San Tan Valley Area Information

The Coconino National Forest is selling a limited number of Christmas tree permits beginning Nov. 17. The cuttings can be made on Nov. 18 in a specific area of the Mogollon Rim Ranger District until Christmas Eve.
USAA announced plans to hire up to 1,000 technology professionals between now and the end of 2020 at its Phoenix campus.
It rises like a spooky apparition with freeway fangs whenever Halloween occurs on a weekday.
Nearly two dozen people gathered outside Queen Creek High School Wednesday morning in an effort to show students that their lives matter. The small rally, mostly parents from all over the Valley, was in response to the recent deaths of four students.
Available now for your mobile device: A free app from the Arizona Department of Transportation that will help you avoid unplanned and lengthy travel delays, and other serious highway hazards.
Every year, 60 tow truck drivers die while working on the side of the road. On Saturday, more than 100 tow trucks took over Valley freeways to put a spotlight on the "Move Over" law.
The Arizona Supreme Court’s Committee for an Interim Review of Child Support Guidelines has published a list of recommendations for public comment. The preliminary report and recommendations center on the change to Arizona’s minimum wage and recent changes to federal regulations. Arizona’s higher minimum wage and new federal regulations have an impact on the calculation of child support. The proposition passed by Arizona voters ushered in an immediate increase to minimum wage, as well as future increases in 2018, 2019, and 2020.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed onto a plan with other governors to help expand the use of electric vehicles by creating a corridor of charging stations across several western states.
You've seen the numbers; at least 20 veterans commit suicide every single day. The only cause of death on the rise in America is suicide.
The two insurance companies that sell individual health insurance plans on federal exchanges in Arizona planned for the possibility that President Donald Trump would end payments that help cut costs for lower-income clients.
We know it's still September! But Arizona Snowbowl has already begun making snow for the upcoming winter season.
Need some extra cash this holiday season? (Who doesn't, right?)
Teachers change lives and shape the future. The Silver Apple Award honors that.
A piece of Arizona’s history is coming to the big screen this weekend. Epic Pictures is releasing its full-length feature film “Last Rampage,” on Sept. 22, based on the true story of the 1978 Arizona prison break and the subsequent killing spree of Gary Tison and Randy Greenawalt.
It may not be surprising that an "aquatic desert" turtle faces long odds in life, but environmentalists and biologists still welcomed this week's endangered species designation for the Sonoyta mud turtle.
Opponents of Arizona's new universal private school voucher program on Tuesday succeeded in blocking the law until voters can weigh in next year, barring a successful court challenge or an outright repeal of the new law by the Legislature.
With strong monsoon storms forecast in much of Arizona going into the weekend, be ready to pull aside and wait out extreme weather.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Arizona joined with 31 other states in a consumer fraud settlement with Lenovo Inc., the world’s second largest computer manufacturer.
Arizona Public Service won approval on Tuesday to charge a $5 monthly fee to customers who refuse to use a "smart meter". Smart meters use a wireless signal to transmit energy use information to APS.
Harkins Theatres, Arizona’s homegrown movie theatre company, celebrates its 84th anniversary with gifts for Moviegoers! Guests will receive a FREE small popcorn with the purchase of a drink at all Harkins locations on September 20. Guests are also invited to enter weekly drawings on Harkins’ Facebook page for a chance to win Family Prize Packs including loyalty cups, tickets and FREE popcorn as well as Harkins gift cards. All entries will have a chance to win a FREE private screening for up to 20 guests!
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