In a worst-case scenario for stun guns, a Phoenix cop kills a suspect with an 84-second tasing
Arizona's Juries are proving tougher than judges under a new murder sentencing system
By letting cases languish, a veteran Family Court judge and his assistant created havoc in the lives of parents and children
Sheriff Joe Arpaio is trying to fire another deputy who alleges wrongdoing in the sheriff's office
Contractor sues to get stadium district records
The county's jails are crammed full. But not with the dangerous felons backers of an initiative to raise money for new jails would have you believe.
Arizona is awash in crystal methamphetamine, a highly addictive stimulant that makes the weak strong, the lazy motivated, the fat thin, the trivial profound. Abuse it enough, and it can also make you psychotic.
Mitchell Vanorsby was awaiting trial for armed robbery when a judge let him out of jail. Now he's back behind bars, awaiting trial for murder.
Governor Symington has spoken of helping needy kids and improving the welfare system. His welfare agency, the Department of Economic Security, is famous for astonishing incompetence and children who die.
UNDER ITS "REUNIFICATION-FIRST" POSICY, THE STATE OF ARIZONA ROUTINELY FORCES CHILDREN TO LIVE WITH PARENTS WHO ARE UNFIT GUARDIANS BY ANY DEFINITION