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.
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.
Central Arizona Governments along with Pinal County announces a set of five community open houses to seek input on the proposed regional transportation plan for the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority (RTA).
The Town of Superior and the Superior Chamber of Commerce have recently been informed that the popular navigation app - MAPS on Apple iPhones continue to report that US 60 is closed from Happy Camp/Hewitt Station Road near the Boyce Thompson Arboretum. The app navigates users to travel through the Kearny/Kelvin Highway in order to get to Superior or the other communities in this region. Those planning trips to Globe from the Phoenix area are being re-routed through the Beeline Highway.
Some Apache Junction homeowners are thankful they weren't hurt when a suspect plowed a stolen truck right into their garage.
This all started Friday afternoon.
The Arizona Water Quality Appeals Board (WQAB) has dismissed an appeal by opponents of the Florence Copper Project. The March 6, 2017 ruling from the WQAB upholds Florence Copper’s Significant Amendment issued by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) last year.
Who says the basketball players get to have all the fun in March?
During March, Pinal County Animal Care and Control, is holding a special for all dogs and cats over the age of one year. The pets will only have a $37.00 adoption fee in addition to a $15.00 license fee if applicable.
Pinal County Surplus Property Auction to be Held on Tuesday, March 14 Are you looking to own a piece of Pinal County property? You will get your chance on Tuesday, March 14 as an auction will be held for 10 different lots across the county.
The 2018 Notice of Value statements have been mailed to property owners in Pinal County. Because of the recovery in home prices over the past few years, property owners may see an increase in their assessed value.
Land Advisors Organization, the nation's largest brokerage company focused on land, rates Pinal County very favorably in its latest market overview.
The organization concludes Pinal County is well positioned for the future. 'As neighboring Maricopa County grows, so does Pinal County. Pinal has the advantage of available land, more affordability, and promising job growth thanks to major corporate development.'
Pinal County is conducting a survey of residents of Northwest Pinal County to better understand their occupational skills and aspirations. This information will help county and city leaders attract more employers to locate to the county. This information will also be used by school district and community college leaders to help understand areas that they should prioritize in the future.
Civil War in the Southwest is an annual event held at Picacho Peak State Park depicting the historic re-enactment of an Arizona Civil War skirmish, Battle of Picacho Pass. The event also includes re-enactments of the New Mexico battles of Glorieta and Val Verde. The three re-enactments will take place on Saturday, March 18, 2017 and will be repeated on Sunday, March 19, 2017.