MIKE TYSON APPEARS IN COURT FOR DRUG POSSESSION CHARGES
Former Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson appears in Maricopa County Court in Phoenix on December 29, 2006. Tyson was arrested outside a Scottsdale, Arizona night club after showing signs of impairment and volunteered to field sobriety tests. He was released without bond on a felony drug possession charge. (UPI Photo/Jack Kurtz/POOL)
Former baseball player and broadcaster Mark Grace said his stay at the Tent City jail complex in Phoenix has been a life-changing experience.
Jodi Arias, the Arizona woman convicted of first-degree murder for the killing of her ex-boyfriend, has been taken off suicide watch, prison officials said.
The aggravation phase of convicted murder Jodi Arias' Phoenix trial was delayed until May 15, Judge Sherry Stephens decided Thursday.
Jodi Arias, convicted Wednesday in the stabbing and shooting death of her ex-lover, told KSAZ-TV in Phoenix she prefers the death penalty over life in prison.
Ex-major league baseball player and announcer Mark Grace, serving time for DUI, was called a model prisoner by the Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff's Office.
Former NFL quarterback Jeff Lewis died in January of an accidental drug overdose, an autopsy report said.
An intercepted package addressed to controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio contained an explosive device, police said.
A transgendered man said he will appeal after his divorce request was rejected by an Arizona judge, who called his marriage an invalid same-sex marriage.
One juror in the Phoenix murder trial of Jodi Arias was dismissed Tuesday after a request by Arias' attorney, but the judge denied a motion for a mistrial.
A group of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's former peers say they disagree with the outspoken Arizona lawman's warnings about crime increasing if he is recalled.
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