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Halloween is only a few days away and figured it would be a good reminder to tell everyone how to keep themselves and their families ...

October is nationally recognized as the official Fire Prevention month. This years theme is Smoke Detectors in your home. Over the years, residential smoke detectors have saved thousands of lives by ...

An archive containing nearly 5 million Gmail addresses and plain text passwords was posted Tuesday on an online forum, but the data is old and likely sourced from multiple data breaches according to ...

A man pretending to be a Salt River Project (SRP) employee is trying to scam businesses in Arizona, according to police. The Chandler Police Department said the man is calling businesses, saying ...

Arizonans can start using permissible fireworks from Tuesday, July 1 through July 6 under a new law written and passed with the intention of eliminating confusion over what fireworks are permissible ...

Fireworks Season is upon us and our local San Tan Valley Fire Department, Rural/Metro Fire, wants you to stay safe.  If you are going to use fireworks, please use them ...

The Apache Junction Police Department Chief of Police Thomas E. Kelly would like to remind citizens to stay alert and not fall victim to ...

With the weather warming and flowers blooming, bees have started to become more active in the community. Here are some bee safety tips to residents to help avoid any unfortunate ...

As National Consumer Protection Week comes to a close, Attorney General Tom Horne is reminding Arizonans that financial fraud has many different forms (data breaches, identity theft, and ...

Many of us have told our children the importance of saying "no" when being offered drugs or alcohol.  However, how many of us have equipped them with the right tools to say no?  A simple "no" by ...

Are you heading out of town for Christmas, or maybe even New Years? If you are, here are a few things to consider. 1) Do not post on social sites when you are leaving or how long you will be gone. If ...

The holiday season is here, and the Queen Creek Fire Department would like to share some basic safety tips so that our residents can enjoy the season with friends and family safely.   According to ...