News archive from 14 March 2017

Senate passes bills focused on law enforcement, spouses

AUSTIN -- The state Senate passed a bevy of bills to support law enforcement officers on Monday, paying tribute to people who put their lives on the line daily without wading into debates about racial tension that have rocked the nation in recent...

Chron, 20:02 in Politics
 

92 degrees in Phoenix ties heat record for March 13

CLOSESkip in SkipxEmbed xShare Tim O'Brien said he wanted to take advantage of the decent weather before the rest of the week turned up the heat in the Phoenix area, so he took his tabla to the park in Chandler. The high in Phoenix hit 90 degrees for...

 
Team Paxton urges court to deny request to delay AG's trial

Team Paxton urges court to deny request to delay AG's trial

AUSTIN -- Attorney General Ken Paxton's criminal defense attorneys are pushing back against prosecutors who say his trial should be put on hold until they get paid for more than a year's worth of work on the case.   "Paxton has endured eighteen...

Chron, 20:22 in Politics
 

Paul Ryan: CBO report on ObamaCare repeal 'exceeded my expectations'

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., embraced the Congressional Budget Office analysis of House Republicans' ObamaCare repeal bill Monday, telling "Special Report with Bret Baier" that the report "actually exceeded my expectations."...

Fox News, 20:25 in Politics
 
Trial begins in 2013 Phoenix shooting deaths of bail bondsmen

Trial begins in 2013 Phoenix shooting deaths of bail bondsmen

When two bail bondsmen were found shot dead in 2013 at a Phoenix apartment complex after an apprehension gone wrong, police knew they had at least one suspect to search for. Nearly four years to the date later, Phoenix law enforcement and criminal...

 
Phoenix police searching for carjacking suspect

Phoenix police searching for carjacking suspect

Police are looking for a man who stole a van while its driver was pumping gas and threatened him with a gun, Phoenix police said. A man was fueling up his van at a gas station near Thunderbird Road and Black Canyon Highway at 2 p.m. when another man...

 
John Oates says he 'should never have been married' to model

John Oates says he 'should never have been married' to model

John Oates, of Hall & Oates, recalled a time when he went from owning four homes and a private plane to having just $50 in his wallet. Oates reveals in his new memoir, “Change of Seasons,” that his lavish lifestyle left him broke. In the book, he...

 

No. 8-seeded ASU women open NCAA Tournament against No. 9 Michigan State

A year ago, the Arizona State women's basketball team was the hunted in the NCAA Tournament. As Pac-12 co-champion, ASU was a No. 2 NCAA seed – highest in school history – and hosting in the first and second rounds for a second consecutive year. Now,...

AZCentral, 20:59 in Sport
 

Trump to visit Detroit, may ease fuel economy rules

DETROIT -- President Trump is planning to hold an event at a new center for self-driving cars in the Detroit suburbs Wednesday to talk about jobs — specifically automotive jobs — and he may announce a plan to roll back fuel-efficiency standards. Trump...

 
Pope Francis falls victim to Ten Commandments fake news hoax

Pope Francis falls victim to Ten Commandments fake news hoax

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis didn't say that God had told him to revise the Ten Commandments as claimed in a widely shared story. Francis never made the purported comments and has not changed or added to the Ten Commandments. He has no authority...

Chron, 21:05 in Politics
 

Alabama Democratic Chairwoman Nancy Worley didn't pay fines in 2012 case, records show

Alabama Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy Worley did not pay a $100 fine and $1,245 in court fees stemming from her guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge in Montgomery County Circuit Court in 2012, court records show. In that case, Worley pleaded guilty...

 

Alabama Democratic Chairwoman Nancy Worley didn't pay fines in 2012 case, records show

Alabama Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy Worley did not pay a $100 fine and $1,245 in court fees stemming from her guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge in Montgomery County Circuit Court in 2012, court records show. In that case, Worley pleaded guilty...

 

Former Tempe police chief seeks $1 million from city

Retired Tempe Police Chief Tom Ryff has filed a notice of claim, the precursor to a lawsuit, against Tempe and is seeking $1 million. Ryff says the city breached a non-disparagement clause in his retirement agreement, preventing him from landing a job...

 

Hemingway: CBO estimates 'notoriously bad'

Mollie Hemingway told viewers Monday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that new figures about the American Health Care Act come from an office that is “notoriously bad” when it comes to such estimates.  Earlier, the Congressional Budget Office...

Fox News, 21:54 in Politics
 

2 men facing multiple child sex charges in Prattville

Authorities arrested two men for multiple child sex charges, according to court documents. Gavriel James Vadimas, 32, is facing 10 counts of possession of obscene matter containing visual depiction of a person under the age of 17 in obscene acts,...

 

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