San Tan Valley Area Information

A mysterious object seen over the Arizona sky Friday night was a reported Space X rocket launch out of California.
A May 30 trial date has been set for former Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce and three others charged in what prosecutors say was an influence-peddling scheme aimed at benefiting a water company owner.
Southwest Airlines plans a new seasonal flight service from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to Phoenix this spring.
It has been six months since 27-year-old Daniel Natale of Phoenix died from a heroin overdose. Life for his mom Candi Fuller will never be the same.
Arizona workers on the lowest end of the pay scale are about to get a raise.
Former Corporation Commissioner Bill Mundell has joined Commissioner Bob Burns in asking the Commission to reconsider and reverse its decision this summer allowing APS to raise its rates.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich, 48 other state attorneys general, and the District of Columbia have reached a $45 million settlement with New Jersey-based mortgage lender and servicer PHH Mortgage Corporation. More than 2,000 Arizona families are expected to qualify for settlement payments.
It happens in an instant. An overhead message board flashes, “ALERT, WRONG-WAY DRIVER AHEAD.” Or headlights suddenly appear on your side of a divided roadway.
Monday night, people in the East Valley saw something strange, a sparkling ribbon of light seemed to move as a unit across the sky.
Secretary of State Michele Reagan formally reopened the Capitol Museum’s most popular exhibit and unique tribute to the USS Arizona, the state’s namesake battleship.
Back by popular demand, Catalina State Park’s concert series is returning in 2018. The series has been renamed “Music in the Mountains” and is expanding to the first and third Saturday of each month from January through April.
Maricopa County will become a “second chance employer” by removing from most job applications the question related to prior criminal convictions. The Board of Supervisors approved the policy unanimously, as a way to lower recidivism rates and provide increased opportunity to people who have served their time. Starting January 1, 2018, questions about an applicant’s criminal past will no longer be allowed on the initial job application, unless required by specific departments.
It’s Monday morning, but you’re still in your pajamas. It’s OK, though, you’re working from home. All the coffee, none of the commute.
Arizona routinely uses facial-recognition software to scan photos of driver's license applicants to detect identity fraud. The technology is also for other law enforcement purposes, but that is not explicitly disclosed to applicants - a practice that raises eyebrows among some privacy advocates and experts.
Have you sold your car online, to a person down the street, to a family member? Don’t forget to report that sale to the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division by filing a Sold Notice.
Number one and two came earlier this year. Friday was the day for number three and four – just racked up two new awards and the virtual legal resource center is not even one-year old!
The holiday shopping season is around the corner, which means it's time to start thinking about what can you do to stay on track financially so you don't go into debt.
You may be in for some sticker shock when you're filling up your gas tank this holiday season.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich applauds the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") for adopting new rules to protect consumers from unwanted robocalls. The new rules will allow phone companies to proactively block calls that are likely to be fraudulent because they come from certain types of phone numbers.
With winter on the horizon, the Arizona Department of Transportation has spent months preparing for snow and ice that storms will dump on the state’s higher elevations.
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