And it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving guy. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was nearly daily fodder around here for a while, as he was a never-ending source of abuse, irrationality and unconstitutional conduct.
Sentencing for a former Phoenix cop who plead guilty to manslaughter charges after shooting and killing an unarmed man....Chrisman asked the judge for leniency and that's what he got -- the minimum sentence of 7 years in prison for shooting
Phoenix police have had technology that allows officers to identify and locate cellphones since 2001, and while every investigative bureau has access to the systems, they are primarily used by the drug-enforcement bureau, said Sgt. Trent Crump, a dep
For those of you not there or watching at home, Tempe's City Council passed the 2040 General Plan as amended at last night's meeting and not without some controversy.
Shooting in the Arizona Desert has a long history.
The Latest AZ Government Lie “Violent Crime Rises in Arizona” Do you remember the “Twilight Zone” episode called “How to Serve Man?” If not, you should take 30 minutes and watch it. In summary, ‘Earthlings’ thought ‘Martians’ cameRead Letter
Maricopa County Attorney William Montgomery put a negative and completely false spin on Michael Kiefer's 4 part series on bad prosecutors; and coincidentally Craig Harris did an article on the poor quality of health care in Arizona’s prisons.Read Letter
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Prosecutors in one Arizona county argued that people who smoked marijuana days or even weeks earlier could be charged with driving under the influence of drugs. Maricopa County Attorney Susan Luder argued before the Arizona Supreme Court
The Phoenix Police Dept confirmed that the man and his son were at the airport waiting for a passenger on one of the flights. The man reportedly told police that he brought the weapons because he feared for his family’s safety while at the airport.
Dear Editor, Thank you for exposing the corruption in Arizona, you and your reporters are to be commended for helping the public understand just how deeply rooted this corruption is statewide. Regarding what seem to be two “unrelated” stories cRead Letter
Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, 9:30 a.m., KORWIN v. CITY OF PHOENIX; 1 CA-CV 12-0878 - Arizona Court of Appeals, Courtroom Two, 2nd floor, 1501 W. Washington, Phoenix.
An Arizona family has sued for the right to treat their 5-year-old son’s debilitating seizures with medical marijuana extract under a law approved three years ago by voters in their state. The parents of Zander Welton said medical marijuana is the
This past weekend I visited several neighborhood block parties in Tempe. I am happy to say that my message of Economic Sustainability was well received. We can simply not afford to spend more than we make while passing the rising debt on to our resid
At this morning's regular meeting of the Quartzsite Town Council, sitting members convened in executive session to discuss the contract of controversial Police Chief Jeff Gilbert. They reconvened and voted to terminate his contract without cause
Jennifer Jones (Publisher, The DESERT FREEDOM PRESS) provides an update on Quartzsite, AZ - Stephan Kinsella (Patent Attorney, libertarian theorist/lecturer) on Intellectual Property
Abengoa's Solana plant in the desert near Gila Bend, Arizona, passed commercial testing this week The 280-megawatt Solana solar thermal power plant producing electricity without direct sunlight made the announcement on Wednesday.
Authorities received a tip that Kirby Kehoe, 65, had weapons on his 40-acre property about 140 miles north of Phoenix, said a special agent with the ATF. Agents who raided the property seized dozens of guns, including shotguns and semi-automatic rif
The judge's order mandates the sheriff's office install audio and video recording devices in patrol vehicles and requires deputies to notify dispatch of the reason they are making a traffic stop prior to contacting the vehicle's driver "unless exigen
Local activist beats Fountain Hills and the State of AZ in federal court. Individuals and groups cannot be muzzled or prevented from expressing themselves if they spend less than $500.
A team of firefighters were overrun by a massive wildfire near Yarnell, Ariz., while trying to make it to a safe zone after an thunderstorm turned the fire into their path, while confusing radio communications prevented a firefighting aircraft from d
The militia movement is attracting a lot of combat vets and getting serious about OPSEC,...and that scares the MSM sheep.
Matthew Papke joins Marc Victor and Mike Wasdin with special guest Ed Vanderlee on The Attorney For Freedom Show today.
Get sent to jail in Arizona’s Maricopa County and you’ll be experiencing some serious life changes. And for those who eat meat, that includes going vegetarian. County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is no stranger to controversy. Over the years, he has made se
Tempe leads the East Valley in crime, taxes and city costs, except for Mesa’s water and solid waste disposal charges. In those two cases Tempe places second in costs behind Mesa. Tempe has a serious crime rate that is considerably higher than the
The Legislative District 26 Republican Party in Arizona has passed a formal rebuke of Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) for abdicating GOP principles in helping Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) secure votes to approve several of President Barack O
Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) talks about America's wars - Sheldon Richman (Future of Freedom Foundation) on America as the world's police - Matt Papke (Candidate for Tempe City Council) provides an update on local politics, his race, and how to
Arizona, long at odds with President Obama's administration over immigration reform, is expanding a ban on giving driver's licenses to illegal immigrants to include all those who have been granted relief from deportation, in a move that rights advoca
"They surrounded the guy in a triangle and with their firearms drawn and it looked like he was pulling a box cutter or something out of his pocket," said witness Jeffrey Hollingsworth.
The sex trade in the Valley is booming, and while law enforcement are learning more about the victims and their traffickers, little is know about their customers - also known as Johns - until now.