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Arizona voters made it clear last year they don't want payday lenders in the state. But the defeat of Proposition 200 by a wide margin could become moot depending on what happens in Washington where lawmakers are weighing the first-ever federal regulations of the industry.
WASHINGTON - With smiles and handshakes, President Bush and his wife, Laura, quietly welcomed Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, to the White House Wednesday.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is well accustomed to working under a spotlight — literally and figuratively. Constant scrutiny has also become commonplace at the sheriff’s office.
RICHMOND, Va. - Before John Allen Muhammad went to trial for orchestrating the deadly sniper rampage that terrorized the Washington, D.C., region, he claimed he was a prophet and that his teenage accomplice had concocted an herbal AIDS cure, his lawyers say.
WASHINGTON - Denouncing a conflict entering its fifth year, protesters across the country raised their voices Saturday against U.S. policy in Iraq and marched by the thousands to the Pentagon in the footsteps of an epic demonstration four decades ago against another divisive war.
Just what I feared would happen, is happening in my city. Things have gotten nasty and partisan politics are alive and doing the damage that we have seen too much of in Arizona and Washington D.C.
“May I be so brash as to query: When does the ‘media’ have the authority to ‘call’ an election? The votes aren’t officially counted and the media is naming the president. Not only is this Chicago politics as usual, maybe there’s a south-of-the-border train of thought as well.”
Rather than expressing sympathies or offering prayers for the Tucson victims and their families, Bonnie Erbe in her guest commentary titled “Gun control - if not now, then when?” (online at www.eastvalleytribune.com) lists six previous mass shootings as evidence that law-abiding Arizonians deserve less freedom.
WASHINGTON - Investigators in the 2001 slaying of Chandra Levy have prepared an arrest warrant for a Salvadoran immigrant convicted of similar attacks in the park where the former intern disappeared, a person close to the investigation said Saturday.
December 13, 2004
Arizona State basketball fans should pay closer attention than usual to the NCAA tournament that starts today, even if their team isn’t participating.
Alcohol was involved in nearly 42 percent of all deadly car crashes in Arizona last year, putting the state in the top third nationwide for alcohol-related fatalities, according to a report released Wednesday.
Two years ago, a Phoenix homicide detective asked for help on a case.
Arizona’s lenient child safety laws and lack of teen driver restrictions make it the worst of the 50 states when it comes to preventing trafficrelated injuries, according to a study to be released today.
Arizona's undocumented immigrant population dropped by more than 100,000 in 2008, the largest decrease of any state, but the reasons for the decline aren't clear.
Thanks to the new football stadium in Glendale, the Valley was named one of four finalists for the 2008 Super Bowl Tuesday at the NFL’s owners meetings in Philadelphia.
SALT LAKE CITY - Federal investigators have determined that a tour bus filled with skiers had no mechanical problems when it sideswiped 28 feet of a guardrail before skidding off a remote highway in southeastern Utah. Then it rolled once, landing upright on its wheels.
The U.S. Energy Department decided Tuesday to designate 10 counties in Arizona and Southern California as a “national interest electric transmission corridor,” opening the possibility of more power lines being built between Arizona and California.
BRICK to Scottsdale city officials, well-known for demanding that zoning applicants jump through numerous aesthetic hoops in order to get permits — everyone but themselves, that is.
There are surprises in life, but two of them are not Thanksgiving and Christmas. They come at the same time every year. And it's no surprise that Americans travel en masse over those holidays, the Sunday after Thanksgiving said to be the year's busiest travel day.
Presidential candidate John McCain's sweeping victories on Super Tuesday revealed what could be a post-partisanship era in politics.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his Washington, D.C.-based attorneys have demanded an investigation into the U.S. Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security for what they believe is a politically motivated investigation into the sheriff’s illegal immigration sweeps.
Two powerful economic and demographic trends are drawing illegal immigrants over the border into the work force.
Violent crime among youths is on the rise nationwide and Mesa police Chief George Gascón hopes to do something about it. Stopping youth violence isn’t solely a police issue, and this week Gascón said he plans to reach out to churches, schools, the YMCA and the community to help teens stay out of trouble.