Was last week's posse crisis triggered by a former Cold Case Posse's whistle-blowing article on March 7? Surprise Tea Party member Brian Reilly, the former posseman, believes so. A new policy affecting posse cars and other vehicles put into effect on Thursday suggests he could be right.
Whether they were adding a bit of flair to an old favorite, taking the scene by storm, or continuing their march to the top, 2013 was a big year for Valley musicians under 21. Here's 10 of our favorites who spent most of 2013 in the all-ages sections of their own shows.
SEE ALSO: Take a Chilling Look Inside the Baseline Killer Case Suzanne Cohen and Patricia Stevens, two veteran homicide prosecutors with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, have been chosen to receive the annual Jason Schechterle Outstanding Performance Award. The two women will get the award a ... More >>
Current and former Maricopa County officials have filed new, streamlined complaints against the county and Sheriff Joe Arpaio to comply with a judge's order. Filing anew are: County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox and her husband, Earl; County Supervisor Don Stapley; retired Superior Court Judges Barba ... More >>
Pinal County Sheriff's OfficeThis was the scene along I-8 near the Vekol Valley on Saturday night.Pinal County sheriff's deputies say a "rip crew" used a car made to look like a police cruiser to make a traffic stop on another vehicle, in which there just happened to be about 320 pounds of weed.A ... More >>
The following are 10 random things that, at the start of this weird decade, we never would have believed: 1. That the historically pathetic Arizona Cardinals would move out to bumfuck Egypt (a.k.a. Glendale, a.k.a. sweet deal), and then would (at the end of the decade) find themselves e ... More >>
Valley police have been practicing their driving skills in a video-game-like simulator on loan from the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board.Tolleson's officers were required to train on the machine a couple of weeks ago, says the West Valley View. It's housed in a 42-foot trailer tha ... More >>
The Department of Public Safety released details on the arrests of who the agency calls "super speeders" -- motorists caught by photo enforcement cameras on Valley freeways.Coincidentally, New Times called DPS last night about the issue, and wrote about it this morning.But get this -- it turns out o ... More >>
By Ray Stern A Border Patrol checkpoint nailed Paul Newman, an Arizona Corporation Commission candidate and current Cochise County Supervisor, for driving with pot residue in his county car four years ago. According to the article by Arizona's one-man news service, Howard Fischer, a report by Bord ... More >>
Authorities say they'll investigate why an inspector with the Federal Protective Service reportedly ran a red light last night at the intersection of 3rd Avenue and McDowell Road, causing a collision that put him in the hospital. The inspector was on duty when the collision occurred at about 6 p.m. ... More >>
This vigilant vulture crafts a Christmas card to Sheriff Joe, as the Pinal County Attorney's Office threatens to seek a felony indictment against New Times
Arpaio haters, perceived and otherwise, beware! Looks like Joe's up to his old tricks
Litigators and legislators play chicken-or-egg with nursing home issues
Bishop O'Brien drove away without offering last rites to the man bludgeoned by his Buick. It wasn't the first time he'd left an accident scene.
Phoenix has spent $1.5 million to install fuel bladders in police cruisers and they can't pass emissions tests
Phoenix cops are questioning the relationship between their union president and Ford
The recent gas crisis should inspire reform
On Halloween, Joe Arpaio and his men set a new low for police harassment
County prosecutors have a history of seeking long prison sentences for drivers who cause injury accidents. That is, unless those drivers are cops.
Consumers are rushing to get in on the state's new bi-fuel rebate program
Consumers clamor for big state bucks under alternative-fuel incentive program
Nearly three years after Amtrak's Sunset Limited was sabotaged near Buckeye, firefighters who rode to the rescue remain on the FBI's list of suspects
County Attorney Rick Romley uses RICO funds to buy a trendy new ride