Sheriff Joe Arpaio is making a detention officer stay home for the next three weeks because the officer visited Sierra Leone. Arpaio issued a press release announcing that the unnamed officer has been placed on administrative leave over MCSO's fear of Ebola.
Photos By Melissa Fossum Chromeo Marquee Theatre Tuesday, October 18, 2011 Often weekends leave me plagued by choice. There's always so much going on. Where do I go? What do I see? It's not the sort of thing that normally happens on a Tuesday. But last night provided a few concert options ... More >>
Willie Jigba was last seen leaving a party early Saturday morning.The father of a 24-year-old man last seen at a party in Tempe early Saturday morning says there's "no way" his son willingly went off the radar from his friends and family. Emmanuel Jigba, a Sierra Leone native now living i ... More >>
West African music ensemble brings it all together
J.D. SalingerJ.D. Salinger, the famed Catcher in the Rye author, passed away just over a month ago. Lucky timing: A documentary about him by writer/director Shane Salerno has already been in the works for five years. Rumors were circulating, but it's finally confirmed that Jesse Malin has been as ... More >>
Circling the industry, Zwick flick tackles nada
Activist passionate about his causes
The state's largest private employer pours money into African-American causes--but critics charge its bosses don't walk the talk