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January 1, 2005
The Mesa Police Department is offering a free self-defense class for women 18 years and older. Six, three-course sessions are available this year, and participants must attend all classes.
National Guard troops will be staying on the Southwest border, at least for a while longer.
EL PASO, Texas - The Arizona State defense gave coordinator Brent Guy quite a going away present Friday in the Sun Devils’ 27-23 Sun Bowl victory over Purdue.
A small Tempe-based semiconductor company is taking on the mighty United States Department of Defense over replacement electronic parts for jet fighters and other complex weapons.
Michael Jackson, center, departs the Santa Barbara County courthouse with his lawyer, Thomas A. Mesereau, Jr., following proceedings in his child molestation trial Monday.
The next time you get a speeding ticket, thank state Rep. John Allen. Not for the ticket. But for the fact that paying your debt to society will take one less hour of your life.
Only about a dozen NHL players have moved in the first week of the free agency period, but the Coyotes have been one of the league’s most active teams, signing both forward Boyd Devereaux and defenseman Sean O’Donnell quickly to deals.
A Mesa company has received a new Pentagon order for 6,091 bunker- and tank-busting rockets fired from shoulder-mounted tubes that are being used in the war in Iraq.
DALLAS - Shawn Marion was in no mood to discuss his team’s defensive prowess after a 119-102 win at American Airlines Center.
April 19, 2005
SALT LAKE CITY - With two Mormons in the presidential campaign and a hit Broadway show about the church's missionaries, a group of loyalists felt the time was ripe to begin scrutinizing media reports for inaccuracies about the Utah-based faith.
CHICAGO - Bo Outlaw is arriving for his second stint with the Suns to stiffen a defense that works a bit differently than when he departed before last season.
A former Chandler police officer will use claims of selfdefense and good character in a May murder trial, according to a court document filed Tuesday.
May 9, 2005
The push to save a triple killer’s life begins today. Attorneys for Steve Boggs, 26, of Mesa are expected to call a psychiatrist, a psychologist and his grandmother to speak about his mental problems and dysfunctional home life growing up, Maricopa County Superior Court records show.
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - Legal fireworks are set to fly as defense lawyers try to show Michael Jackson is the victim of overzealousness on the part of District Attorney Tom Sneddon leading up to the pop star's arrest on child molestation charges.
A Scottsdale biotechnology company is working with the U.S. and Canadian governments to prepare for emergency distribution of a promising drug that counteracts the health effects of a biological, chemical or radiological terrorist attack.
January 30, 2005
WASHINGTON - In an earlier time, the emerging portrait of a deeply troubled young man might have given Jared Loughner's lawyers the basis of an insanity defense. But John Hinckley's successful insanity claim after shooting President Ronald Reagan led Congress to raise the bar, making the task harder.
August 11, 2004
Arizona State University has been awarded a four-year, $30 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense to protect military personnel against bioterrorism.
ArmorWorks, a Chandler-based producer of lightweight body armor, has received two grants from the Department of Defense to develop technology to enhance protection of U.S. combat troops.
TriWest Healthcare Alliance was awarded a five-year, $10 billion contract by the U.S. Department of Defense on Thursday, a move that will keep the Phoenix-based company in business and open up as many as 300 additional jobs.
Arizona State has named Tempe native and former McClintock High School star Grady Stretz defensive line coach.