court date, but left before being excused, saying he had to take care of his sick grandmother. "I did take it seriously I just couldn't stay at all I thought he'd let me off but he didn't," said Jon
"Dear Sheriff Dupnik: The Operations Order that your agency submitted to the Arizona Department of Homeland Security (~DOHS) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for consideration under the Operation Stonegarden Grant Program (OPSG) has been award
Her conviction was thrown out by the US Court of Appeals because of a tainted confession supposedly obtained by a Phoenix police officer with an extensive record of misconduct. At Milke’s original trial, it was his word against hers,
On July 1, 2013 in Pima County's Consolidated Justice Court, hearing officer Chris Holguin dismissed the single charge of "stopping unnecessarily in the highway" levied against me by Pima County Sheriff Deputy Thomas Audetat after he decided he neede
YARNELL, Ariz. — As the windblown blaze suddenly swept toward them, an elite crew of firefighting “Hotshots” desperately rushed to break out their emergency shelters and take cover on the ground under the heat-resistant fabric.
19 firefighters have died battling a wildfire in Central Arizona, Fox' Phoenix affiliate reports.
Nineteen firefighters have died fighting a wildfire in northern Arizona, according to officials. The Daily Courier says the Prescott Fire Department lost nearly its entire crew on Sunday while battling the Yarnell Hill fire.
(Update - charge dismissed against Checkpoint USA) On Monday July 1, 2013, I'll be back in Pima County Justice Court defending myself against a bogus traffic citation issued on March 29, 2013 at the SR-86 Milepost 146.6 CBP roadblock. The citation wa
....this information — obtained using taxpayer-funded resources — promptly was shared with those whom Occupy organized to protest. Police officials passed along details to bank executives and the American Legislative Exchange Council
Gov. Jan Brewer signed an elections bill that basically wipes out Libertarian and other third-party candidates, boosting their signature requirements to unattainable levels. Green Party candidates would actually have to collect more signatures
A divided Arizona Senate passed a key piece of President Barack Obama's Medicaid expansion agenda on Thursday, handing Republican Governor Jan Brewer a policy victory over fierce opposition from conservatives in her party.
Prosecutors and lawyers for John Junker are proposing new delays in the sentencings of the former Fiesta Bowl chief executive for his admitted involvement in an illegal campaign contribution scheme.
Since Casey knows that Snow's order is unlikely to be overturned and as he and the sheriff hope to avoid the independent monitor the plaintiffs want to oversee the decision, the MCSO already has begun to comply.
What if you woke up one day and found out that your communities water had been legislated away by your state Government in order to supply other communities for “sustainable development”? This situation is unfolding right now.
Essentially, Snow found the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office under Joe Arpaio had engaged for years in a pattern and practice of discriminatory policing aimed at Latinos. He issued a broad injunctive order forbidding the use of "race
Arizona's bitter debate over a signature part of President Obama's health care overhaul has sparked an investigation into lawmakers' safety after at least 9 legislators received a threatening email over Gov. Brewer's push to expand Medicaid access.
Show Low Arizona – May 24, 2013 Arizona Freedom Fest You will be able to enjoy a PRIVATE GUN SHOW, Camping and Fishing in the cool pines. The Speakers comprise an all star cast of Activists, a former presidential candidate, a former Arizona State S