Displaying results 1 - 25 of 231 for david campbell. Subscribe to this search
NEW YORK - Naomi Campbell appeared in a Manhattan courtroom Tuesday where prosecutors said a plea bargain was possible in her cell phone assault case. She did not speak during the brief proceeding.
NEW YORK - Naomi Campbell pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault Tuesday for hitting her maid with a cell phone over a pair of missing jeans. Campbell, 36, hit Ana Scolavino in the back of the head with the phone in the supermodel's Manhattan apartment last March.
NEW YORK - Supermodel Naomi Campbell was charged with assault for throwing her cell phone at a housekeeper after accusing her of stealing clothes when she couldn't find a pair of jeans she wanted to wear on "Oprah," prosecutors said.
NEW YORK - Naomi Campbell, who has been accused of hitting several employees, was sued Tuesday by a former maid who says the British catwalker assaulted her while calling her a dumb Romanian.
Desert Vista wrestling coach David Gonzalez, talking to Nico Campbell after his match against Mesquite, and the Thunder have a shot at winning first team state title.
Chaparral’s Brock Claffey (35) and Charlie Campbell (21) take down Cactus’ David Pollock in a game Sept. 16.
Chaparral quarterback evades Desert Mountain linebacker Steven Campbell, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012 in Scottsdale. [Jerry Burch/Special to the Tribune]
MOVES: Break dance students, from left, Zach and Matt Burleson and David Campbell, bust out their best moves along with Leap of Faith Dance and Performing Arts break dance instructor Nathan Hawkins during their Wednesday night class at the Gilbert dance school.
State Reps. David Schapira, D-Tempe, Minority Leader David Lujan, D-Phoenix and Cloves Campbell, D-Phoenix, listen to questions during a press conference Tuesday with Arizona House Democrats at the State Capitol in Phoenix. Leading House Democrats called for investigations into Arizona’s Private School Tuition Tax Credits. A Tribune investigation found the program is rife with abuses and failed to broaden private school access.
Thousands of Arizonans in the federal "deferred action'' program won't be getting licenses to drive, at least not now.
The unsolved slaying of a 44-year-old woman found naked in a Mesa street in October has been linked by forensic evidence to a similar unsolved killing in 2004.
A federal judge has refused to let anti-abortion groups participate in next week’s hearing over the legality of a new state law requiring a waiting period before women can terminate a pregnancy.
A federal judge says Maricopa County sheriff's deputies violated the rights of two men who were detained during an identity-theft investigation at a landscaping company.
A federal judge has ruled that an alleged white supremacist charged in a 2004 bombing that injured a black city official in Scottsdale must remain in federal custody.
Police in Fayetteville, N.C., arrested a 22-year-old man Friday in the death of a Mesa Community College tutor while she was visiting her husband last year at Fort Bragg.
A Mesa homeowners association has apologized to the family of an 88-year-old widow after it tried to eject her 37-year-old grandson from living with her as a caregiver.
Now this is what international golf competition should be all about: Constant one-liners from the captains, playoffs that actually produce winners, and a whipped-cream pie in the face to whoever loses the bet.
A federal judge on Tuesday slapped down the latest efforts by the state to block the Tohono O'odham from building a casino on the edge of Glendale.
House and Senate Democrats chose leaders Thursday who are likely to continue to push the same priorities as before -- but perhaps with a bit more success because of increased numbers.
A Phoenix judge has denied a request to dismiss charges against two suspected white supremacists in a 2004 bombing that injured a black city official in Scottsdale.
September 16, 2004
The Tohono O’odham won’t be annexing land into the reservation for a new casino this month as tribal officials had hoped.
A dozen state legislators are trying to intercede in the legal fight over whether the Tohono O'odham Nation gets to build a casino adjacent to Glendale.
A Gilbert man was sentenced to 48 months in federal prison Monday for committing a bank robbery with a bomb hoax.
Two alleged white supremacists charged in a 2004 bombing that injured a black city official in Scottsdale have been moved from a county jail after their lawyers said their rights were violated.