After a shootout in a Phoenix suburb involving federal agents of Homeland Security Investigations, a team of student reporters at the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism began examining use of force by federal law enforcement.
"Mountain Dew" collected recently ate its way through the sides of the jug. "White Mule" exploded with enough force to imbed glass in the office furniture.
My broom failed me. It would not stand up.
Davoshin is an intelligent and athletic girl who enjoys playing volleyball and performing on the dance team.
Ariah is a happy baby who loves music, shiny lights and toys that blow air.
Tim dreams of having his own YouTube channel or game show and would love to learn about media production.
Christina and I are shifting between her chainsaw and my hand saws and clippers. My fingers ache, my hands are sore, my arms are scratched.
Martina is a kind-hearted girl who loves music and dancing, especially the Macarena.
Can you substitute half-and-half with sour cream?
Arizona men voted on November 5, 1912, to give women the right to vote and hold public office. Arizona was one of the last to ratify the 19th Amendment in 1920.
Dominic is a go-getter in school and is proud of earning good grades.
Love is in the air. Check out the stores and see all the heart shaped candies, cookies and cakes. Buy a bunch of red roses. Maybe champagne. Jewelry is nice too. Grab a card that professes “true love” to that “special someone” in your life.
These are AZ’s children: Angel is a thoughtful, sociable girl with a killer sense of humor and a passion for fashion.
Ann Metlay will showcase her groundbreaking ceramic work and original beat poetry at The Muse Gallery’s 2nd Saturday event, 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8.
Well, there were no babies for Babs this week. I'm not sure what this means. It could be she's not pregnant but would like to be. Or it could mean she got pregnant a week later when she revisited Buddy. Or perhaps she just likes the idea of a baby box. I don't think rabbits can have hysterical pregnancies.
We don’t like cheaters. And it has no place in baseball! Say it ain’t so Mr. Commissioner.
Where were you the weekend of January 11th and 12th? Perhaps riding the Phoenix Light Rail pantsless to “celebrate silliness” (more like madness) with folks in about 30 cities all over the world? No, I didn’t think so.
Two hours of music, including well-known songs from famous musical and movies, performed by a cast of close to 100 Mingus Union students.
There’s an old saying, “Be careful of what you ask for – you might get it.”