John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer

John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer

Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, has been diagnosed with brain cancer, according to a Mayo Clinic statement released Wednesday evening by his office. According to the Mayo Clinic, the cancer was discovered after some surgery last week to remove a blood clot above his left eye. “Subsequent tissue pathology revealed that a primary brain tumor […]

Trump is making moves to get Flake out of Washington

Trump is making moves to get Flake out of Washington

President Donald Trump and his administration are speaking with potential candidates to challenge Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. Flake has been a longtime critic of Trump and even refused to endorse him during his 2016 presidential campaign. Trump has personally spoken with Republican Arizona Treasurer Jeff DeWit, and has had administration officials speak with former […]

Goldwater Institute asks U.S. Supreme Court to provide equal rights to Native American children

Goldwater Institute asks U.S. Supreme Court to provide equal rights to Native American children

From the Goldwater Institute The Goldwater Institute has filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take a case that would help decide whether Native American children are entitled to the same rights as all other American children, regardless of their race. In this case, two Arizona teenagers are being subjected to the Indian Child Welfare Act […]

San Luis CBP officers seize $136K in methamphetamine

San Luis CBP officers seize $136K in methamphetamine

By SoAzNewsX U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Arizona’s Port of San Luis arrested a Mexican national and a U.S. citizen after seizing more than $136,000 worth of methamphetamine during separate weekend incidents, according to a news release from CBP. Officers on Friday referred a 38-year-old man from Calexico, California, for a secondary search […]

National Day of the Cowboy celebration at the Empire Ranch

National Day of the Cowboy celebration at the Empire Ranch

By SoAzNewsX The National Day of the Cowboy is being celebrated nationwide on Saturday, July 22. It will also be celebrated locally at the historic Empire Ranch in southeastern Arizona–one of only three places in Arizona where activities are scheduled for the day. At the Empire, participants can get a tour of the ranch, demonstrations […]

Get along, little dogies

Get along, little dogies

By Lee Pitts Among the many things I enjoy about raising animals is watching their interpersonal relationships. If there was such a thing, I think I’d have made a very good cow, sheep, pig or horse psychologist. Wisely, I considered their ability to pay and became a writer instead, which pays only slightly better than […]

1878 – Siege at McSween’s home ends; Billy the Kid kills two

1878 – Siege at McSween’s home ends; Billy the Kid kills two

By SoAzNewsX July 19 1867- Dakota Territory (present day Wyoming)- construction began on Fort Fetterman near the North Platte River. 1878- New Mexico Territory- John Selman arrived in the Pecos Valley. His gang called the “Selman Scouts” are cattle rustlers. In 1895 Selman kills John Wesley Hardin. 1878- Lincoln, New Mexico Territory– the siege at […]

It’s not Candid Camera; man stuck in ATM machine

It’s not Candid Camera; man stuck in ATM machine

It sounds like a great trick to pull on the old Candid Camera–put somebody inside an ATM room and see how long it takes for someone on the outside to believe the person needs help. Well, it actually happened in Corpus Christi, Texas. A contractor got stuck in the Bank of America ATM room without […]

Great moments in police-union arguments

Great moments in police-union arguments

Court: smashing store surveillance cameras did not give Orange County, Calif. cops a “reasonable expectation of privacy” allowing them to exclude filmed evidence of their misconduct in the store afterward. [Lowering the Bar, earlier] –From Overlawyered

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