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Maricopa County

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  • Arizona, Nevada sue Bank of America over loan modifications

     
    In a lawsuit echoing recurring complaints about mortgage lenders, Arizona accused Bank of America Corp. of failing to implement anti-foreclosure measures it had promised in March 2009 to settle accusations that its Countrywide Financial unit had defrauded cons
  • Serious trouble for the Fiesta Bowl

     
    The 1987 Fiesta Bowl, in which Penn State defeated Miami 14-10 for the national championship, is credited for changing college football's landscape so significantly that it produced the BCS. Now, the bowl's curator has been fired, and the bowl itself...

    Checking in on the Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Ariz.

     
    Arizona has been full of arguably bad ideas for many years. I should know, I grew up in Tucson and lived through the impeachment of Gov. Evan Mecham and the release of the Public Enemy hit "By The Time I...

    19-year-old Lancaster Mom Found Dead, Missing Baby Located

    19-year-old Lancaster Mom Found Dead, Missing Baby Located
    LANCASTER, Calif. ( KTLA) -- Sheriff's officials say they have located a 7-month-old girl whose mother, a Lancaster resident, was found dead along a roadside in Arizona. A spokesman for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says Heaven Marie Smith was...

    Controversial Arizona sheriff brings border battle to San Diego

    Controversial Arizona sheriff brings border battle to San Diego
    The self-described toughest sheriff in America spoke about taking a hard line on illegal immigration to supporters and attempted to reach out protestors at the Country Club of Rancho Bernardo Tuesday. Protesters, who chanted and carried signs reading "We...