Why did Phoenix police let an armed and dangerous suspect climb into an unwitting cabdriver's back seat before they opened fire?
When a Tempe cop was accused of a brutal sexual assault on an ASU student, the City of Tempe responded with an assault on the state's public-records law
As more businesses and neighborhoods turn to armed private security forces for patrolled services, the debate over the role of cops for hire heats up.
Veterinarians know it as Ketamine, a small-animal tranquilizer. Valley drug users call it Special K, and it's not just for breakfast anymore.
Assaults on his girlfriend and a litany of other conduct violations got Fred Santos fired from the Phoenix police force. Why he's back in uniform, responding to domestic violence calls, is a mystery.
When parents repeatedly complained that a teacher was fondling their sons, school administrators and police officers looked the other way
Although a probable key witness dies in an alcohol-related accident, the feds still have a strong case against Governor Symington
Homeless people hawk three different publications on curbs all over the Valley. What's brought about the proliferation of street sheets, and who, if anyone, benefits?
SOCIALLY CONSCIOUS NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS TRADE CAMOUFLAGE FOR FINGER PAINTS
FRIENDS OF A MURDER VICTIM SAY POLICE LABELED THEM AS GANG MEMBERS--AND IGNORED OPPORTUNITIES TO CAPTURE THE KILLER