The Democratic National Committee, a plaintiff in a lawsuit accusing Arizona of suppressing voters during the state’s Presidential Preference Election, has asked a federal judge to issue a preliminary injunction against the state.
A U.S. citizen is suing U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales, Arizona, after she says she was detained for seven hours, strip searched, then forced to submit to an anal and vaginal probe.
The Supreme Court ruled federal courts must recognize tribal convictions when determining if a domestic violence offender should legally be considered “habitual”. Repeated convictions for domestic violence can lead to stiffer prison sentences.
The company that convinced Arizona leaders to change state law so it could do business here has lost its biggest client. Late Sunday, Walgreens announced it was terminating its relationship with medical testing company Theranos effective immediately.
Last month, KJZZ reported that the Department of Housing and Urban Development defunded seven transitional housing programs across the state. These programs provide homeless families with a roof over the heads and life skills. KJZZ followed up with one of those organizations.
All evacuations have been lifted for the Tenderfoot Fire, still burning near Yarnell. Many of the evacuees lost their homes in a deadly wildfire in the same area three years ago, and some had only recently rebuilt. The Yarnell Hill Fire destroyed 130 buildings and killed 19 firefighters in 2013.
Several speakers of different faiths called for unity, acceptance and love during a candlelight vigil Sunday night at the Phoenix Pride LGBT Center. The event was designed to demonstrate solidarity with all those impacted by the mass shooting in an Orlando nightclub Saturday night.
Every year, Phoenix collects more than 30,000 tons of palm fronds. According to the Public Works Department, loading and driving the fronds more than 50 miles to Buckeye where the city’s landfill is located costs $17 a ton. Palm Silage LLC is offering to take them for no more than $12 a ton.