In a digital world there is still plenty of room for tradition, and the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is no exception.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today a judge dismissed more than 1,000 frivolous lawsuits filed by a serial litigator against Arizona small businesses. Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities (AID) flooded state courts with more than 1,700 lawsuits against Valley businesses in 2016. The copy-and-paste lawsuits alleged that businesses’ parking lots did not comply with regulations related to persons with disabilities. Many of the issues were minor and easily fixable, but the lawsuits sought thousands of dollars in damages and attorneys’ fees.
There are few things more important than making sure every child in Arizona has a warm home and a loving family.
Tara Montgomery—a single mother who takes care of her three daughters and still manages to work full-time at a school—showed exactly what Arizona values are all about when she adopted her new son, Michael, in December 2016.
Rain-soaked ground and gusty winds are known to send weak trees toppling over in the Valley, and that could be the case this weekend with more than an inch of rain and wind gusts of up to 40 mph in the forecast.
Looking for someplace out of the way to take your dear one? How about Love or Valentine?
As Valentine’s Day approaches, Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning Arizonans to watch out for online dating romance scams. A State Grand Jury indicted Daylon Pierce on 29 felony charges for his alleged involvement in an online dating scam. Eleven additional victims came forward after Pierce was arrested and indicted in June 2016. Pierce is now accused of scamming a total of 13 women.
Banks often replace credit and debit cards for their members for security reasons and you need to take immediate action when they do.
As soon as you get your new card, you need to update all your auto billers - like your gym, streaming video services like Netflix, and most importantly, your car insurance. If insurers don't get paid because your old card is invalid, you could be canceled quicker than you think.
Intel Corporation today announced plans to invest more than $7 billion to complete Fab 42, which is expected to be the most advanced semiconductor factory in the world. The high-volume factory is in Chandler, Ariz., and is targeted to use the 7 nanometer (nm) manufacturing process. It will produce microprocessors to power data centers and hundreds of millions of smart and connected devices worldwide. The announcement was made by U.S. President Donald Trump and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich at the White House.
Arizona, show us your creativity. It might save a life.
You’ve seen the quirky safety messages the Arizona Department of Transportation displays on overhead signs – remember “Hello from the other side, buckle up and stay alive” and “New year, new you, use your blinker”?
Valley police, fire and emergency room doctors are seeing the strange effects of synthetic marijuana overdoses. In some cases, people using the drugs to enter a zombie-like state.
The House Education Committee yesterday overwhelmingly approved HB 2022, legislation sponsored by Representative Jill Norgaard (R-18) that would establish a dyslexia handbook to help parents and teachers better identify and support students with dyslexia in Arizona.