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Motorcycle ridership is on the rise around the country, including in Arizona, and AAA says the increase can be attributed to higher gas prices in recent years.
A motorist passing a collision struck a parked police motorcycle Tuesday on Loop 202 in Chandler.
A 30-year-old woman died after a motorcycle she was a passenger on struck a tarp on Interstate 10 near Riggs Road in Chandler late Sunday, according to the Department of Public Safety.
Tom Mueller drives his car maybe once or twice a month to get to work, but he usually chooses to cruise the road on one of his seven, brightly-colored BMW motorcycles.
Police identified a Scottsdale resident who died Sunday after speeding and crashing his motorcycle on Loop 101.
Motorcyclists hooted, hollered and revved their engines Sunday at an East Valley church parking lot. But the group at Spring of Life Christian Church welcomed the noise for a good cause.
MARICOPA — A Tempe police officer is recovering after being involved in a crash on his police motorcycle while driving to his home.
Mechanics employed by Chandler are now free to work on all police motorcycles patrolling city streets.Until recently, the city's mechanics lacked the training to turn a single screw on the brand of motorcycle largely used by local law enforcement.
Arizona motorcyclists have apparently lost out in a bid to get special protection from potential police harassment.
Three motorcycles, including two ridden by police officers, were involved in a crash Sunday near Maricopa during a charity event.
An off-duty Mesa police officer’s legs were broken Tuesday morning in a motorcycle crash, the latest in a recent rash of East Valley collisions that have seriously injured four bikers — and killed three.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is looking for money to start its first motorcycle squad.
Family owned and operated dealership, BMW Motorcycles of Scottsdale, introduces new online side-by-side comparison of motorcycle specs, and On The Road takes another look at luxury used car dealership, Scottsdale Luxury 101 Preowned.
As a motorcyclist, I take issue to the recent article attributing Fairwarning.org promoting mandatory helmet laws and motorcycle-only checkpoints. Please post my response to this biased article that describes motorcyclists with a derogatory term.
Valley law enforcement agencies are preparing to upgrade motorcycles after Kawasaki announced it will no longer produce its long-used police bikes.
A recent study of motorcycle fatalities nationwide gives Arizona some mixed news. But officials say the state is bucking an ugly trend.
Jenna Senour needed to get in touch with her inner "Easy Rider." "There are times I want to ride so bad that I look for any reason to take my bike out," the Mesa mother of three said. "One day I wanted to get on the bike so bad that I decided to ride to the store to get diapers."
Police are holding a safety exposition from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Mesa Market Place, 10550 E. Baseline Road.
Mesa's LA Fitness on Saturday will host a Mesa Police Department child safety expo promoting ways to keep children healthy, safe and fit. There will be treats such as hot dogs, snow cones, popcorn, water and soda, a bounce house and a water slide. Free child identification cards and DNA swabs will be provided.
If you've ever wanted to see the Jaws of Life in action or just how quickly it takes a fire to spread through a living room, make your way out to the Queen Creek Safety Fair this weekend.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is hosting a safety fair from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Walker Butte K-8 Elementary School, 29697 N. Desert Willow Blvd., in the Queen Creek area.
Mikel Longman, who served 34 years in a variety of police positions in Arizona, has been named chief of public safety at the Maricopa Community Colleges (MCC). In this role, Longman will be responsible for achieving greater standardization and centralization of police functions at the 10 Maricopa Community Colleges.
The Gilbert Historical Museum on Saturday is opening a new public safety exhibit honoring the police and fire departments that have served the town.
Friends, family and residents stood still for a moment Wednesday night and remembered two fallen Gilbert public safety workers on the second anniversary of police officer Rob Targosz's death.
A disheveled man looks both ways, then darts across the street. A mother grabs her two youngsters’ hands, and pulls them over the asphalt while cars slam on their brakes.