Monthly Archives: December 2020

APS to Offer Aid to Customers Amidst Pandemic

by on December 30, 2020 0
APS has announced they will offer more to aid for customers struggling during the pandemic. The energy company says they will offer more time to pay bills, waive late fees, additional bill credit and more in 2021. “Our pandemic bill relief programs have assisted more than 65,000 customers in 2020 to help those impacted... Read More

Arizona DEA Cautions Potent Form of Fentanyl

by on December 30, 2020 0
The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Arizona is warning about an “extremely dangerous” form of fentanyl that has been found in suspected overdose deaths in the state. It’s called para-fluorofentanyl, or pFF. “This is more potent and more potentially fatal,” Arizona DEA Special Agent Cheri Oz said. She added it also is... Read More

Where to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

by on December 28, 2020 0
Christmas 2020 is over and that means many Arizona residents will be looking for a way to dispose of their Christmas tree. Most of the state’s recycle locations say they will only accept live trees and wreaths, no plastic trees or wreaths. All About Arizona News has compiled a list of details below that... Read More

Anti-Fog Mask Design by ASU Students Wins International Competition

by on December 28, 2020 0
A student team from Arizona State University beat out innovators from more than 70 countries to win a portion of a million-dollar prize for designing an anti-fog face mask. The XPRIZE Next-Gen Mask Challenge gathered nearly 1,000 entries from young people working to create “more comfortable, functional and affordable” masks during the coronavirus pandemic.... Read More

Scottsdale Man Charged for Fraudulent Face Mask Scheme

by on December 23, 2020 0
A Scottsdale man was charged with wire fraud and money laundering in connection to an alleged scheme to defraud others by falsely claiming to be a distributor of respirator face masks, according to the United States Attorney’s Office. Dale Hipes, 39, allegedly said he could procure 3M masks for the state of Texas during... Read More