Opinions on gun liability, school funding in Arizona, death with dignity law.
Readers' takes on Gov. Ducey's plan for a new state slogan.
Letters on TEP solar rates, mental illness and crime, caring for veterans.
Letters on tightening gun laws, autism book, theater attack, state lawsuit costs.
Letters on California water, Chris Nallen, Kelsey Luria, debt crisis, border crossers.
Reader statements on prison budget, traffic cameras, defense attorneys, women's soccer win.
Opinions on importance of county bonds, Tucson Traffic Justice, Arizona prisons.
Reader statements on F-16 crash, Greek debt crisis, County Attorney drug cases.
Readers sound off on prison contracts, Sanchez pay raise, PCC advertising.
Reader opinions on mental health support unit, airstrike numbers, prison contracts.
Comments on mailing income taxes, Agnese Haury, county bonds, Congress and treaties.
Readers sound off on prison spending plan, city pension problem, troubled veterans.
Responses on SunZia project, Keystone pipeline, education funding, Forever Wild license.
From left to right are the laundry room, power plant and quartermaster building on Alcatraz Island, shown Oct. 20, 1933 in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Ernest King)
A rifle grenade fired by a soldier at left explodes at an already shattered and pock marked window at the Federal Prison on Alcatraz Island where rioting prisoners are cornered after killing two guards and wounding 15, May 3, 1946. (AP Photo/Jack Rice)
This is Alcatraz Island prison, seen from the east, shown 1945. (AP Photo/Jack Rice)
Jim Lowrie, a guard on Alcatraz's cell block, looks over the empty cell block after the last of the prisoners left the Rock for removal to other prisons, March 21, 1963 in San Francisco. (AP Photo)
This is a gun tower on the west side of Alcatraz Prison Island in San Francisco Bay, shown April 30, 1952. The San Francisco skyline can be seen in the background. (AP Photo/Ernest K. Bennett)
Bernard Coy, Kentucky bank robber, climbed up these bars of the gun gallery, seen at upper right, May 6, 1946, spread the bars apart to knock out prison guard Bert Burch, and grabbed his keys to begin the bloody attempted prison break, May 2. The attempt ended in the death of Coy and two oth…
This Sunday will conclude St. Francis in the Foothills United Methodist Church's discussions of prison privatization, which is part of the church's Adult Education program.