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Jodi Arias: Will she ask jurors to put her to death?
The drama continues to mount as to whether convicted murderer Jodi Arias will ask her jury to give her the death penalty tomorrow , according to Headline News , which has broadcast every question and objection of the trial since opening statements on Jan.
Sat May 18, 2013
Ariz. deputies make more human smuggling arrests
Maricopa County sheriff's deputies have made another round of arrests as part of an effort to crackdown on human smuggling.
MCSO: 7 apprehended during human smuggling investigation
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Human Smuggling Unit apprehended seven people Friday who had allegedly entered the country illegally.
Fri May 17, 2013
Woman arrested in fatal crash on Loop 202
A Chandler woman was arrested after a fatal crash on eastbound Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway at Recker Road Thursday night.
MCSO: 15 entered country illegally
Detectives from Maricopa County's human smuggling unit arrested 10 suspects in a Toyota Sienna van around 12:20 p.m. Thursday.
AZ drought conditions intensifying
Spring is typically the driest time of year in Arizona, and the lack of rainfall over the last two months has caused our drought to worsen.
The Miami Herald
Problems surface over Ariz.'s 2007 immigration law
In this Nov. 1, 2011 photo, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio speaks to the media after his deputies conducted a raid at a printing company in Phoenix, arresting six suspects out of 17 they were allegedly looking for.
Arias victim's family makes dramatic statement
Steven Alexander stood before the jury, looked up at a family picture and grimaced and cried as he ticked off the list of problems that have befallen him in the five years since his brother was murdered: ulcers, depression, a separation from his wife, nightmares.
Thu May 16, 2013
Construction Equipment Guide
Arizona DOT Updates Vital Cordes Junction
Interstate 17 is a vital roadway for Arizonans and a major connector along the state highway system, linking I-10 and I-40. In addition to serving as a major interstate route to move people and goods between metro Phoenix and other parts of the country, I-17 also is the primary route to northern Arizona and the only highway serving the growing ... (more)
Phoenix New Times
Joe Arpaio Recall: 14 Days Left, a New Dennis Gilman Video
Citizens for a Better Arizona president Randy Parraz makes two very important points in this new video from Dennis Gilman.
'Lost' 3rd season of 'Steven Seagal Lawman' acquired by cable network Reelz
The fabled "lost" season of " Steven Seagal Lawman ," shot in the deserts of Maricopa County, Arizona, under the supervision of Joe "America's Toughest Sheriff" Arpaio , has been unearthed and will air in January on the cable network Reelz .
Phoenix New Times
Joe Arpaio's New Butt-Boy Don Shooter Wants to Give Him $1.5M of Your Money
Think Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's been doin' a bang-up job lately, and not just on that broken arm of his? I mean, we hardly see "America's toughest sheriff" these days after his slip and fall earlier this year.
When it comes to dust violations, not even state is immune
Unlike federal lands that are managed for the benefit and use of the public, Arizona State Trust lands are not public lands DESERT HILLS Jackie Dean, a Desert Hills resident, recently contacted the Arizona State Land Department upon learning that it had closed Section 32, a 644-acre parcel between Seventh Street and Seventh Avenue, bounded by Cloud ... (more)
Phoenix New Times
Joe Arpaio's Fave Pay-triot John Philip Sousa IV Fires Back, Makes Bank Off Peddling Joe
Nativist Nimrod and birther nutbar John Philip Sousa IV slays me with his whole, "Guess who my great-grandpappy was?" song and dance, which he uses to sell his lame book about the original John Philip Sousa, shill for racist organizations like the Federation for American Immigration Reform, and pimp for Maricopa County's High Pooh-Bah of Hard ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Jodi Arias: 'Gushing blood' convinces jurors she's eligible for death penalty
Prosecutor Juan Martinez kept his foot to the pedal today as he described "the gushing blood" which flowed from victim Travis Alexander during the Aggravating Phase of the trial which led jurors to decide convicted murderer Jodi Arias is eligible for the death penalty," according to the HLN live telecast Wednesday, May 15.
Sun City burglary suspects on the loose
Officials have released surveillance images of two people suspected of using stolen credit cards they obtained during a Sun City home burglary.
WTMA-AM North Charleston
Jodi Arias Jury to Hear from Victim's Family
The same jurors who convicted Jodi Arias of first degree murder for killing her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander will begin hearing testimony whether the death penalty should be an option for sentencing.
The Catholic Sun Phoenix
Catholic Charities helps those in need to receive more than $2.1 million in tax refunds
Diali Avila and Melissa Dunmore with Catholic Charities EmpowerU proudly display their certificates presented by Linda Jackson, senior tax consultant with the IRS .
Tue May 14, 2013
Tougher drunken driving threshold recommended
The National Transportation Safety Board wants to make it more restrictive to help prevent alcohol-related crashes.
Arizona Biltmore sold to arm of Singapore government
The iconic Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix has been purchased by an arm of the Government of Singapore for an undisclosed amount, officially pulling the troubled property out of a two-year string of bankruptcy proceedings, according to public records.