A computer hacker somewhere is holding hostage digital files on at least one computer in the Pinal County Attorney's Office and is using ransomware to do it.
Pursuant to 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) §58.10 Pinal County Air Quality will make its annual monitoring network plan available for public inspection for 30 days prior to submission to the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Based on credible information about recent Mexican Drug Cartel violence, Sheriff Paul Babeu is warning campers, hikers, mountain bikers and all-terrain vehicle riders of the elevated risks of being out in certain areas of Pinal County this holiday weekend.
Tails rise from the desert like shark fins from the water.
For many years, Pinal Airpark was an isolated facility in the middle of the desert between Phoenix and Tucson best known for the many mothballed jetliners stored there.
On Thursday, May 5, at 6:50 p.m., members of the public and media are invited to join Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu at a memorial ceremony honoring fallen law officers.
As of April 1st, Pinal County Air Quality began issuing only 3-day open burning permits. All permits will expire by May 1st and Pinal County will suspend the issuance of open burning permits on April 28th.
After working with staff at the Holiday Inn Casa Grande the Pinal County Public Health Services District (PCPHSD) has lifted the suspension of food service at the establishment.
The public is invited to comment on eight applicants for a vacancy on the Superior Court in Pinal County created by the retirement of Judge Gilberto Figueroa.
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.