Angry Arizona Coyotes hockey fan donates $10,000 for opportunity to shoot mayor with taser

An Arizona Coyotes fan got to take out her frustration on the mayor behind the decision to send the hockey team packing. Disgruntled fan Ronda Pearson used a stun gun on Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers on Saturday as part of a charity pledge. Weiers volunteered to be stunned with a Taser at the mall eventContinue reading “Angry Arizona Coyotes hockey fan donates $10,000 for opportunity to shoot mayor with taser”

Arizona store employee discovers brain tumor after he’s pistol-whipped

By Ed Payne and Dave Alsup Call it a mixed blessing — one that may have saved an Arizona convenience store employee’s life. When Phoenix Circle K manager Jerimiah Willey was pistol-whipped during a robbery last month, he landed at St. Joseph’s Hospital with a head injury that required eight staples. “He hit me inContinue reading “Arizona store employee discovers brain tumor after he’s pistol-whipped”

Brief History of 8 Hallucinogens

Humans have been ingesting mind-altering substances for a very long time. Hallucinogen-huffing bowls 2,500 years old (http://www.livescience.com/5240-ancient-family-heirlooms-snort-hallucinogens.html) have been found on islands in the Lesser Antilles, and traditional cultures from the Americas to Africa use hallucinogenic substances for spiritual purposes. Here are some notable substances that send the mind tripping. LSD is commonly known asContinue reading “Brief History of 8 Hallucinogens”

New Solar Plant in Arizona Powers 70,000 Homes Day Or Night

Outside Phoenix, Ariz., on Wednesday, a power company turned on one of the largest solar power plants of its kind in the world. But unlike other solar farms, this plant continues giving power to 70,000 Arizona households long after the sunset. The Solana plant uses 3,200 mirrors that are tilted so they focus the sun’sContinue reading “New Solar Plant in Arizona Powers 70,000 Homes Day Or Night”

Researchers explore connecting the brain to machines

Behind a locked door in a white-walled basement in a research building in Tempe, Ariz., a monkey sits stone-still in a chair, eyes locked on a computer screen. From his head protrudes a bundle of wires; from his mouth, a plastic tube. As he stares, a picture of a green cursor on the black screenContinue reading “Researchers explore connecting the brain to machines”

Landfill Harmonic

As the world tries to come up with interesting ways to spread the word about saving our environment, a man in Paraguay has found an innovative way to promote “green” ideas and social awareness – while also encouraging music. Favio Chávez was working at a huge landfill south of the capital, Asunción, several years agoContinue reading “Landfill Harmonic”

Michael Marin, Arizona man, commits suicide in court after being found guilty of arson

Arizona man Michael Marin collapsed in court and died Thursday after hearing a jury convict him of burning down his $3.5 million mansion, CBS affiliate KPHO-TVreports. Court officials said the judge and lawyers were discussing aggravating factors and the jury was out of the room when 53-year-old Marin’s face suddenly turned red and he collapsedContinue reading “Michael Marin, Arizona man, commits suicide in court after being found guilty of arson”

Stoned mom arrested after driving with 5 month old baby on roof

  The following is a break down of some seriously bad parenting at the hands of 19-year-old teen mom Catalina Clouser from Phoenix, Arizona. On Friday night Clouser and her boyfriend had been smoking a little weed at a public park. After this they decided to head to a store and buy some beer withContinue reading “Stoned mom arrested after driving with 5 month old baby on roof”