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Stan Tjaden has lived in an East Valley condo complex for more than 20 years, and it still bothers him to hear about someone not paying their HOA dues. "We all pay taxes to keep the roads up," said Tjaden. "Why not pay your fair share to keep up your community?" Homeowners delinquent on their dues is a growing problem across the Valley with the number of HOA foreclosures on the rise.
Before Arizona could be recognized as a leader in blockchain technology legislation there was one major challenge – helping lawmakers “get your head around” exactly what the technology is.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich issued the following statement on the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ("DACA") program:
If you don't have plans yet for Labor Day weekend, there's still time to let us take you on an adventure. Arizona State Parks can check fun weekend escapes off your end of summer activity list! Cabins and campsites are still available!
Opening a new customer service location usually means cutting a ribbon at the door, but that can’t happen at the newest Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division offices because they’re located entirely in cyberspace.
As part of Arizona State Parks and Trails' mission to preserve and protect Arizona's natural resources, Kartchner Caverns State Park has been given the distinction of becoming an International Dark Sky Park, designated by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA).
Attorney General Mark Brnovich today filed an Arizona Consumer Fraud lawsuit against opioid manufacturer Insys Therapeutics Inc., which is based in Chandler. The lawsuit alleges that Insys engaged in a fraudulent marketing scheme designed to increase the sales of Subsys, a highly addictive opioid prescription drug that contains fentanyl.
Next week’s solar eclipse has likely been the topic of discussion at your child’s school and your office, but the most important thing to know about the phenomenon is how to view it in the safest possible way.
More and more parents are giving their children a smartphone at a younger age. But some child advocates worry that letting an 8- or 9-year-old kid have a phone before they're ready could create some serious problems. Kelly Yunis, of Phoenix, has no problem letting her 10-year-old daughter Samantha borrow her phone.
Since the Arizona Department of Transportation began using facial recognition technology and training in 2015 to protect Arizonans from identity theft, detectives have brought more than 100 cases to court.
While the most popular bill in San Tan Valley, HB2088 aka the San Tan Valley Right to Vote bill, becomes law this week, there are hundreds more becoming law in Arizona.  Here is  a list of some of the other most notable bills recently signed by Gov. Doug Ducey.
Arizona’s specialty license plates come in many different colors, but one color they have in common is green – as in dollars.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today his office obtained a consent judgment against Mandatory Poster Agency, Inc. and its owners, for sending government “Annual Minutes” lookalike mailers. The judgment resolves a 2015 consumer fraud lawsuit filed against the business. Mandatory Poster also agreed to pay $175,500 in restitution to Arizona businesses who responded to the 2013 “Annual Minutes Requirement Statement” solicitation.
Arizona’s new statewide virtual legal resource center, which launched in January 2017, received top honors last week by the National Association for Court Management (NACM).
he Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division has released the updated Arizona Driver License Manual on the ADOT website. In addition to providing basic information essential to safe driving, the newest version of the manual also includes language to educate motorists on handling law enforcement traffic stops.
The trial for a former Arizona utility regulator accused of accepting payments from a water company owner in exchange for a boost in rates will likely be delayed.
Oil is one of the most crucial components of your car and when it breaks down in our heat, it's not good on your engine.
Secretary of State Michele Reagan has rejected a request for voter registration data from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity officially received on July 3, 2017.
The alleged bribery scheme involving a former state utility regulator and three others emerged from "larger and more intensive" FBI investigation that federal prosecutors are trying to keep quiet.
The Arizona Department of Health Services said Monday that emergency responders reported nearly 200 possible opioid overdoses in a single week, 15 of which turned fatal.
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