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You can’t pick up the paper or turn on the news without hearing about yet another Arizona police officer being fired or investigated for a crime or violating their department’s rules of conduct.
As a motorcyclist, my safety focuses on my personal readiness, my gear and my motorcycle — skills honed at TEAM Arizona.
Police have identified the drivers involved in a deadly motorcycle crash Tuesday morning in Chandler.
Arizona motorcyclists have apparently lost out in a bid to get special protection from potential police harassment.
One person has been seriously injured in a multi-vehicle accident in Tempe.
Two people were killed after an SUV rolled over on the Loop 101 Sunday night.
A reckless motorcycle driver was reported to police prior to a single motorcycle accident early Tuesday morning, according to Gilbert police.
Two people killed in two collisions in Apache Junction Wednesday morning have been identified.
The new film Dredd 3D follows a day-in-the-life of the post-apocalyptic Mega City One’s most famous judge, jury and executioner - Judge Dredd. But the new movie is more of a gritty re-envisioning of the comic-book source material and a direct remake of Sylvester Stallone’s Judge Dredd from 1995.
The number of people who died in motor vehicle crashes on Arizona's roadways increased in 2011 for the first time in five years.
As a motorcyclist, I take issue to the recent article attributing Fairwarning.org promoting mandatory helmet laws and motorcycle-only checkpoints. Please post my response to this biased article that describes motorcyclists with a derogatory term.
Drivers across the East Valley will begin seeing crosswalks full of children who are returning to school this week – along with extra police officers on the street to enforce traffic laws near campuses.
Serious crime in Mesa fell 3 percent in the first half of 2012, which police attribute to an aggressive campaign to arrest gang members, career criminals and suspects involved in street-level drug activity.
Early Saturday morning, a man was arrested in Gilbert on suspicion of aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, aggravated DUI, felony flight and other charges, police said.
Motorcycle ridership is on the rise around the country, including in Arizona, and AAA says the increase can be attributed to higher gas prices in recent years.
MARICOPA — A Tempe police officer is recovering after being involved in a crash on his police motorcycle while driving to his home.
“On my way to the store on Tuesday I thought I would stop at the polls and vote. I have voted many times over the years, but for the first time I couldn’t think of any candidate honorable enough to stand in line for.”
Mesa is looking for people with a green thumb to start the city's first community garden, and a workshop is scheduled to outline the steps in establishing one.
Mikel Longman, who served 34 years in a variety of police positions in Arizona, has been named chief of public safety at the Maricopa Community Colleges (MCC). In this role, Longman will be responsible for achieving greater standardization and centralization of police functions at the 10 Maricopa Community Colleges.
Mesa police currently are on the scene of a fatal traffic accident at the intersection of Southern and Longmore involving an elderly person on a motor scooter and a vehicle.
The new year is finally here and with that comes a new legislative session.
Tom Loegering took eight-and-half days to travel through 49 states on his motorcycle. Then he turned around and made the trip again. Loegering, the chief executive officer of Sun City Country Club and a member of the Recreation Centers of Sun City board or directors, is the first member of the Iron Butt Association, a long distance motorcycle rider club, to make the trip back to back.
Mesa's LA Fitness on Saturday will host a Mesa Police Department child safety expo promoting ways to keep children healthy, safe and fit. There will be treats such as hot dogs, snow cones, popcorn, water and soda, a bounce house and a water slide. Free child identification cards and DNA swabs will be provided.
A 48-year-old man who was buried as a John Doe in Tempe’s cemetery for the indigent for nearly 25 years has been identified.
The sight of youngsters bouncing around in - and sometimes out of - the back of pickup trucks may not be around for long.