Local law-enforcement agencies have had plenty of run-ins with Phoenix's professional athletes over the years. Below, check out our picks for the 20 most memorable arrests of Arizona Cardinals, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Coyotes, and Phoenix Suns athletes:
Maya Dukmasova Dan Maldonado and Pablo Lopez, co-owners of Tacos AtoyacYesterday Chef Dan Maldonado of Tacos Atoyac dished about why his restaurant isn't your run of the mill taco shop. Today he shares more of his own story, how he and Pablo Lopez came together, and what their future holds ... More >>
centralphoenixinn.comPhoenix mayoral candiates met at the Lexington Hotel for a lively exchangeQuite a lively exchange at the Downtown Voices Coalition's mayoral forum at the Lexington Hotel. At most forums, candidates cleave to the their talking points and engage in political niceties, but resid ... More >>
This year's Super Bowl was a special one for a lot of cities -- Dallas, Pittsburgh, and Green Bay among them. But few had a scene comparable to Cave Creek, Arizona.The hamlet north of Phoenix is most famous for drawing outlaws like the rapper DMX and Hell's Angel's founder Sonny Barger but it's a ... More >>
ABC15.comLocal media grilling former El Mirage City Manager B.J. Cornwall about his pay raises.El Mirage once again finds itself at a crossroad. The departure of B.J. Cornwall, the city's longest tenured city manager, leaves City Attorney Rick Flaaen in charge of a community in a financial crisis ... More >>
Rasslin' fans from around the Valley and across the nation are gonna descend on the Westgate City Center en masse tomorrow afternoon, as the Glendale shopping/nightlife Mecca is throwing an Andre the Giant-sized outdoor party that's gonna be attended by a few superstars from World Wrestling Entertai ... More >>
The sheriff's made a career of stonewalling critical media — the public's right to know be damned
You've seen the G-rated HBO documentary on the Arizona legend, but there was so much more to Goldy than that
Pop quiz. Whos Arizonas other U.S. senator? Heres a clue: He makes Dubya look like a liberal
In its way, hellish Gila Bend's in a real estate boom like the rest of the county. Could it be Phoenix's next big bedroom community?
Ray Krone's got it all. A new look. Money. Problem is, he can't seem to forgive those who screwed up and put him on Arizona's death row
When a career courthouse scam artist joins forces with a top Arizona criminal defense attorney, it ain't pretty
Phoenix police fired rookie Shawn Dirks with only a speck of evidence and the tale of a twisted woman
Anthrax vaccine opponents are finding more allies in Congress
City zoning rules make it tough for Larry Jany to sell his property and retire
It's tough to be a teen. But what happens when your friends and family are all in gangs? Five students talk about growing up in the Valley's roughest neighborhoods.
Why aren't more churches reaching out to kids in gang-ravaged neighborhoods?
May 27 - June 2, 1999
From the week of February 2, 1999
For years, House minority leader Art Hamilton has used every trick in the book--the House rules book--to influence the Republican majority; now he's running for secretary of state
It's not what you think. Scottsdale resident Mitch Stanley knows what the March 13 "UFO" was. But will anyone listen?
DEPARTMENT STORE SALES CLERK MUFFIN SHEW CONSTANTLY TALKED ABOUT HER DAYS AS A SPY, HER CELEBRITY FRIENDS AND HER HIGH GOVERNMENT CONTACTS. THEN SHE TURNED UP DEAD IN HER BACKYARD.
THEY'RE JUST A COUPLE OF NICE BOYS WHO CHOKE PEOPLE, CRACK JOINTS AND THROW THEIR WEIGHT AROUND. IT'S CALLED JUDO, AND THEY'RE NATIONAL CHAMPS.
PROSECUTORS WILL SAY NARCOTICS PLAYED NO ROLE IN THE TEMPLE MURDERS. THE EVIDENCE SUGGESTS OTHERWISE.