"Superstar" Billy Graham, the former professional wrestler and devout Christian who took his stage name from the famous evangelist Rev. Billy Graham, has been released from the hospital.
"Superstar" Billy Graham was hospitalized earlier this week due to a liver complication, but was released Thursday.
On the former World Wrestling Entertainment champion's Facebook fan page, Graham posted a photo of himself from the 1980s and gave an update about his release from the hospital. more >>
The ACLU of Arizona is suing their state over a "revenge porn" law, arguing that it violates freedom of speech.
The law signed by Republican Gov. Jan Brewer in April seeks to criminalize anyone who engages in the "unlawful distribution of private images."
Filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona on Tuesday, the lawsuit was brought on behalf of several artists, book stores, and others who take issue with the law. more >>
A 24-year-old Arizona man who was the victim of statutory rape by a 20-year-old woman a decade ago when he was 14, is now on the hook for child support payments after the woman got pregnant from the encounter and kept him in the dark until eight years after she gave birth to his daughter.
The man, Nick Olivas, didn't realize at the time that he was a rape victim under Arizona law, according to azcentral. So he simply moved on with his life, graduated from high school and became a medical assistant.
Two years ago, Olivas received legal notice from the state of Arizona demanding that he start paying child support for a then 8-year-old daughter he never knew he had fathered, according to an explanation on his Facebook page where friends and family have been discussing his situation. more >>
A 22-year-old man calling himself the "Dark Lord" was arrested in Prescott, Arizona after he reportedly set fire to a Bible on the steps of a rescue mission then urinated on it in an attempt to "curse Christians".
A release from the Prescott Police Department cited by azcentral said the man, Eric Minerault of Prescott, was witnessed by an employee of the Gospel Rescue Mission on Lincoln Street burning something on the steps of the building and the police were called in to investigate at about 9 p.m. last Thursday.
Minerault was discovered dressed in black and wearing a long, black-and-red robe with a pentagram necklace, according to the report. A wet Bible that appeared to have been burnt was also found near him. more >>
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has distributed over 1,200 Spanish language Bibles to illegal immigrant children and adults who are being detained by U.S. Border Patrol near Nogales, Arizona.
Largely from the Central American countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, 1,000 people have received Bibles donated by the American Bible Society, along with 600 copies of "La Llave," an edition specifically written for youth. Publishing house Verbo Divino has also donated 200 copies of their Catholic Family Bible.
"This is definitely collaboration between multiple organizations," Matthew Kilmurry, director of marketing at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, told The Christian Post Tuesday. more >>
Former Denver Broncos quarterback and outspoken evangelical Christian Tim Tebow is training for a possible NFL comeback, but admits that his future in the NFL is uncertain and that he is putting his faith in God when it comes to his football career.
Tebow, who currently works as an ESPN analyst for the SEC Network, does not consider his NFL career to be over just yet, and is training in Arizona to improve his skills and conditioning. The NFL season is less than two months away, and in spite the uncertainty, the 26-year-old says his faith is powering him through.
"One of my favorite quotes is, 'I don't know what my future holds, but I know who holds my future,'" said Tebow, according to FOX Sports. "And in that it gives you peace to just continue to work and go after what our heart desires and when you do that, you don't have any regrets and I think that's the best way to live life." more >>