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  • Thursday , Feb 1 , 2018

Sheriff Lamb Wants You to Stay Safe This Holiday Season

Happy Holidays! To ensure your safety this holiday season, Sheriff Lamb and the Pinal County Sheriff's Office hopes you'll consider the following safety tips.

As the countdown to Christmas begins, Attorney General Mark Brnovich is asking Arizonans to be extra cautious when making last-minute gift card purchases.

As Sara Mason looks at pictures of her ultrasounds, she can't believe she's about to be a mom.

AAA recently published a report with some surprising numbers. The motor club says 500 people were killed over the last four years due to hitting road debris and Christmas trees are considered road debris.

The winter holidays are a time for celebration and that means cooking, home decorating, entertaining and an increased risk of fire and accidents. Rural Metro Fire offers these guidelines to help make your holiday season safer and more enjoyable:

Kara Miller was just 30 when she started struggling to see while driving at night. A family member offered some advice.

If you have not heard about it already, we want to warn you about a nationwide wire scam targeting the money you have saved to purchase (or refinance) your home. This is occurring across the country in almost every market.

As the Valley’s largest electric provider, SRP is encouraging customers to stay safe this holiday season as they plug in holiday decorative lights, surge protectors and extension cords. Each year, hundreds of homes are damaged or destroyed by fires that start with overloaded circuits, Christmas trees or holiday lights, according to the National Fire Protection Association.

A Phoenix man says he foiled a sophisticated work-at-home scam and wants to help others know the red flags to look for.

Each year numerous injuries and fires occur as a result of unsafe cooking practices.  Frying a turkey can be very dangerous and should be done under very controlled conditions.   

We've talked about pet scams before and what you need to look out for. Now the Better Business Bureau is issuing a warning. In fact, the BBB says the majority of ads claiming to have a pet for sale are scams.

"I've earned almost $4,000 in the last few years,” Nicole Luboff boasted. That’s not bad, considering she earned it all just by clicking on surveys or shopping on one of her favorite Apps. But she didn't earn cash exactly. She earned something called Swagbucks.

Phoenix is pretty hot when it comes to professional sporting events. Not only do we have four major sports teams, but there are also big ticket artists and other events that are always going on. But if you want to attend one of these venues and you're buying tickets from a third party, be careful.

Kids love the magic of Halloween: Trick-or-treating, classroom parties and trips to a neighborhood haunted house. But for moms and dads, often there is a fine line between Halloween fun and safety concerns, especially when it comes to road and pedestrian safety.

The Equifax security breach impacted about 143 million consumers. You're likely one of them, and you're probably a little scared, so how can you avoid falling prey to identity thieves?

Your car is dirty, you decide to take it to a car wash, but it comes out looking a lot different than you expect. It's damaged. What do you do?

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