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The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating allegations of civil rights violations at Central Arizona College.
Three federal agencies are examining the Maricopa County sheriff's anti-illegal immigration enforcement effort to determine if deputies have followed civil rights and other regulations.
TROUBLING TIMES: Sheriff Joe Arpaio's operations in Guadalupe and other Valley communities are coming under increased scrutiny.
More than 750,000 Maricopa County voters will get early ballots in the mail as soon as Thursday, when voting begins for the Aug. 28 primary elections.
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights is investigating allegations of discrimination on the basis of national origin by Maricopa County Community College District.
A convicted smuggler from Eloy has been sentenced to115 months in federal prison.
You asked, and yes, there is something you can do. But, it’ll take extra oomph to fight off the federal power grab. You never thought you’d become politically active. You’re busy taking care of your families and embracing gifts of American citizenship. But all that is threatened now.
The Department of Justice has begun to study Tasers, the electric guns that are increasingly popular with police, in the face of new questions over their safety.
Judicial nominee Priscilla Owen meets with President Bush in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Tuesday.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has pledged its cooperation in an ongoing Title VI investigation by the Department of Justice involving allegations of civil rights and racial profiling by the sheriff’s office during crime sweeps, according to a letter from the its attorney.
Gilbert officials hope to get 10 police officers, a new fire station, a sewer system for one of the oldest parts of town and a new pedestrian trail out of the just-passed federal stimulus package.
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has retained former Georgia congressman Bob Barr in an attempt to derail the dispute resolution process with county administrators.
A federal security official from Phoenix has been accused of falsifying records in connection with a San Francisco shooting that involved two other federal agents.
A 38-year-old convict who failed to meet requirements in the last month of his federal prison sentence by not returning to a halfway house was arrested early Monday during a routine traffic stop in Mesa.
Nearly 200 people have signed letters opposing the transfer of federal property in northeast Mesa to a private owner, an opponent of the plan said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - Despite the Sixth Amendment's guarantee of public trials, nearly all records are being kept secret for more than 5,000 defendants who completed their journey through the federal courts over the last three years. Instances of such secrecy more than doubled from 2003 to 2005.
A recall petition filed Tuesday against a member of Congress could end up being a test case for how much power Arizonans have to get rid of federal lawmakers.
July 21, 2004
Commercial real estate brokers, developers and others believe the commercial real estate downturn is severe enough to warrant federal assistance.
BOISE, Idaho - The expiration Monday of a 10-year federal ban on assault weapons means firearms like TEC-9s can now be legally bought - a development that has critics upset and gun owners pleased.
CHICAGO -Ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's plan to auction off President Barack Obama's vacant U.S. Senate seat marked the culmination of years of scheming for personal gain that included trying to extort a congressman and pressuring businesses to hire his wife, prosecutors alleged.
A federal judge this morning blocked several provisions of Arizona's new immigration law from taking effect.
A memo prepared by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security warns that right-wing "extremists'' are stockpiling weapons and ammunition in anticipation of new restrictions and bans.
Terrorism liaison officers have been getting a lot of attention in the national press lately. But the bottom line of what they do is basically old-fashioned police work, according to the state police coordinating the effort in Arizona.
Privately operated post offices that serve walk-in customers are popping up in retail stores all over the Valley.