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Mar 24, 2023

Bill would upgrade charge of a device used for fuel theft

A bill that would upgrade the charge on the use of a pulsar manipulation device in a gas pump is advancing in the legislature. 

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Mar 20, 2023

Man pleads guilty to assaulting 2 border agents in Arizona

A 26-year-old man from Mexico has pleaded guilty to assaulting two U.S. Border Patrol agents last year on the Tohono O'odham Nation, authorities announced Monday.

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Feb 27, 2023

Retired judge picked to review Arizona’s execution process

A retired federal magistrate judge was appointed to review the execution process in Arizona as part of an examination ordered by Gov. Katie Hobbs of procurement of lethal injection drugs and other death penalty protocols due to the state's history of mismanaging executions.

Feb 14, 2022

U.S. Rep. Schweikert fined in campaign spending case

Republican Arizona Rep. David Schweikert’s campaign committee has been hit with a $125,000 fine by the Federal Elections Commission for misreporting spending and diverting some campaign funds for personal use.  The decision by the commission came nearly two years after Schweikert agreed to pay a $50,000 fine and admit to 11 violations to settle a […]

Jan 20, 2022

Cyber Ninjas CEO hit with arrest warning

Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan must let American Oversight attorneys depose him on January 27 or face additional sanctions and a possible civil arrest warrant, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp ordered this week.  The order follows Logan skirting his initial deposition scheduled for January 5 in the public records lawsuit brought by the […]

Jan 29, 2020

Arizona loses contempt appeal in prison health care case

A federal appeals court has upheld a 2018 contempt-of-court ruling against now-retired Arizona Corrections Director Charles Ryan for failing to follow through on promises in a legal settlement to improve health care for prisoners.

Sep 24, 2018

Ducey: Law he signed meant to undermine Prop 127 victory

It ultimately may not matter if Arizonans vote in November to require utilities to generate more of their electricity from renewable sources.

Oct 29, 2013

Stanton: Cities can’t wait for federal help for transportation projects

Cities can’t wait for new federal funding and updated policies needed to advance transportation projects, Mayor Greg Stanton told officials from around the country Monday.

In this March 5, 2008 file photo shows Rep. Rick Renzi, R-Ariz., right, facing a 35 count indictment, listens to his lead attorney Reid Weingarten after his arraignment, during a news conference at U.S. District Court in Tucson, Ariz. Renzi pleaded not guilty in his initial court appearance. A jury has begun hearing testimony in the trial of former Congressman Rick Renzi in federal court in Tucson. The Arizona Republican is accused of siphoning money from clients of his insurance agency to pay for personal and political expenses. He's also accused of trying to engineer a land swap for personal gain. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)
Oct 28, 2013

Ex-AZ congressman Rick Renzi gets 3-year prison term for corruption

A federal judge on Monday sentenced former U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi to three years in prison for convictions on public corruption, money laundering and other charges, capping a corruption case prosecutors said began more than a decade ago.

Apr 2, 2013

Federal Election Commission fines Franks’ campaign committee $14,000

WASHINGTON – The Federal Election Commission has fined Rep. Trent Franks’ campaign committee $14,000 for failing to report spending of more than $300,000, mostly on mailings, from 2009 to 2011.

Mar 9, 2010

DOT levies $40,000 penalty against US Airways

MINNEAPOLIS - The Transportation Department ordered US Airways on March 8 to pay a $40,000 civil penalty for briefly showing air fares without taxes on its Web site.

Nov 24, 2009

Scottsdale poker room owner gets 3 years’ probation, $1,800 fine

Marc Adreani, the owner of an illegal Scottsdale poker room, was sentenced Nov. 18 to three years of probation with fines reaching almost $1,800. The ruling stopped short of the $2,250 in fines the city of Scottsdale sought. It also returned some items to Adreani that the city had sought forfeiture of.