Scottsdale police used excessive force in 2008 when they shot a man in the back without a warning, rendering him a paraplegic, a judge has ruled. David Hulstedt, who was 35 at the time of the shooting, filed a $40 million lawsuit against the city in 2009. An August 6 ruling in the suit by U.S. Dis ... More >>
How do deputy prosecutors sleep at night, when they are charged by their elected bosses to rack up as many warm bodies in prison as possible, to overlook exculpatory evidence, to cull only those facts from a case that lead to conviction, and ignore all others? Sure, it's their living. But after ... More >>
Ray Krone's got it all. A new look. Money. Problem is, he can't seem to forgive those who screwed up and put him on Arizona's death row
From death row to mom's enchiladas-- a free man.
Investigators say he was bigger than Sammy the Bull. His minions say he ruled the drug trade in the Valley's rave scene. Now, authorities have "English Shaun," the man they claim reigned over a nighttime empire of ecstasy, meth, violence and excess.
New twists in bizarre Rocky Point murder case
In a luridly chilling videotape, a transsexual who helped convict her lover of murdering his wife says she did it herself
Tom McGovern and Janet Napolitano are running close in a cordial race for attorney general. But somebody has to win.
UNDER ITS "REUNIFICATION-FIRST" POSICY, THE STATE OF ARIZONA ROUTINELY FORCES CHILDREN TO LIVE WITH PARENTS WHO ARE UNFIT GUARDIANS BY ANY DEFINITION
WHEN IT WAS OVER, PHOENIX COP JOE PEREZ ADMITTED HE'D DONE WRONG. LOOK WHERE IT GOT HIM.