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10 hrs ago | Sonoran News
The following article about Sara Vannucci, who publishes a web blog that has been dispensing lies about our publication, appeared in the Sept.
15 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
An Arizona judge is refusing to require jurors in the next phase of the Jodi Arias trial to reveal their Twitter usernames so their accounts can be monitored for communications about the case.
20 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's agency can't even arrest a few drunks with the other cop shops without first submitting his plans in writing to federal court.
A stern warning about holiday alcohol enforcement was delivered from police departments around the state on Tuesday at the State Capitol in Phoenix.
The Arizona Department of Administration has dismissed Magellan Health Services Inc's bid protest for a $1 billion mental health contract in Maricopa County.
Maricopa County Department of Public Health spokeswoman Jeanine Fowler says the man was notified Monday night that he doesn't have TB and an order keeping him grounded has been lifted.
Just in time for the holidays, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office is cutting back on visitation for inmates of the county's six jails.
PHOENIX, AZ Alma Holland, a 56-year-old Filipina was recently sentenced to ten years of supervised probation, after being accused in the abuse of foster children she and her husband cared for.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer defended the director of her social services agency Monday while angrily saying that those responsible for illegally closing more than 6,500 uninvestigated child abuse and neglect reports will be held accountable.
Authorities are trying to determine whether a man who flew into Phoenix has tuberculosis, but a public health official says any risk to passengers on the flight is extremely low even if it turns out the man is infected.
Valley holiday shoppers may feel a little safer as the Maricopa County Sheriff's posse kicks off its 20th year of patrolling mall parking lots.
As it had done the year before, Great American Title Agency Inc. captured the No.
Hundreds of people lined up Wednesday in hopes of adopting the four puppies that were doused with gasoline and abandoned in the West Valley last week.