WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court won’t hear a bid by former U.S.
Rep. Rick Renzi to block his trial on charges of extortion and
Video of Tuesday's fatal crash involving a school bus and a car
shows the bus driver tried to avoid the oncoming car, veering onto
the shoulder before being struck head-on.
Life terms possible for robber of stores
Diane J. Humetewa is resigning from her post as U.S. attorney
for the District of Arizona, it was announced Tuesday.
Politicians would like us to take them at their word.
Former U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi's federal racketeering and insurance
fraud trial will not begin until at least the fall after lawyers
agreed that more preparation time was needed.
Two of former Arizona Congressman Rick Renzi's co-defendants
won't have to stand trial together because they're accused of
unrelated crimes, a federal magistrate has ruled.
Members of the U.S. House will be sworn in today as the 111th
Congress convenes, but Rep. Rick Renzi won't be among them.
WASHINGTON — A $14 billion rescue package for the imperiled auto
industry sped to approval in the U.S. House Wednesday night, but
the emergency bailout was still in jeopardy from Republicans
setting out roadblocks in the Senate.
A lawyer for U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi accused the Justice Department
Friday of leaking information on an investigation of the Arizona
congressman so he would talk about it on a wiretapped cell
A defense lawyer on Thursday urged a federal magistrate in
Tucson to throw out corruption charges against retiring U.S. Rep.
Rick Renzi of Arizona, contending the government repeatedly
violated his constitutional protections.
The legal staff for the U.S. House of Representatives has
challenged the constitutionality of the U.S. Justice Department's
prosecution of retiring Rep. Rick Renzi, R-Ariz., effectively
aligning with his defense.
SHERMAN, Texas — A Sherman businessman was sentenced Tuesday to
three years in prison for submitting a false statement to a
federally insured bank, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a