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Impressive gains in Valley bus ridership for the third straight year gives credence to the county Board of Supervisors' sensible suggestion this week that more attention be paid to expanding service instead of wasting vast sums on a few miles of light rail.
The escalating legal battles between county officials that erupted after the indictment of Supervisor Don Stapley have converged on the Mesa Republican’s secretary, who is now the subject of a criminal investigation and is being represented by a lawyer appointed by the county.
More than 30 percent of the single-family housing permits issued in the Valley during the first half of 2005 were in Pinal County, indicating a major shift in Valley growth patterns, a Scottsdale economist said Friday.
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday adopted a final budget of $429,878,000 for the 2010-11 fiscal year.
Mesa police officials are reorganizing the department's internal affairs unit to focus more on investigating officers and less on deciding their punishment.
Scottsdale and Maricopa County law enforcement officials said a coming change in the state’s last call law will affect the hours, but not the numbers, of officers are on streets.
A judge has voided a new state law that its sponsor admits was designed to shift control of the Pinal County Board of Supervisors from Democrats to Republicans.
The civil division of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office was effectively gutted Monday when the Board of Supervisors stripped $6 million from the agency’s budget to set up its own in-house legal shop.
May 15, 2005
Few would argue that Mesa is a conservative city. Republicans dominate the political landscape — on the City Council, in the Legislature, in Congress and on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. The chairman of the Arizona Republican Party is, in fact, a Mesa resident.
May 15, 2005
Recently, the Tribune published an in-depth investigative report that described how a dramatic shift in focus to immigrants by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has led to increased response times to emergencies and a decrease in investigations and arrests of violent crimes such as rape. The Tribune reported July 24 that county Supervisor Don Stapley has requested information from the sheriff’s office concerning these issues. He made the request only “after reading about the issue in the Tribune.”
Mari Faidley, center, a Starbucks shift supervisor, holds a stack of cups as she takes a drink order from a guest at Starbucks annual shareholders meeting, Wednesday, March 19, 2014, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
SAN DIEGO - A Superior Court judge on Thursday ordered Starbucks Corp. to pay its California baristas more than $100 million in back tips and interest that the coffee chain paid to shift supervisors.
Our view: The blatant partisan gerrymandering to stack the Pinal County Board of Supervisors turns out to be an affront to common sense as well as our constitutional principles.
Maricopa County’s estimated 2,100 detention officers are getting a pay raise of more than 14 percent, the County Board of Supervisors decided Wednesday.
The county’s estimated 2,100 detention officers are getting a pay raise of more than 14 percent, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors decided Wednesday.
Mesa police are investigating a shooting that took place Saturday night in the 800 block of East Brown Road.
Pinal County Democrats held commanding leads Tuesday over their Republican rivals for general government offices in early election results.
Maricopa County was hit Monday with a lawsuit asking for $8 million in unpaid overtime for jail detention officers.
Millions of dollars are wasted on unnecessary international trips and projects that are never completed. Illegally approved developments encroach upon Luke Air Force Base. Correctional Health Services loses its state-mandated accreditation. Deputies arrive 40 minutes after an East Valley woman is robbed at gunpoint.
November 3, 2004
Gilbert Fire Department (GFD) Battalion Chief David Rodriquez resigned amid an investigation into allegations he violated multiple town policies. Gilbert spokesperson Jennifer Alvarez said Rodriquez left his post effective May 28, which coincided with the day the town released a report into allegations of misconduct against him.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Nearly two years before the fatal crash of Comair Flight 5191, a control tower supervisor at the Lexington airport reported staff shortages that "can cost lives."
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has been ordered to pay detention officers more than $2 million in overtime to cover unpaid work that spanned two years.