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In Arkansas, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Reproductive Rights have sued to halt a new state ban on abortions after 12 weeks (except in cases of rape, incest, or a threat to the mother's life). The Center for Reproductive
Workers at an Arizona golf course said they managed to rescue a coyote pup covered with cactus spines. The pup was discovered Tuesday at the Pebblebrook Golf Course in Sun City West, completely covered in cholla cactus clumps, The Arizona Republic
Former baseball player and broadcaster Mark Grace said his stay at the Tent City jail complex in Phoenix has been a life-changing experience. Speaking Wednesday at a press conference at the facility, where Grace was incarcerated after his second DUI
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Residents are complaining about raw sewage, dead fish and a foul odor coming from the man-made ponds in one Arizona subdivision. San Tan Heights resident Sherry Brotherton tells The Arizona
An auction of a DC-9 airplane used by six U.S. presidents began Wednesday in Mesa, Ariz., with an opening minimum bid of $50,000, officials said. The plane was one of three identical aircraft used by presidents from Gerald Ford to George W.
Arias was convicted of murdering her lover Travis Alexander in Tempe, Arizona in June of 2008. TV in Phoenix she prefers the death penalty over life in prison. The Arizona Republic reported Arias, who was found guilty of premeditated murder in the
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago A federal appeals court has denied a request to reconsider a ruling that could result in freedom for an Arizona death row inmate...Circuit Court of Appeals had overturned the conviction of Debra
The state, represented by bullish prosecutor Juan Martinez, rejects that: Arias was jealous that Alexander was seeing other women and killed him in a fit of rage...Arias is pretty though her glamorous pre-trial image has been substantially toned down.
EDT May 1, 2013 The event meant to build school spirit at Queen Creek High School instead has angered civil rights leaders in Arizona. When members of the student council at an Arizona high school organized a schoolwide "Redneck Day" and encouraged
Bisbee, Ariz., and state officials have reached a compromise on a city ordinance that tried to grant spousal rights to same-sex couples, lawyers said. Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne withdrew a threat to sue the city because of the ordinance