It is a story that has been trending on social media. A flag flying upside down at a Glendale McDonalds restaurant.
Do you know about SB 1445? The mainstream media isn't talking about it – all that much – but it's something you may want to know about. SB 1445 is a bill that would prevent the names of officers involved in shootings (or any investigation rea
A gunman opened fire inside a motel room in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa on Wednesday, killing a man and wounding two women before shooting three more people as he sought to elude an exhaustive manhunt that ended in his capture, police said.
Ryan Giroux I'm sure you've heard about the shootings in Arizona today (March 18th), but for those who haven't, let me recap. Allegedly, 41 year old Ryan Giroux went on a shooting spree, leaving 1 dead and 5 others injured.
Our Constitution intended that only elected lawmakers be permitted to create law. Yet judges create their own law in the judicial system based on their own opinions and rulings. It's called case law, and it is churned out daily through the rulings
At approximately noon on February 25, 2015, the Internet went down in a wide swath ranging from just north of Phoenix stretching to Flagstaff, Arizona. Internet service was restored the following day around 1pm local time.
Cellphone, Internet, and telephone services across half of Arizona went dark after vandals sliced a sensitive fiber optic cable. The incident is raising concerns about the safety of U.S. infrastructure.
State joins growing movement to ditch federal standards