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Wildfire Dangers Heating up

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Wildfires can ruin homes and cause injuries or death to people and animals. A wildfire is an unplanned fire that burns in a natural area such as a for

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Check Your Pool Gate

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Drowning is the leading cause of death in children aged 1 – 4 years and the majority of the children that drown in swimming pools most commonly gain a

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Rural Metro Fire Provides Tips for Distracted Driving Prevention

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An Important Reminder during National Distracted Driving Awareness Month April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the caregivers at R

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Firework Safety Tips for The Holidays

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Fireworks are often used to mark special events and holidays. According to the National Fire Protection Association, the only safe way to view firewor

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Tips to Reduce Illegal Robocalls

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By now, many of us have learned to glance at our phones before picking up to see whether we recognize the caller or whether it might be spam or a scam

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House Fires Caused by Appliances

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Can you guess in which room, or your home are you most likely to experience a fire? If you said the kitchen, your right. Thousands of home fires start

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Drowning Awareness

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No one expects it to happen on a sunny Saturday during a family bar-b-q or gathering. However, this time of year is when Arizona sees a tragic increas

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West Nile Virus Positive Mosquitoes in Pinal

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During seasonal mosquito surveillance the Pinal County Public Health Services District (PCPHSD) has continued to detect West Nile Virus (WNV) positive

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Look for flood damage when buying a used car, ADOT warns

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ADOT is warning used car buyers to be aware of scammers trying to sell cars with flood damage after the monsoon. Doug Pacey, an ADOT spokesperson, say

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ADOT to drivers: Be prepared for monsoon weather dangers

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With strong monsoon storms forecast in much of Arizona this week, be ready for wet roads, potential flooding and even additional dust storms across pa

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Doctors warn of pavement burns as record heat wave scorches several states

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As a dangerous heat wave grips much of the western US, doctors say that sidewalks, roads and other surfaces can get hot enough to cause serious burns

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Safe Gates Help Save Lives – Check Your Pool Gate Month

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Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death in children aged 1 – 4 years and the majority of the children that drown in swimming pools most c

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Tips for identifying scam texts, shady websites

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Robocalls. Scammy text messages. Shady websites. When it comes to doing business with the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division,

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Plan ahead for warmer weather travel on Arizona's highway

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We've had a taste of hot weather across Arizona in recent weeks. It serves as a great reminder for drivers to prepare for highway travel under higher

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What to do if you encounter a venomous snake

rattlesnake An estimated 80% to 90% of rattlesnake bites happen when homeowners try to deal with snakes on their own -- without proper training.

Easter eggs might not be the only things hiding in your backyard. If your kids are out searching for hidden treasures or just playing in the yard, be

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How to spot odometer fraud when you’re shopping for a used car

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Every year, odometer fraud costs consumers $1 billion, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Many believe this is an old cr

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Beware of scams targeting APS customers

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It's important to stay informed of existing and new scams to protect yourself. That's why we are sharing signs of common scams and how to avoid them.

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Reminder: Leave prepared before heading north to play in snow

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A lot of snow has fallen in the high country over the last week and with more forecast, the Arizona Department of Transportation wants to remind drive

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Rural Metro Shares Some Winter Fire Safety Tips

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Rural Metro Fire encourages you to put a Freeze on winter house fires. During the months of January, February, and March residential house fires incre

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Scam alert: text message claiming to be ADOT isn’t real

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Many Arizonans have reported receiving a scam text about their driver license needing to be updated. This text did not come from the Arizona Departmen

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Wondering what's for dinner?  Forget about it! Head on out to the San Tan Valley Veteran's Center to fill your tummy and support a worthy cause!

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San Tan Leads is a one person per industry professional business leads group. Founded in 2008, the group meets every Tuesday morning from 7:30am-9am.

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