Salt River Project’s nearly 1 million residential power customers now have another way to stay connected with the new SRP Mobile App for smart phones and tablets. Whether at home or on the go, it is a friendlier and faster way to pay bills, manage accounts and get the latest information if outages occur.
Taco Bell plans to go nationwide this month with its latest concoction: a taco with a shell made entirely out of fried chicken.
What is the Right to Vote all about?
The Right to Vote effort is to address a bad Arizona law known as the 6 mile rule.
Around 9:15pm a fire broke out behind the Pima Crossings development in San Tan Valley. The fire started in an abandoned single wide trailer, no injuries were reported.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is reaching out to the San Tan Valley community for help.
Major safety project for Ironwood Road, between Germann Road to the Elliot alignment, to start April 2017 and last through January 2018.
During the construction, lane restrictions will be in place that will allow for at least one lane open to thru traffic in each direction for this five (5) mile segment of roadway.
The man accused of sexually assaulting several girls at Poston Butte High School has entered into a plea agreement.
On Friday, Tyler Kost pleaded guilty to felony charges of dangerous crimes against children, child abuse, and attempted sexual conduct with a minor.
In response to increasing rates of influenza and other seasonal illnesses across the nation, Banner Health has implemented visitor restrictions at all of its hospitals.
Fireworks can be festive and exciting, but it is important to know the laws and risks associated with the use of fireworks.
Not all fireworks are legal in Arizona.
Before San Tan Valley got its name in 2009, the area was called Queen Creek. Why? Because the Queen Creek Post Office serviced the area and no one knew what else to call the unincorporated section of northeastern Pinal County.