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  • Arizona House of Representatives Speaker statement on immigration policy

    The following statement from Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives, Andy Tobin, was posted on azhouserepublicans.com, the website for the Arizona House Republican Caucus.
  • I-10 north of Casa Grande reopens after crash

    A 12-mile segment of Interstate 10 north of Casa Grande has reopened after an accident Friday afternoon shut it down in both directions.
  • Man arrested in stabbing death of cousin in Tempe

    Authorities say a northeastern Arizona man has been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of his cousin in Tempe.
  • Arizona nonprofit saves pets left behind foreclosure

    A northeast Phoenix nonprofit hopes to significantly reduce the number of pets abandoned in foreclosed homes.
  • Man sues Phoenix Diocese over son’s death

    A man who said his son's death was a result of being abused by a priest is suing the Diocese of Phoenix.
  • U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor responds to immigration directive

    Congressman Ed Pastor commends Obama Administration's decision to grant relief for DREAMers.
  • McCain statement on immigration announcement

    U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) today released the following statement on President Obama's announcement on immigration this afternoon:
  • Neil Munro heckles Obama during new immigration policy speech

    In the middle of President Barack Obama’s speech on the new immigration policy the president was interrupted by an unknown person. That person has been identified as Neil Munro, a writer at The Daily Caller. Earlier in the day, before Obama made his speech, Munro had an entry titled, Obama administration tries to downplay impact, […]
  • Phoenix Mayor Stanton stands up for new immigration policy

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton tells 92.3 KTAR that the White House immigration policy is a step in the right dir ection.
  • Police investigating vandalism of Glendale church

    Police are investigating whether the spray-painting of symbols and messages on a Glendale church was a hate crime.
  • Joe Arpaio questions timing of new immigration policy

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio told CNN his first thoughts on the news of the new immigration policy were, “politics, timing, why now.” The new policy by the Obama administration will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives. […]
  • Enthusiasts having blast with ‘zombie’ ammo

    "Zombie Max" -- or Z-Max-- ammunition is specially made for those prepping for the zombie apocalypse.
  • New immigration policy is the right decision

    The decision by Homeland Security is a proper decision. We have argued this point before. The President says if an illegal immigrant was in America prior to 16 years old and not yet 30, they are home free. NO criminal record, NO national security risk, NO deportation. The big add that I have insisted upon, […]
  • Paradise Valley schools chief donates bonus pay to students

    A Phoenix school superintendent has given his $10,000 bonus to students hoping to go to college.
  • Americans forced to pick a side when the answer is somewhere in the middle

    Besides the obvious election year pandering this Executive Order exposes, the larger concern is the effect this will have on the national discussion on illegal immigration. The President is dividing this country once again for short term electoral gain. Instead of actively pursuing The Dream Act and finding compromise in Congress, the President will do […]
  • Valley home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright may face demolition

    Historians fear a Phoenix home designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright could face demolition.
  • Babeu: President’s immigration plan is ‘shocking’

    Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu says he's 'shocked' by the Obama administration's move to stop deporting some younger illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children.
  • Downfall of health care reform could benefit Obama

    If health care reform is burned to the ground by the Supreme Court, newly energized Obama supporters may rise from the ashes hoping the president who helped build health care reform once can do it again.
  • Valley mayors Stanton, Smith joke it up in video

    In a new video, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Mesa Mayor Scott Smith dance through their respective downtowns, stopping at restaurants, sports venues and museums.
  • Tucson named best city for renters

    Anyone interested in renting a house in Phoenix may be better off heading a few hours south to Tucson.