Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
The Senate candidate talked to an anti-Semitic publication for the fifth time last month. He wouldn't condemn it for calling the Holocaust a "hoax."
There's a new sheriff in town.
Let’s talk about presidential pardons. Even before this debacle with Arpaio, there was a supposed rumor coming out of the
The Phoenix New Times did not hold back after Trump pardoned the Arizona ex-sheriff.
Trump and Arpaio were major players in the Obama birther movement.
The 23-year-old, already in custody on a murder charge, is now accused of eight other killings.
Democrat Paul Penzone said the controversial facility wasted taxpayer money.
On May 2, a federal court in Arizona allowed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to continue his workplace raids to search for undocumented immigrants using false identities to work. In the wake of this decision, we should reconsider how we define identity theft.
An Arizona sheriff's office barred a member of Jodi Arias' defense team from visiting her in jail, because the aide allegedly
The federal government challenged the crackdown in court and said the U.S. Constitution gives it sole authority over immigration
Arizona's Election Promise: Record Early Latino Vote Taking on Sheriff Arpaio Just the Beginning of Historic Shift
Outside the Maricopa County Recorder's Office, after the Citizens for a Better Arizona turned in more than 3,000 ballots collected from area voters, Parraz hailed the record turn out and predicted, "Sheriff Arpaio is going to be in for a surprise tomorrow night."
In the Arizona Democratic Party office in Phoenix last month, a few people wore purple T-shirts with an outline of Arizona
In the spring of 2007, a 17-year-old Mesa girl reported to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office that she had been repeatedly
"People are more aware of what's occurring behind the scenes as opposed to what's occurring on TV," Penzone said then. "Over
On the same day that President Obama announced a policy that will make it easier for young undocumented immigrants to remain