PHOENIX (AP) — A deadline has been extended for lawyers in the racial profiling against the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office to hand in a recommendation on who should be appointed to monitor the agency's operations to ensure it isn't making unconstitutional arrests.
A Tucson woman has, for the second time this month, been busted on human smuggling charges. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office says she has admitted receiving $800 for transporting the four undocumented immigrants who were in her Phoenix-bound vehicle.
The latest home sales report released Tuesday morning by RealtyTrac, shows a 2 percent increase in annualized sales from October and a 13 percent hike in sales from October of last year, but Arizona bucked the national trend.
In this digital age, we have come to expect just about everything to be online. For journalists, political watchers and wonks, live-streamed meetings of the legislature and local councils and boards let us keep tabs on government.