Casa Grande Police are investigating after a handful of students took some prescription pills a fellow student stole from a family member.
Calling it making lemonade out of a bushel of lemons, Pinal County Animal Care and Control Director Audra Michael found a way to find a home for 17 shelter dogs this weekend.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office staff was notified late yesterday of a favorable U.S District Court ruling in the matter of Longoria v. Pinal County, involving a 2014 deputy-involved shooting.
The Central Arizona Governments along with Pinal County announces a set of five public meetings to seek input on the proposed regional transportation plan for the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority (RTA).
Every year, the Pinal County Attorney’s Office receives an average of 2,500 felony cases from Pinal County law enforcement agencies. Typical cases include, DUIs, homicides, domestic violence, sexual abuse and drug related offenses. More often than not, PCAO gets questions from the public regarding a specific case’s time frame, the charging process, and the overall progression of a case.
Sheriff Paul Babeu announced today that he has relieved a 14-year deputy of his duties while commencing termination proceedings to fire him from the sheriff’s office. On March 3, Deputy Scott Strobel was served termination papers at the Pinal County Sheriff’s Internal Affairs Bureau.
The Arizona Department of Corrections notified Sheriff Paul Babeu that they are intending to deactivate the emergency contract for housing 360 of the department’s inmates in the Pinal County Jail.
A hiker who went missing at Lost Dutchman State Park was found dead Saturday morning, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office said.
sPower and Salt River Project today announced the opening of sPower Sandstone Solar, one of the Valley’s largest photovoltaic facilities.
SRP is purchasing all 45 megawatts of the solar energy produced at the facility, which is owned and operated by sPower, a Utah-based independent power producer.
The US Attorney's office, FBI, Securities and Exchange Commission, and the US Customs and Immigration Service are investigating possible abuses by officials from PhoenixMart, for its involvement in a program that trades foreign investment for US "Green Cards."
It's been in the works for three years and earlier this month that work finally paid off.
The air quality monitor located at the El Dorado Holding property just east of Maricopa has been moved to a new site just off of White and Parker Road.
When you're running as the law and order candidate, or really any candidate for that matter, you should probably follow campaign laws.
And when you're making a run for Congress, you should also know which district you're in.