A DUI can happen to anyone who drinks and has a driver's license. And it's happened to a lot of us fellow Arizonans: 656 last Labor Day alone. That doesn't stop us from digging stories about politicians, celebrities, pro athletes or other notables who found themselves wasted and in handcuffs on the ... More >>
In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
Christine Jones' DUI story just doesn't add up. Jones, the former Go Daddy general counsel now running as a Republican candidate for Arizona governor, said during an April 2004 stop she'd just had one drink nearly five hours earlier. Yet two breathalyzer tests showed her BAC at .102 and .103.
It's not even the election year yet, but the campaign of former Go Daddy lawyer and GOP candidate for governor Christine Jones is not going well.Yesterday, our colleague Ray Stern reported Jones' 2004 DUI conviction, although history (Governor Glug-Glug) shows that's not the end of the world.
Christine Jones, the former Go Daddy executive who's running for governor, is a big fan of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.3TV has the footage of Jones giving a gushing review of the sheriff in front of a crowd, including Arpaio, at a charity event. 3TV also has the footage of Jones, a Republican, seeming comple ... More >>
Chad Campbell, the state House Minority Leader, has decided that he's not running for governor in 2014.Unless someone else with the ability to raise some money decides to get in the race, it looks like Fred DuVal is going to be the Democratic nominee in 2014.
Scottsdale-based Go Daddy wouldn't be the world's largest seller of Internet domain names -- by far -- without its stable of scantily clad sex kittens. Now that the Christine Jones, former general counsel for the company, is running for governor, we can't help but wonder how she'd look in some of t ... More >>