with Ernest Hancock & Dave Hodges
When Phoenix police arrested suspected freeway shooter Leslie Allen Merritt Jr. on Friday they victoriously tweeted, "we got him."
"We got him! Great work by Arizona DPS investigators and SWAT team," proclaimed Arizona Governor Doug Ducey after police swooped into a local Wal-Mart store and arrested 21-year-old Leslie Allen Merritt for the recent string of freeway shootings in
State police finally make (splashy) arrest of drive by shooter (while quietly releasing first arrestee) and explain lack of links to most drive by shootings as copy cats whom yet to be identified.
As I made my rounds around people in the know, over the past couple of days, regarding the I-10 shootings, I have concluded that many are very worried that Phoenix will be the site of the next big false flag event. This article details what is known
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating a series of possible shootings on valley freeways on Thursday.
Financially, the farm is struggling this year. In order for the farm to continue, Tonopah Rob needs at least 50 new CSA memberships. The only share size available are the half shares. If all current CSA members can recruit at least one new CSA mem
Phoenix voters approved a major boost in transportation funding for new light rail lines, bus expansion and street improvements over the next several decades in Tuesday's election.
Bob Anderson in studio to talk about when 'Something Wicked This Way Comes'. Are we ready?
Ernest Hancock goes over the his experience at the League of AZ Cities and Towns Conference held in Tucson this past week. He provides a report on how the wheels turn behind the scenes of government at the local level and how our liberties are not ev
"Rounding up 11 million people and deporting them, you know it may sound good to some people, but that's not pragmatic," Carson said before walking on stage.
Tonight, our client Ryan Escochea talks about being prosecuted for acting to stop a potential rape from occurring after a party at his home.... See the complete story, tonight on Channel 15 at 6:30 and 10:00 pm.
Johnathon Serna was convicted of misconduct with weapons when police noticed a gun during a consensual conversation. He did 2 1/2 years, but the high court ruled that his Fourth Amendment rights were violated.
Sen John McCain gets carted away in an SUV after the Navajo decided they didn't want him around
There are new developments involving a former Glendale Police Officer who recently became the interim Police Chief of the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department. A new online report is raising questions about Chief Andre Anderson's record while he
Arizona Rules All Dogs Sold In Pet Stores To Come From Shelters
Last Wednesday, the US Senate quietly confirmed Diane Humetewa as the first-ever Native American woman federal judge.
A judge on Friday ordered the seizure of identification documents and computer hard drives from Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office, and chastised his attorneys for failing to turn over the evidence, requested months ago in a racial-profiling case
September 25, 2015 - September 27, 2015
Donald Trump is holding a massive rally in Phoenix Saturday to take on illegal immigration -- an event that generated so much interest that the campaign had to book a larger venue.
Ed and Gerry Luterbach, avid proponents of aquaponics gardening, didn't stop with just one aquaponics grow bed and fish tank. After six years, their aquaponics garden now includes six grow beds filled with vegetables and two fish tanks filled with
A couple of miles outside the town of Page, three 775-foot-tall caramel-colored smokestacks tower like sentries on the edge of northern Arizona's sprawling red sandstone wilderness.
Justice Kagan: "The Town of Gilbert's defense of its sign ordinance--most notably, the law's distinctions between directional signs and others--does not pass strict scrutiny, or intermediate scrutiny, or even the laugh test."