Attorney General Mark Brnovich today issued a scam alert reminding college basketball fans to watch out for fake ticket scams ahead of the NCAA Final Four Games. High profile sporting events are prime targets for scammers.
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Got one of those plastic covers or films over your license plate?
Be prepared to get out your screwdriver or razor blade to take it off.
Around 1:45pm Tuesday afternoon, a Florence Unified School District bus leaving Poston Butte to pick up students, ran off the road and crashed into a fence. There were no students on the bus at the time of the accident.
Hackers may have stolen personal information from people who used a job search database used by Arizona and nine other states.
The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin work on March 27 to install a new bridge next to a century-old bridge spanning the Gila River in Pinal County.
Simonton Elementary students benefit from such a supportive community here in San Tan Valley.
One of the largest bomb squad exercises is happening right now in Arizona.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is partnering with the U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance experts as part of the weeklong Raven’s Challenge at Pinal Air Park.
Police departments across the country are warning iPhone users to never say the number 108 to Siri as a prank.
A viral social media campaign is encouraging people to test out the Siri command for fun, but it's actually a scam that can tie up phone lines at emergency call centers, CBS News reports.
Change is in the air, and coolers temperatures are here.
It could be a welcome change for some, after a record-breaking ten straight days in the 90s.
Bruce Arians, head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, will be appearing on TV screens, billboards and mobile phones statewide this month, encouraging folks to get involved in his “Red Flag Challenge” by volunteering their time as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, or CASA volunteer. The campaign, which will run through April, was made possible by a $75,000 grant to CASA of Arizona from the National CASA Association.
Rape kits must be tested within 15 days of being collected thanks to a new law just signed by Gov. Doug Ducey.
The new measure ensures that Arizona's law enforcement agencies will have the money to test those kits. There is a massive backlog right now. Thousands of rape kits, evidence in countless cases, are sitting on shelves in evidence lockers.
Over the past year, thousands of Arizonans have helped inform how we’ll all get around in the future by accepting invitations to participate in the National Household Travel Survey. With the survey wrapping up at the end of April, some are still getting letters asking them to take part.