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If you look up into the night sky on Sunday, December 16, 2018, you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of Comet 46P/Wirtanen.
The holiday celebrations are in full swing! From the parties to the festive dinners, there is merriment all around, but getting behind the wheel after drinking is both dangerous and costly.
Beginning Dec. 1, Arizona motorists expecting vehicle registration renewals will see a new Public Safety Fee (aka tax). The fee was established by state law to support public safety and Highway Patrol operations. The fee goes into effect for registrations due in January which can be paid as early as Dec. 1, and immediately for newly registered vehicles.
When a couple of October storms dropped early snow on Arizona’s high country, the Arizona Department of Transportation and its plows were ready because the agency prepares year-round for winter weather.
Many people across Arizona, in the media, and across the United States are wondering why it takes so long to count ballots. So we wanted to take the time to explain the process.
Drivers along one of northern Pima County’s busiest roads are now benefiting from a technology that adjusts the timing of traffic signals based on how many vehicles are on the road.
An unemployed single mom of three, Iris Bost hoped to break into the male-dominated construction industry that would provide better pay than working retail.
Secretary of State Michele Reagan has announced the number of registered voters in Arizona has increased by 83,824 to more than 3.7 million active voters.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is notifying Arizona consumers to be on the lookout for the first batch of Volkswagen (VW) checks. More than 2,700 Arizonans will receive an initial payment of $964.00. This will be the first of three batches of checks mailed to potentially more than 11,000 eligible Arizona consumers.
On October 4, 2018, officials of the Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) and Arizona Boxing & Mixed Martial Arts Commission announced approval of the first State Boxing Championship Title fight since 2002.
Calling all trails enthusiasts! Please join us for the “Sharing the Trails” symposium to be held Nov. 2-4, 2018, at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, 11111 N. 7th Street in Phoenix, Arizona. This conference is being hosted by the Arizona Horse Council in conjunction with its sister non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the Arizona Horse Council Education and Research Corp., and is intended for all non-motorized and motorized trail users.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that he, along with his counterparts in the other 49 states and the District of Columbia, reached an agreement with California-based ride-sharing company Uber Technologies, Inc. (Uber) to address the company’s one-year delay in reporting a data breach to its affected drivers.
With the October 9 voter registration deadline one week away, Secretary of State Michele Reagan warned citizens who might be registering for the first time or updating their party affiliation to be wary of online sites or phone calls offering voter registration services.
Arizona veterans who find themselves in the challenging situation of being homeless now have the opportunity to get a driver license or ID card without paying a fee.
Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection and hybrid cloud solutions, currently celebrating its 15-year anniversary, announced it will increase its investment in Arizona to 20 million over the next three years through the expansion of its operations and the availability of research and development engineering positions at its office in Scottsdale.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside the Arizona Supreme Court Thursday to voice their disapproval of the court's recent ruling, that throws Prop. 207 off the November ballot.
A proposal that would have taxed "high-income earners" to help fund Arizona's education system won't be appearing on the ballot in November.
Arizona Sen. John McCain, the former prisoner of war, Republican presidential nominee, and one of the most storied politicians in the modern era died Saturday at his Cornville. at the age of 81 after battling an aggressive form of brain cancer.
“My fellow Americans, whom I have gratefully served for sixty years, and especially my fellow Arizonans,
The Federal Bureau of Investigations in Phoenix is telling parents to check their child’s smartphone as part of a back-to-school warning about cyber crimes. “Predators are going to go where children are to take advantage of them so if there's a new app that might be popular with children, predators will probably start to move to those particular apps,” said FBI special agent Martin Hellmer in Phoenix.
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