Video of the Atencio tragedy, taken by videographer Dennis Gilman from hours of MCSO footage. Please note: There is no sound. Last week, Marty Atencio's brother Mike told me that he and his family believe Sheriff Joe Arpaio's detention officers "murdered" his brother, leaving the 44 year-old Army ve ... More >>
One more victim for Arpaio: Marty AtencioYesterday, the family of Ernest "Marty" Atencio, the man brutally Tased and killed in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Fourth Avenue Jail last week, removed their loved one from life support. According to the family's attorney Mike Manning, Atencio passed away Wedne ... More >>
PPD says, according to the preliminary info it has, PPD's officers did not Tase Marty Atencio The following is a statement issued by Phoenix Police Department spokesman Steve Martos, regarding the arrest of Ernest "Marty" Atencio.Martos states that Atencio was arrested for assault after displaying s ... More >>
UnivisionJose Gutierrez, who is in a vegetative state, with part of his skull removedSaint Joseph is traditionally the patron saint of workers and immigrants. The latter is because the father of Jesus was forced to flee to Egypt to save the Christ child from Herod the Great's wrath. Once King Herod ... More >>
Tom Bryant - www.avnewstodayonline.comBret MichaelsVeterans Memorial Coliseum at the Arizona State FairSaturday, October 23, 2010Last night's Bret Michaels concert came with a fair amount of trepidation. What were fans to expect? Was Michaels going to play a show full his newer, solo material wit ... More >>
The hellacious hooter watches Mayor Goober lay a colossal huevo, and wishes a heavenly millstone on the neck of a nativist numskull
Once ruled a suicide, Phoenix finance chief Kevin Keogh's leap to his death on a busy thoroughfare is a true medical mystery
Just Kidding. But Phoenix City Council candidate Jessica Florez is trying to soften her tough-girl image.
Desert Stages dons Dreamcoat
A Valley company sets a new low for workplace cruelty
Letters from the week of October 17, 2002
Letters from the week of October 10, 2002
Letters from the week of October 3, 2002
Dr. Michael Teodori holds the hearts of many Valley children - often literally - in his hands
The Phoenix Heat quadriplegic rugby team has hot wheels, championship dreams, and a thirst for blood
The Scary Guy goes to the head of the class as a school motivational speaker
Why did Kelly Blake douse her kids with gas and set them on fire? She's seriously mentally ill -- and she was deserted by the system charged with protecting her and her family.
Recovery and high jinks on the neurosurgery ward
The case of the battered Avondale quadruplets includes horrific injuries, a misdiagnosis, a mystery witness, a mentally ill mother, a crude police report, missions of mercy rebuffed. Expect it all to get sorted out in a criminal court.
Dr. Kay Rauth-Farley is compassionate, tough and skilled, qualities that have placed her on the front lines of Arizona's war against child abuse for a decade
Why was socialite Jeanne Tovrea shot to death? Investigators believe a lust for her huge inheritance is a distinct possibility.
JACK ROSENBERG IS A FULL-TIME MORTICIAN. HE'S ALSO A PART-TIME CLOWN. HE DOESN'T SEE MUCH DIFFERENCE.