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PCSO Deputy Ed Muszala received a lifesaving award this morning for his heroic efforts last month in saving a man who was under attack from a swarm of angry bees. Congratulations Ed for going beyond the call of duty. 
Do you have boxes of old photos that are sitting the closet gathering dust and beginning to fade away?
State Senator Barbara McGuire, D-Legislative District 8, announced today that she is opening a committee to explore running for Congressional District 1.
All interested citizens are invited to attend the public hearing on the tax increase that is scheduled to be held at 9:30 AM on June 24, 2015, in the Pinal County Board of Supervisors' Hearing Room located at Pinal County Administrative Complex, 135 North Pinal Street, Florence, Arizona.
Recorder Virginia Ross is announcing several changes to the Pinal County Early Voting ballot materials. Voters will be mailed a yellow outer envelope containing their ballot package.
Maricopa High School was on lockdown Wednesday morning due to a reported bomb threat. Students were evacuated to a safe location on campus while police officers searched through all the buildings on the campus, looking for suspicious packages.
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors played host to the unveiling and ribbon cutting ceremony of a Mobile Veteran Outreach Center at the Historical Courthouse on Saturday, September 19.
Pinal County Animal Care and Control will ring in World Rabies Day on Monday, September 28, with free rabies vaccination or other vaccination with the purchase of a license.
At this time, after a thorough charging review by the Pinal County Attorney’s Office, County Attorney Lando Voyles finds insufficient evidence to bring a criminal charge of child abuse against the Casa Grande parents who left their child in a vehicle this summer.
Police have released a sketch of the suspect who assaulted a female jogger in Maricopa Tuesday morning. Police said the suspect attacked the jogger from behind and forced her to the ground near Alterra Parkway and Bowlin Road at about 6 a.m.
Prayer before council meetings could be allowed in the southern Arizona city of Coolidge, but only if the prayer is Christian.
Chair Kevin Louis is set to call to order the first of three public meetings of the Transportation Advisory Committee.
Your Pinal County property tax bill is in the mail, and with it-some major changes.
The Pinal County Public Health Services District announced on Tuesday that the county has seen its first locally acquired human West Nile virus (WNV) case of 2015. A male from Maricopa has been confirmed with the infection and is currently receiving medical care while recovering.
The Pinal County Supervisors joined county officials from across the state at the Eleventh Annual Legislative Summit of the County Supervisors Association (CSA), October 13-15, 2015, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. At the event, local leaders established a county policy agenda for the 2016 state legislative session.
The Pinal County Animal Care and Control shelter will be closed from Thursday, November 26 to November 29. The shelter will reopen on Monday, November 30.
Donna McBride has been appointed by Arizona Governor Douglas A. Ducey to the Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism. The commission's mission is to provide Arizona communities opportunities to be strengthened through service and volunteerism. McBride signed her Oath of Office in late August and will be representing Pinal County.
The Pinal County Attorney’s Office and Pinal County Sheriff’s Office request a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union. The lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of Arizona’s Civil Asset Forfeiture laws.
Bringing the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court (COSC) into the 21st Century is an unwavering goal of Clerk Amanda Stanford. “Smartphones are here to stay,” said Clerk Stanford, “and we need to understand that our customers no longer want to find a computer to get information from my office.” Indeed, Clerk Stanford is committed to the concept of the elimination of ‘office hours’ as we know it for most COSC customer needs.
At approximately 12:30 a.m., Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a home in the 5000 block of North Toltec Buttes Road, near Casa Grande. PCSO received a 911 call from an adult female at the residence reporting an armed 16-year-old male was outside the house threatening to shoot her boyfriend. Deputies arrived on-scene and located the suspect near the house.

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