Phoenix police estimate that more than 800 guns were turned in during this weekend's buyback event, billed as being the biggest gun-buyback event in the history of Arizona.Those guns will all be destroyed, since the new law preventing the destruction of guns turned over during buyback events in Ariz ... More >>
Yet again, the state of Arizona is the subject of one of Comedy Central's news programs, this time thanks to Tucson gun advocates who are "standing up for guns."This time, the Daily Show with Jon Stewart profiled the gun-worshipers who are protesting the gun-buyback programs in Tucson, as well as Re ... More >>
A group of Republicans are throwing their support behind Richard Carmona, a lifelong Independent who registered as a Democrat to run for the U.S. Senate.
It's not surprising given that Carmona was tapped by President George W. Bush to serve as the nation's 17th U.S. Surgeon General and courted over ... More >>
Cops, firefighters and "public transit personnel" would be exempted in Tucson's proposed ban on texting and driving. The Tucson City Council will take public comments on the proposed ordinance at a hearing on Tuesday, then vote on it. Says a Tucson TV station, the law would take effect immediately.O ... More >>
www.saratogainonline.comWhat's the first thing you think when you see a nice, 18-year-old stripper? We have a feeling it's not "wow, she's great, and all. I just really wish she was older."That, apparently, is what Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik thinks whenever he sees one, because he's in ... More >>
Rodney GlassmanDemocratic Senate candidate Rodney Glassman certainly isn't getting off to a good start in his bid to unseat Senator John McCain.Last week New Times reported that several of Glassman's staffers had quit because they were unhappy with how the candidate treated people working on the ... More >>