The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division has added another transaction to the growing list of things drivers can do at home to avoid lines at MVD offices. Customers applying for a duplicate driver license or ID card can now print their temporary credentials at home using plain paper. MVD has eliminated the requirement that those credentials be printed on special blue-tinted stock used only at MVD locations.
Traffic fatalities on Arizona roads are rising and selfish drivers are too often to blame.
The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is making significant improvements to ease the process for testing drivers before they get on the road. One change is eliminating random MVD road tests for people who get driver education at private driving schools.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College’s (CGCC) 8th Annual Veterans Resource Expo will be held Thursday, November 3rd from 1 to 4 p.m. at CGCC’s Pecos campus. The event features a resource fair with over 30 college and community groups serving veterans along with a guest speaker program.
Arizona’s network of highways requires transportation professionals specializing in areas as wide-ranging as planning routes, repairing bridges and creating beautiful landscaping along roadways.
Reform is headed to Arizona’s Medicaid program — providing a new national gold standard for how states can transition more citizens out of economic welfare programs and into work.
A driver license verification program used by the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division now makes it possible to request Social Security card replacements online through the Social Security website and simplifies the already-existing process of getting a person’s identifying information verified when making a major purchase or obtaining a loan.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has approved Arizona’s request to reform its Medicaid program, known as the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).
A federal judge will not block an Arizona law prohibiting get-out-the-vote groups from collecting early ballots, striking a blow against Democrats.
Do as we say, not as we do.
That was the basic message from a pair of Colorado leaders on Tuesday, urging Arizonans to vote down the legalization of recreational marijuana.
When someone dies, loved ones left behind have a number of important jobs. Closing accounts is one task that is not always quick and painless.
Dove hunting season has begun in Arizona and runs September 1-15.