Cloves Campbell, publisher of the Arizona Informant, shocked a good deal of people when he labeled Pastor Warren Stewart's opponent, Lawrence Robinson, a "house Negro" in a May 22 editorial. On the Informant's Facebook page, the editorial is labeled as "provocative." Most seem to call it offensiv ... More >>
State Senator Steve Gallardo, D-Phoenix, says he's "suspicious" that funds may have been misappropriated from another foundation run by corrupt former lawmaker Richard Miranda. Miranda, a Democrat from Tolleson who resigned abruptly on February 16 after 13 years in the Arizona Legislature, pleaded ... More >>
Griselda NevarezEducators or politicians?It isn't just undocumented students upset with the Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board anymore. State politicians and business leaders showed up at last night's board meeting to condemn Maricopa Community Colleges' recent tuition hike targetin ... More >>
Fermin Leon and "Jane Doe 1" are worried about the impact Arizona's new immigration law, and have teamed up with the http://www.conlamic.org/ to sue Arizona in a lawsuit filed yesterday. They're among the dozen individuals claiming, with the religious group, that ... More >>
Sergio Martinez Villaman was in this country legally -- with the papers, passport, and VISA to prove it. But sheriff's deputies thought the Mexican national must be one of those dreaded "illegals." During a June 2008 crime sweep in Mesa, they pulled him over on one of the usual pretexts, for ... More >>
Another day, another racial profiling allegation against the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. This one comes in the form of a lawsuit filed last month with the county Superior Court: Sheriff's deputies assumed a Hispanic man jailed for an unpaid traffic ticket was an illegal immigrant a ... More >>
Phoenix boxing great Michael Carbajal says his big brother and manager, Danny, stole every penny he had
Is Phoenix fighter Jesus Gonzales the next Oscar De La Hoya? He may not be as good-looking, but he punches just as hard.
Just Kidding. But Phoenix City Council candidate Jessica Florez is trying to soften her tough-girl image.
Mishandled money adds up to a loss for students at Roosevelt schools
A downtown neighborhood struggles over who will dominate the ethnic flavor of a supermarket where Latino and Anglo cultures collide
Out of 'N Sync
Language isn't the only thing getting lost in the translation as Hispanic patients struggle to communicate with English-speaking ER doctors
As a promising amateur boxer, Michael Carbajal set lofty but simple goals. Ten years later, he's achieved them. What makes him fight on?