3 hours ago | News
Critics of Hickman's Family Farms filed an air-quality complaint this week with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in their latest attempt to shut down the company's massive egg-producing facility in Tonopah. Since Hickman's opened the plant...
11 hours ago | Marijuana
The blunt realities of the state’s medical-marijuana industry are exposed in a remarkable ruling on a lawsuit between business partners that features allegations ranging from a "lack of financial controls" to a shady seed deal in a parking lot. Th...
1 day ago | News
Eyeglasses must now come off for Arizona driver's license and identification photos, but religious head scarves or hats are okay if worn "daily," according to state Motor Vehicle Division policies designed to meet national REAL ID Act requirements...
2 days ago | Crime
Phoenix police raided the home of a man suspected of raising roosters for cockfighting, finding about 45 birds and other evidence of the banned blood sport. Carlos German Vasquez-Morales, 30, was booked into jail on suspicion of 45 felony counts, ...
3 days ago | Immigration
Immigration advocates vow to appeal the so-called "papers, please" provision of Arizona's controversial SB 1070 immigration law, which was upheld last month in a trial court ruling. SB 1070 was born as the state's anti-immigrant sentiment flared i...
4 days ago | Elections
The last time Republican Pinal County Sheriff Babeu ran for Congress on an anti-illegal immigration platform, his Mexican lover outed him as a gay man and accused him of blackmail in a bombshell tale reported first in New Times. Babeu pulled out o...