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  • Thursday , Feb 1 , 2018

Scam alert: text message claiming to be ADOT isn’t real

Many Arizonans have reported receiving a scam text about their driver license needing to be updated. This text did not come from the Arizona Department of Transportation and is a phony attempt to get people to hand over their personal identifying information. Do not open this text or any web address associated with it. This is a scam and you should...

If you've ever had your identity stolen, you know the frustration, fear, and stress experienced afte...

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Scorching summer temperatures are coming, and that means it's time for your car's tire-pressure chec...

Through emails, text messages and phone calls, scammers are targeting their victims and they're usin...

Scammers claiming to be Pinal County Sheriff deputies have once again been placing fake calls t...

Amid the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Corporation Commission continues to alert invest...

This tax season, officials are warning consumers to protect themselves from the IRS imposter scam an...

While many are celebrating with friends, family, and neighbors, it's important to ensure your s...

After three bomb threats in the last week and a half at Mammoth-San Manuel PK-12, the series of hoax...

Cooler temperatures are predicted.  When the heater comes on particles/ rapid temp changes...

Having a plan for an emergency is crucial to being prepared. An emergency doesn’t have to be a natural disaster.

Using the phone application “FaceApp” has blown up on social media over the past week. But experts are warning that the fun of instantly aging a person’s photo can come with a catch.

From windshield wipers to taillights, certain car checks are critical as we enter the monsoon season. Below you will find the most important steps drivers can take to protect their cars and stay safe during our wild weather season.

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