We spoke last week to a north Phoenix high-school class about our "experiences in journalism." It was early in the day, and the majority of the students were, shall we say, less than engaged in the, um, dialogue. But the class of about 25 boys and girls gat ... More >>
The nightmare of the 1991 massacre at a Phoenix Buddhist temple resurfaced today after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the conviction of the triggerman in the slayings, Jonathan Doody (pictured above with his lawyer). The Associated Press reports that the appeals court judges found ... More >>
Paranoia aside, Sheriff Joe Arpaio and County Attorney Andrew Thomas just may be targeting you
Two serial murderers loom among us. Inside the case of the Baseline Killer's first Phoenix victim
Steely County Attorney Rick Romley's going, but he's not gone. He'd like to take the governor's office from Janet Napolitano
Norberg family accepts hefty settlement in jail suit. Are similar payouts in Arpaio's future?
Tom Bearup helped elect Joe Arpaio and mold the myth of "America's Toughest Sheriff." Now the former executive in the Sheriff's Office is convinced he was wrong.
How alleged sports bookies and a reputed Asian gang member wound up in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Executive Posse
Appeals court reinstates suit over botched Temple murders probe; constitutional violations cited
Sheriff Arpaio's deputies say his vaunted posse does little more than waste money and slake their boss's thirst for publicity
If you need anemergency medical vehicle, just hope you're in the right partof Maricopa County. If you're not, questionable dispatching practices could prove hazardous to your health.
PACK 'EM IN AND TAKE AWAY THEIR RIGHTS. THAT'S SHERIFF JOE ARPAIO'S PHILOSOPHY
PROSECUTORS WILL SAY NARCOTICS PLAYED NO ROLE IN THE TEMPLE MURDERS. THE EVIDENCE SUGGESTS OTHERWISE.
YOU WOULDN'T CONFESS TO MURDER IF YOU DIDN'T DO IT. OR WOULD YOU?