The Yavapai County sheriff’s detective who led the investigation of a self-help author’s sweat lodge ceremony resumes testimony Thursday.
A woman who called 911 following an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony says she believes a self-help author’s words convinced participants to stay inside the sweltering structure.
Attorneys defending a self-help author on manslaughter charges say prosecutors withheld evidence that shows their client isn’t to blame for the deaths of three people following a sweat lodge ceremony.
A defense attorney for a self-help author charged with manslaughter began his cross examination Thursday of a man who helped out at the author’s sweat lodge ceremony.
A judge overseeing the case of a self-help author charged with manslaughter denied a defense motion to declare a mistrial Wednesday.
Fawn Foster expressed disbelief at the conditions of people who were participating in an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony.
Scott Barratt says he was concerned about the intense heat inside an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony and probably should not have returned once he left.
A woman who performed CPR on participants of an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony takes the stand again Friday in a self-help author’s trial.
A man who burned his arm during an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony resumes testimony Thursday in the trial of a self-help author whom he had known for nearly 20 years.
A man who says he has lingering health effects from an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony that turned deadly will resume testimony Wednesday in a self-help author’s manslaughter trial.
Testimony in a self-help author’s manslaughter trial is entering a third week.
A hairstylist from California will resume testimony Wednesday in the manslaughter trial of a self-help author.
One of three people who were overcome in an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony refused help when a fellow participant asked if she needed to get out, a defense lawyer told jurors Wednesday.
Prosecutors in central Arizona have painted self-help guru James Arthur Ray as a reckless man, saying he conditioned dozens of people to trust him before leading them in a sweltering sweat lodge ceremony that turned deadly.
A couple of thousand tea party members convening a weekend summit in Phoenix are determined to have a say in choosing the next Republican nominee for president.
Republican Tim Pawlenty’s attempt to build his stature among tea party voters takes him to a summit in Arizona next week.
The Minnesota baseball team will host an annual early-season tournament in Arizona this year.
Police at the U.S. Capitol are advising lawmakers and their staff to “take reasonable and prudent precautions regarding their personal security.”
Sure we’ve been dealing with Snomageddon and collapsing Domes here in Minnesota, but the West coast is catching hell with the weather too.
Arizona Department of Transportation officials are responding to the state’s budget crisis by looking at the 2,200 signs posted on rights of way of rural highways with logos of gas, food and lodging businesses.
Andrew Brunette scored his second goal on rare power-play conversion and the Minnesota Wild ended a five-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Thursday night.
A judge in southern Arizona has refused to remove intensive probation conditions placed on a woman acquitted three decades ago in one of Minnesota’s most notorious murders.
What did Brad Childress have to say the day after sitting on the hot seat as the Vikes came from behind to beat Arizona? Pioneer Press beat writer Jeremy Fowler joins Chad from Winter Park following the Childress press conference with the latest.
Minnesota scores two late touchdowns and beats Arizona on a Ryan Longwell field goal in OT. WCCO’s Eric Nelson was there and caught up to several Viking players after the game.
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