Woodbury Fire information has asked the public to contact Arizona Department of Transportation regarding State Route 88 closures, effective immediately at 8:00 a.m on Friday July 19, 2019.
I am very proud to share that Arizona’s booming economy continues to receive national recognition! Our state has once again earned the prestigious Gold Shovel Award from Area Development Magazine, which recognizes states with significant success in attracting high-value economic development …
The Woodbury is 100% contained around the perimeter edge. This does NOT mean that the fire is controlled. There is still smoke and active fire moving within the interior through pockets of fuel that have not yet burned.
Crisis Response Network confirms that 2-1-1 Arizona will continue operations, despite lack of funding by the State of Arizona and reductions in financial support from major funders.
One of the most authoritative college guides in the U.S. has placed Arizona State University in the top 10 list of “Best Buy” public universities in the nation, confirmed ASU officials today.
Have you ever found remnants of released helium-filled balloons while enjoying the Tonto National Forest?
Central West Zone Type Three Incident Management Team will be transferring command back to the Tonto National Forest July 5, 2019 at 6:00 a.m. Firefighting resources will continue to staff the Woodbury fire and patrol the containment line. For any updates of the Woodbury fire, visit the Wood…
In coordination with the beginning of his five-year term as Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice, Robert Brutinel announced the release of his five-year strategic agenda for Arizona’s courts, Justice for the Future: Planning for Excellence. A strategic agenda is an Arizona Supreme Court tradi…
Community outreach and growth are among the reasons Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Airport of the Year for 2019.
An international team of paleontologists has united to study important fossil footprints recently discovered in a remote location within Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. A large sandstone boulder contains several exceptionally well-preserved trackways of primitive tetrapods (four-footed …
On a typical day in Arizona this year, more than 3 million robocalls were made to phone numbers in the state, an increase of more than 1.4 million a day from just a year earlier.
The Gila County Sheriff's Office has announced an evacuation alert for Roosevelt and Roosevelt Lake area residents.
Hot temperatures and increased fire danger have prompted fire officials to implement fire restrictions for the Tonto National Forest beginning 8:00 am, Saturday, June 15, 2019. Most types of fire or fire-causing activities are prohibited across the entire Tonto National Forest.
A new study shows Arizona is the No. 16 state in America with a life expectancy 79.5 years old.
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Today, U.S. Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) introduced bipartisan, bicameral legislation to relieve the City of Nogales, AZ of any financial responsibility for the pipeline between the Nogales, Sonora wastewater collection system and the wastewater treatment plant in Rio Rico, Arizona. McSally…
Governor Doug Ducey proclaimed June 9-14 Monsoon Awareness Week to highlight the importance of being prepared for Arizona’s severe weather and flooding.
Governor Ducey today signed SB 1215, a bill sponsored by Senator David Livingston to pay off $190 million in state debt. The signing of this bill retires debt from a lease-purchase agreement made in the heart of the Great Recession.
Members of the Arizona Hemp Industries Association (AzHIA) celebrated June 1 as “Opening Day” for the hemp business in Arizona. Companies that have a license issued by the government may begin to grow, harvest, transport and process hemp in the Grand Canyon State. Previously hemp was regarde…
Governor Ducey on Wednesday signed SB 1161, part of a decade-long effort to best identify and use vacant classroom space in Arizona. The bill was sponsored by Senator Vince Leach, with the assistance of Senator Sonny Borrelli.
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Visit Litter.AZ.gov if you see someone littering on Arizona’s highways
Multi-agency exercise on April 17
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Motorists who qualify for a permanent disability placard no longer need to worry about the portable credential expiring.
2011 photo of bobcat on a saguaro goes viral – again
Name recently approved for local portions of US-60 after 2017 Jefferson Davis Monument controversy
More than half the State’s voters cast ballots, but Pinal County still lags at 41.8%