SRP Board Weighs $18.8 Million Price Reduction

For the third time in the last three years, SRP’s Board of Directors at a March 27 meeting will be considering a decrease in electricity prices for more than 1 million Salt River Project customers.
With another snowstorm forecast Tuesday afternoon in Arizona’s high country, keep in mind that the safest option while snow falls is delaying travel until Arizona Department of Transportation snowplows have had time to clear state highways.
Arizona teenagers pursuing a driver instruction permit will be able to take the written drivers’ test online beginning Monday, March 5.
Flagstaff has been dealing with a horrible winter season with very little snowfall. Luckily, this week they are getting much-needed snow to help with their tourism.
An Arizona Senate committee on Monday approved a proposal that would ask voters to roll back a minimum wage initiative that passed by a wide margin in 2016.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich, leading a bipartisan coalition of 16 state Attorneys General from across the country, filed a brief urging the United States Supreme Court to protect consumers from abuse in the Google Referrer Header Privacy Litigation class action settlement.
With tax season in full swing, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is taking some of the hassle out of filling out those forms for Uncle Sam.
It just became easier to do business with the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division, and more enhancements are on the way.
A new bill filed at the state Capitol gives homeowners associations the power foreclose on property owners faster than they do now.
Snow-deprived desert dwellers have their eyes on the high country this weekend, with several inches of snow in the forecast for Flagstaff by Saturday.
The government shut down is already hurting Arizonans’ paychecks, security, and how families spend their free time.
If you see smoke and flames in the downtown Phoenix sky Thursday, don't panic! It's all apart of a free show going on at the Arizona Science Center.
Kelsa Dickey is a financial coach here in the Phoenix area and says now is the time to get yourself out of that holiday debt.
An Arizona Corporation Commission member is proposing an ethics code that would ban lobbyists from buying food or gifts for commissioners and require those lobbying the commission for others to register with the state.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that his office obtained a $30,000 consent judgment against Sonoran Outfitters Adventures, LLC, and its owner, Todd Basil Rice.
A mysterious object seen over the Arizona sky Friday night was a reported Space X rocket launch out of California.
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