Harold Hurtt, a former chief of the Phoenix police department, has been selected as a national community liaison for the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE hired him as the new director for its Office of State and Local Coordination in Washington D.C. ... More >>
Political squabbling could end the careers of two veteran police officers
Phoenix police shoot and kill a lot of people. But it's time to look beyond the police department for the reasons.
To outsiders, the Phoenix Police Department's Special Assignments Unit is meant to be an overwhelming show of force. The inside story is much more powerful.
David James appears to be a victim of racial profiling at the hands of two white Phoenix officers
The Spike just loves a man in a uniform
How much longer will the city allow the acclaimed museum to disrupt a historic neighborhood's peace and quiet?
Arrest of alleged Preserve arsonist brings more questions than answers
From the week of October 19, 2000
Will you be next in the line of gang fire?
Copwatch, an earnest band of volunteers, aims to stamp out police brutality -- and vanquish institutional racism -- by aiming a camera.
Why did City Hall keep a new police policy toward illegals quiet until after the election?
Arizona political leaders know the answers but can't seem to pass the violence-prevention test
Beer, conversation, an assault at the VFW hall on Memorial Day
The battle over Phoenix's groundbreaking sex-club ban moves into federal court
Why did Phoenix police let an armed and dangerous suspect climb into an unwitting cabdriver's back seat before they opened fire?