Monday Muckreads, 12/2/13

In Arizona: Arizona Republic/12 News, 11/30/13, “Arizona Lottery revenue has grown, but tracking how funds are used proves difficult” The Arizona Lottery assures consumers in its ads that revenue from ticket purchases goes to education, health and public welfare, the...
Monday Muckreads: 11/25/13

Monday Muckreads: 11/25/13

In Arizona: Arizona Republic/12News (11/21/13) Arizona Child-abuse Allegations Not Investigated Arizona’s Child Protective Services division, as reported in The Arizona Republic and other Arizona news organizations, uncovered 6,000 allegations of child abuse...
Monday Muckreads: 11/4/13

Monday Muckreads: 11/4/13

In Arizona: Arizona Republic/12News (11/4/13) Scottsdale’s financial disparity a sign of the times This sports investigation tells the tale of two high schools, separated by eight miles, with vastly different financial situations. Coronado High School was once a...
Monday Muckreads: 10/28/13

Monday Muckreads: 10/28/13

In Arizona: Arizona Republic/12 News (10/27/13) – “Prosecutorial misconduct alleged in half of capital cases” The Arizona Republic looked into misconduct by state prosecutors in cases involving a death sentence since 2002. They found “prosecutorial misconduct...
Monday Muckreads: 10/14/13

Monday Muckreads: 10/14/13

  In Arizona: The Arizona Republic/12 News (10/8/13) – “Arizona to have two-track voting system” Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced in an opinion last week changes for the state’s election process, which moves Arizona to a two-tiered voting system....