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Woman Subjected to Cavity Search Claims Phoenix Police Are Withholding Records

2 years ago by Steven Hsieh
"City attorneys informed Reynolds' legal team that the department had no record of their public records request."
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$12.5 Million Claim Accuses Phoenix Police of Illegal Cavity Search

2 years ago by Steven Hsieh
"A warrantless body cavity search, in a police substation, by a police officer, following an unlawful arrest. A refusal to investigate the victim’s complaints of assault."
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William Eubank on The Signal's Unexpected Anime Influences

7 years ago by Heather Hoch
In William Eubank's new sci-fi thriller The Signal, three friends are driving across the country when they have an online run-in with a creepy, enigmatic hacker named Nomad. When they chase after the hacker's IP address, they find something very unexpected. It's hard to talk about the film without giving...
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The Best Concerts in Phoenix This June

3 years ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Think its too hot for concerts this month? Think again.
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Everything You Need to Know About the Arizona Hip-Hop Festival 2017

3 years ago by Benjamin Leatherman
It's a showcase for the local scene and its wealth of talent.
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ASU Professor William Reber Resigns as Lyric Opera Theatre Director Following Controversial Rent Performance

7 years ago by Becky Bartkowski
Longtime ASU music professor William Reber has resigned as the director of the university's Lyric Opera Theatre following a controversial presentation of a scene from Rent to high school students attending the Arizona All-State High School Music Festival, which ran from April 10 through 12. Parents of the students complained...
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The New Indian Massacre? Police Shootings of Native Americans on the Rise

4 years ago by Antonia Noori Farzan
Native Americans aren’t typically thought of as the face of police violence. But statistically, they're more likely to be killed by police than any other racial group.
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