The Arizona Republic gets scooped on breaking news in its own backyard – by some schmoe freelancing in his spare time. Think its management has the sense to feel at least a twinge of embarrassment?
People in Phoenix, Arizona, now have another busybody political group inundating their email accounts with unwanted spam messages. Who are they, and what do they want to accomplish besides spamming your email account?
Nearly 10 years ago, a home exploded in a Scottsdale, Ariz. neighborhood. The investigation unraveled a troubled family – but the man suspected of murdering his family and fleeing has never been found.
In the short time I’ve kept tabs on Sal DiCiccio, a Phoenix city councilman, he’s been careless with residents’ private information, misrepresented data on city employees’ salaries and whined like Glenn Beck. And he’s convinced me that he’s tied to the nofee2hikeaz.com group.
Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio has come out adamantly against a $2 a day parking fee at some city trailhead parking lots. Here’s why he is dead wrong.
Iceland is grabbing headlines for all the volcanic activity now shaping its landscape. Here’s a surprise for many – the same processes also made Arizona what it is.