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FILE - In this Nov. 9, 2006 file photo, visitors at the Sony Building in downtown Tokyo play Sony's next-generation video game PlayStation 3 as its two-week-long free trial service goes on. Sony Corp. said Tuesday, April 26, 2011 that the credit card data of PlayStation users around the world may have been stolen in a hack that forced it to shut down its PlayStation Network for the past week, disconnecting 77 million user accounts. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara, File)
Sacred Indian artifacts and cultural objects, some of which date back possibly thousands of years, were stolen from Arizona tribes and sold on the black market, federal and tribal officials said.
The continued belief among conservative radicals that President Obama conducted an “apology” tour early in his administration proves that these people are not really interested in the truth.
Chandler police arrested 12 people Tuesday in breaking up a retail theft ring, police said.
More owners are reporting lost or stolen pets, but the online nation is coming to the rescue.
LOS ANGELES (AP) More owners are reporting lost or stolen pets, but the online nation is coming to the rescue.
A resident found her Gilbert neighborhood's community mailbox ripped open and several pieces of mail missing.
Automated cameras that the state Department of Public Safety wants to deploy along some Arizona highways could catch more than speeders.
I am responding to the column by Susan Stamper-Brown asserting that Obama owes the military an apology.
PHOENIX - An Iranian engineer has pleaded guilty to transporting stolen property he obtained at a former job at the largest nuclear plant in the U.S.
More than any other sport, baseball is a game of numbers. Through the decades, the game has remained the same, allowing fans to compare players’ performances across generations.
No one could remember 1776, of course, but the East Valley residents who gathered at Tempe Town Lake for fireworks Wednesday night had their share of Independence Day memories.
April 23, 2005
Police have arrested four men suspected of dozens of burglaries in Scottsdale, including one Scottsdale resident believed to have struck about 100 construction sites throughout the Valley.
Chandler is preparing to seek bids for a citywide towing contract after rejecting one operator’s proposal to remove vehicles from city streets without charging a fee.
State prosecutors have indicted a former Arizona Department of Education employee and six other suspects in an embezzlement case involving about $250,000 that should have gone to benefit special education students.
Linda Burkey’s algebra students know she is peeking over their shoulders, so to speak.
It was an extraordinary, memorable speech that President Bush delivered on Goree Island in Senegal Tuesday, a relatively short but eloquent reflection on the great evil of American slavery, how that evil was overcome and how there's a lesson in the experience for advancing the cause of liberty and justice in Africa today.
Next year, we suppose, there will be a great to-do about the 60th anniversary of D-Day.
A simple building without much embellishment sits near Adobe and Power roads with a sign out front that reads: Mesa's Materials and Surplus.
Patrolman Brian Johnson of the Franklin, Mass., Police Department studied a surveillance video showing two men using allegedly stolen credit cards at a Home Depot.
The turnover that wasn’t is perhaps the defining moment so far for the Cardinals’ defense this season.
NEW YORK - In the past year, 30 percent of U.S. high school students have stolen from a store and 64 percent have cheated on a test, according to a new, large-scale survey suggesting that Americans are too apathetic about ethical standards.
When Bank of America announced last month that it would charge $5 each month that a debit card was used, and the Associated Press reports that Wells Fargo and Chase are testing $3 fees, I again became grateful I belong to a credit union.
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating 31 workers at Mesa’s Alpine Valley Bread bakery outlet as possible illegal immigrants who obtained their jobs through stolen Social Security numbers and fake driver’s licenses.