Jarret Maupin is the reverend Al's handpicked protégé. Is Phoenix City Hall ready?
Some surprising demotions, and a Republican babe at the new County Attorney's Office
Phoenix police are shooting a lot fewer people
Political squabbling could end the careers of two veteran police officers
To shoot or not to shoot is always a difficult question
Tales of tragic stupidity and opportunistic thieves
Another week full of random acts of stupidity
Neighbors fret over the fate of an elderly recluse who left without saying goodbye.
The Spike just loves a man in a uniform
Authorities suspect the clerk of the court helped Lindo Park Crips evade justice.The cadaver in her home didnít help.
This New Phoenix city council member hides his leadership ties to a notorious speakeasy
Phoenix police officer Frank Brown's elaborate tale of a back-road ambush is drawing fire from inside his own department
Is Scottsdale weapons manufacturer Taser International saving lives or supplying tools for torturers?
A Phoenix cop gunned down Alfonso Celaya four months ago. His family still waits for justice, or at least an explanation.
Try as they might, Phoenix police have not been able to get the evidence they need to charge Jeanne Tovrea's stepson in her murder.