New questions about whether Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputies had a practice of stealing from immigrants and revelations that the sheriff’s office failed to turn over evidence is now impacting a U.S. Department of Justice racial profiling lawsuit against the sheriff.
Arizonans apparently like to keep our good news to ourselves - at least according to HeyLets. The iPhone app has come out with a list of the most and least humble states, and Arizona comes in the top five most humble.
After spending $350 million to build a downtown hotel, the city of Phoenix might sell the building for a massive loss. At least one official said it’s time for the city to put the Sheraton on the market.
A break in a water pipeline at the Grand Canyon is affecting services at Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon. National Parks Service spokeswoman Kirby Lynn Shedlowski says that’s making it tough on visitors planning to stay overnight.
A new court ruling says Arizona criminal sentencing laws don't have to require minimum amounts of emotional or financial harm inflicted on crime victims and their families for that harm to be considered as grounds for stiffer sentences.
A judge presiding over a civil rights lawsuit against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office has been asked to reopen the case's pretrial fact-gathering phase to explore misconduct allegations against some of the sheriff's officers.