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.
The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected a challenge to a minimum wage increase approved by voters in the November election.
Did you know there is no “DMV” in Arizona?
It’s true, in Arizona it’s known as the Motor Vehicle Division – or MVD for short – and it’s part of the larger Arizona Department of Transportation.
In recognition of Arizona Consumer Protection Week, Attorney General Mark Brnovich released a list of the Top AZ Consumer Fraud Complaints received in 2016. The Attorney General’s Office received more than 15,000 consumer complaints and recovered more than $3.9 million dollars for Arizona consumers in 2016.
TIMESHARE OWNERS ALERT DIAMOND RESORTS INTERNATIONAL ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL MARK BRNOVICH $800000 DIAMOND RESORT SETTLEMENT AND “ASSURANCE OF DISCONTINUANCE”
DIAMOND RESORT OWNERS WORLDWIDE HAVE UNTIL THE END OF APRIL 2017 TO FILE A CLAIM OF RELIEF WITH THE ARIZONA AG OFFICE IF THEY PURCHASED A DIAMOND TIMESHARE IN ARIZONA, OR ARE AN ARIZONA RESIDENT WHO PURCHASED A DIAMOND TIMESHARE ANYWHERE.
Valley rain, mountain snow and gusty winds will impact the state as a new work week begins.
A rather potent Pacific weather system will barrel through the state during the next 48 hours.
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.