So, hey, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame went ahead and announced their Class of 2013, which this time around, includes Rush, Public Enemy, Randy Newman and someone called the Disco Queen, Donna Summer. Those that were nominated, but didn't make the cut included Kraftwerk, Deep Purple, Joan Jett and ... More >>
Lester Pearce, the Justice of the Peace for the North Mesa precinct (and brother of State Senator Russell Pearce), has a lot of interesting ideas about the U.S. Constitution.
And the former lawmaker, who's poised to become the next presiding judge of the justice c ... More >>
The many faces of Larry Fitzgerald's driving recordArizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald fought the law, and he actually won.We found out today that four of the gridiron great's five photo-radar tickets, which received a fair amount of publicity last month, have been ... More >>
About 3,600 speed camera cases are on the West McDowell Justice Court docket this morning at 8:30 a.m., and officials are bracing for hundreds -- at the least -- to appear in person.
"What we don't know is how many will show up," says Terry Stewart, justice courts administrator.
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In following up our earlier post today about 3,600 speed-camera cases on the docket for this morning in a single justice court, we stumbled upon the answer to a good question.
Many readers have asked: What happens if you get a speed-camera ticket on th ... More >>
Could you come back in about six months? See, the jury's still out.Governor Jan Brewer's office has announced an interim replacement for Arizona Department of Correction's chief Dora Schriro, naming corrections veteran Charles Ryan to the post of Interim Director and appointing Charles Flanagan as R ... More >>
ADC Director Dora Schriro, off to join Napolitano at DHS.As you may have read elsewhere, Arizona Department of Corrections Director Dora Schriro has announced her resignation, and by the end of the week will have vacated her offices to follow ex-Governor Janet Napolitano to the U.S. Department ... More >>
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PETA to Put on Sexy "Human Barbeque" at Phoenix Convention Center
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As a teen, Jose Ceja killed two people and was sentenced to die. He spent 23 years on death row as a model prisoner, and then his sentencing judge admitted he'd made a mistake. But the state of Arizona killed him anyway.