News Jury Nullification Billboard Debuts To Educate Valley Residents Of Jurors' Secret Power
This week marks the start of an initial 8-week run of a billboard in Phoenix, Arizona at the Jefferson Street/1st Avenue Light Rail Station, designed to educate the community about jury nullification.
News Attorneys call for halt of botched AZ execution an hour after 'lethal' injection
Joseph Wood died at 3:49 p.m. local time, one hour and 57 minutes after his execution began. In Arizona, the execution of a death row inmate by means of lethal injection went wrong Wednesday evening, prompting the
News Glendale City Council supports tribe's casino plan
The council voted 4-3 to rescind its previous opposition to a plan by the Tohono O'odham Nation to build a major casino resort on its land less than two miles from the Jobing.com Arena and the University of Phoenix Stadium.
News Tucson Police Release Body-Worn Cam Footage Of Sick, Coed-Attacking Cop [VIDEO]
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The police department in Tucson, Ariz. has released raw video footage from the camera police officer Joel Mann was wearing when he brutally pummeled a female student who was walking innocuously just off the campus of the University of Arizona.
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News Video shows Arizona cop's violent attack on black professor who got charged with assault
An English professor at Arizona State University stands charged with assault and other violations after she was body-slammed to the ground by a campus police officer over a jaywalking incident.
News Redflex Bribery Battle Spills Into Federal Court
Rosenberg served court papers on the Arizona and the California offices of Redflex. Redflex rejected this service, calling the Arizona corporation Redflex Traffic Systems Inc a "sham defendant, which does not exist."
News Arizona sued by property owners over management of fatal Yarnell wildfire
Families of 19 firefighter killed in wildfire are among 160 plaintiffs suing the state for damages estimated in the millions
News Sabotage at Nogales station puts focus on threats to grid
The FBI is investigating whether a makeshift bomb placed next to a 50,000-gallon diesel tank at an Arizona power station Wednesday has any connection to a suspicious incident this year at another substation owned by the same company.
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News 300 more immigrant children shipped to Arizona
Three hundred more unaccompanied migrant children with more on the way were transported Saturday from southern Texas into a makeshift way station set up in a Border Patrol detention facility in Nogales, Ariz., ....
News US agency still flying migrant families to Arizona
Arizona - angry about the federal government sending from Texas to Arizona immigrants who are in the country illegally - said conditions at the holding center are so dire federal officials asked the state to ship medical supplies
News Wild Horse Pass Resort will host Super Bowl team
The Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa once again will play a role in bringing Super Bowl activities to the southeast Valley by hosting one of the teams participating in the 2015 Super Bowl on Feb. 1 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale
News Arizonas Revenge Porn Crime: So Much For Limits
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed its flavor of a revenge porn crime into law. The crime went from misdemeanor to felony. It criminalized images of another person in a state of nudity, whatever that means. And it has no Anthony Weiner exception.
News The Arizona Solar Tax and Who Benefits From It
"A new interpretation of state law in Arizona could force customers to pay property taxes on leased solar panels. In a state with an estimated 20,000 solar customers and 85 percent of new solar installations being leased systems, the implications of
News Phoenix VA Scheme Exposed: 40 Veterans on Secret Waiting List Died While Waiting for Care
Long waiting times for appointments led to the deaths of at least 40 veterans who were patients at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care System. Many of those veterans were placed on a secret waiting list that was part of a scheme
News Pascua Yaqui Tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under VAWA
This time, the Yaqui police were armed with a new law that allows Indian tribes, which have their own justice system, to prosecute non-Indians. Instead of driving Lopez to the Circle K and telling him to leave the reservation, they arrested him.
News Arizona veterans claim victory for marijuana research funding effort
Marc Victor, chairman of the Arizona Veterans Assistance Committee, which was leading a recall of state Sen. Kimberly Yee, says he is filing papers with the secretary of state to terminate the recall after negotiating a compromise with Yee.
News Arizona DPS on the lookout for distracted drivers
"Its not just cellphone use," Baum said. "You could be eating a hamburger, putting on makeup, just talking to the people that are in the car, and not paying attention to the roadway."
News Tucson cop who randomly slammed woman to the ground not so tough after receiving threats
The Daily Caller
The Tucson police officer who was caught on video brutally pummeling a female student as she walked innocuously near the campus of the University of Arizona has been identified as Joel Mann,
News Planning for Tempe's Sustainable Future - City of Tempe's General Plan 2040
THE PLAN: One generation plants trees, the next enjoys the shade. As with the Chinese proverb, through the General Plan process, the City of Tempe thinks to the next generations to ensure the city's sustainable growth, economic prosperity and continu
News Judge in racial profiling case scolds sheriff aide
A federal judge presiding over a racial profiling case against an Arizona sheriff's office chided the sheriff and his top aide on Monday for mischaracterizing his findings, telling them he's unimpressed by what he called their apparent "double dealin
News The Whitewash
Family and friends gathered around for the unveiling. At last, we were finally going to get some answers from Arizona Public Service (APS) about why they had installed a surveillance camera in our suburban, Phoenix neighborhood. Jill Monier, from Fox
News FBI had urged arrest of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, but quashed
The records indicate that FBI agents found probable cause to recommend felony counts of obstructing criminal investigations of prosecutions, theft by threats, tampering with witnesses, perjury and theft by extortion.
News Massaging horses? You're going to need a license for that. Video, 2min.
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The Ariz. State Veterinary Medical Examining Board wants to throw entrepreneurs who massage animals without a veterinary license into jail and fine them $3,500 per violation.
News Arizona governor's veto aimed at own party's right
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Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer slapped down the right wing of her own party, vetoing a bill pushed by social conservatives that would have allowed people with sincerely held religious beliefs to refuse to serve gays.