7 months ago | Longform
One morning last spring, Becca Smouse, a first-year student at Arizona State University's Barrett, The Honors College, jumped in her car and headed to Tempe for her intensive freshman seminar course, the Human Event. The Human Event in many ways i...
8 months ago | Arpaio
Updated 6 p.m. Sheriff Joe Arpaio may face civil and even criminal contempt charges stemming from his office's failure to comply with a court order issued in the Melendres civil rights case. In that case, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office was f...
8 months ago | Education
A week after David Garcia conceded to Diane Douglas, a campaign to recall the state's new schools chief already is well under way. The effort is led by Anthony Espinoza, a public school teacher, and Max Goshert, an aquatic safety instructor with t...
9 months ago | News
A study released this week argues that the legalization of same-sex marriage--and through it, the increased number of same-sex weddings--will bring an additional $54 million to Arizona's economy each year. The study, conducted by the personal fina...
Mesa Tea Party Hosts Bradlee Dean, Second Speaker in a Row Who Heads a Hate Group on the Southern Poverty Law Center's List9 months ago | News
Last night, the Red Mountain Tea Party hosted its second speaker in a row who heads an organization found on the Southern Poverty Law Center's list of hate groups. Bradlee Dean, called an activist, author, and radio show host in fliers publicizing...
9 months ago | Education
Nearly a week after polls closed, Democrat David Garcia has finally conceded to Republican Diane Douglas in the race for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Garcia spent the week holding tight for a final ballot count, but conceded late ye...