Monday, January 17, 2005
Cockfighting suspected at Phoenix home An anonymous tip Sunday led Phoenix Police to what is believed to be a cockfighting ring and training area in south Phoenix, police officials said. Students honor the life of King On a warm, sunny Saturday morning when most Valley residents were starting their weekends, nearly 400 young people gathered at Phoenix College to learn how to write poetry, talk about dignity and respect and honor the life of Martin Luther King Jr. Steelers fans flock to Cave Creek bar Tourists know it as a Western-themed restaurant, but Harolds Cave Creek Corral hosted a stampede of Pittsburgh Steelers fans Saturday. Plant aiming to turn land into wildlife area Employees of a remote power plant in the far West Valley are hoping to turn fallow farmland into a thriving wildlife habitat. Legislature mulls rural water plan PHOENIX (AP) -- Like their larger counterparts, many rural communities in Arizona have felt their water supplies stressed by rapid population growth and a nine-year drought. ASU's first dormitory is on the market PHOENIX (AP) -- A 122-year-old adobe home that was Arizona State University's first dormitory and housed its first president is on the market for $900,000. Gay marriage debate comes to Navajo Nation WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) -- The debate over same sex marriage is coming to the Navajo Nation. Navajo Nation appropriates $4 million for weather emergency WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) -- The Navajo Nation Council has appropriated $4 million to help residents dig out from winter weather that created a muddy state of emergency on parts of the vast reservation.