When police arrived at Bradley Waldroup’s trailer home in Tennessee, they faced a horrific scene of blood on the carpet, walls, outside by his truck and on a large machete.
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As promised in President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address, the White House released a new online tool April 15 to show Americans how their individual tax dollars are being spent.
Following an accident in which a drunk driver struck her car, Sharon Sikora was told she might not survive.
A group attempting to recall Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce, R-Mesa, expects to reach the required number of petition signatures before its May 31 deadline.
A state bill the Tempe Undergraduate Student Government believes would cause discrimination among university clubs and organizations passed both houses this month and is now awaiting the governor’s signature.
Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce has placed new immigration bills on hold to make time for discussion of the state’s budget proposals, but they could be moving toward a final Senate vote soon.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held a special sitting Tuesday morning at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, giving law students the opportunity to see the court in action.
For three ASU alumni, the best marketing campaign doesn’t involve million-dollar commercials or flashy billboards. Their strategy is simply talking to friends.
The White House released a new program this month that aims to strengthen communication between the American people and the Obama administration.
Comedian Ellen DeGeneres surprised the ASU community Tuesday when a crew from her talk show rolled onto the Tempe campus to film a segment and hand out cash prizes.
For many, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to show that special someone how they truly feel.
The U.S. Department of Labor recently unveiled an online tool that will assist young people in the search for jobs.
A bill in the state Legislature would track racial profiling in law enforcement agencies.
In his second State of the Union address, President Barack Obama said the nation’s future depends on improving America’s education system.
A new courthouse being built in Yuma could be named after U.S. District Court Judge John Roll, one of the six who died in the Jan. 8 shooting in Tucson.
Two bills back on the docket at the state Legislature this year could change the face of on-campus security.