Super Bowl Player Indicted on Rape and Kidding Charges

by on February 2, 2023 0

On Wednesday, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Guernsey County Sheriff Jeffrey D. Paden announced the indictment of a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. Joshua Matthew Sills, 25, was indicted by a Guernsey County Common Pleas Court grand jury on one count of rape and one count of kidnapping, both first-degree felonies. Sills is...

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ADOT is ‘Blocking’ Freeway Closures Through Super Bowl Weekend 

by on January 30, 2023 0

Phoenix-area drivers won’t be “blocked” by any scheduled closures along Valley freeways during two weeks leading up to and just after Super Bowl LVII. The Arizona Department of Transportation has announced a “goal line stand” against construction closures. While improvement project work can continue, ADOT has worked with its contractors and called a “timeout”...

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$6.4 Million in Funding to Maricopa Community Colleges Advances Careers

by on January 27, 2023 0

Maricopa County residents have another avenue to access training and employment programs – the Maricopa County Community College District. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved more than $6.4 million in funding this week to provide career development opportunities for county residents through the community college system. The funding is designed to help a...

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Governor Hobbs Unveils Executive Action Establishing Independent Prison Oversight Commission

by on January 26, 2023 0

On Wednesday, Governor Katie Hobbs announced an additional executive order as part of her First 100 Days Initiative, which outlines the first 100 actions she will take as Governor to help build an Arizona for everyone. The action establishes the Independent Prison Oversight Commission created to improve transparency and accountability of Arizona’s corrections system with the...

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NHTSA Suggest Roadway Fatalities Beginning to Level Off After Two Years of Dramatic Increases

by on January 25, 2023 0

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released its latest projections for traffic fatalities in 2022, estimating that 31,785 people died in traffic crashes in the first nine months of the year. This is a 0.2% decrease as compared to the 31,850 estimated fatalities during the same time in 2021. Americans continue to drive more...

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Governor Ducey Solidifies Partnership Between State of Arizona and Western Governors University

by on January 19, 2023 0

One of Gov. Doug Ducey’s final actions in office could give local students a chance at a higher education. Governor Doug Ducey signed a memorandum of understanding with Western Governors University (WGU), establishing WGU Arizona – a state affiliate of the national, online university – to provide greater access to higher education opportunities for Arizonans through...

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AZGFD Releases Arizona Wildlife Conservation Strategy

by on January 18, 2023 0

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has released the Arizona Wildlife Conservation Strategy (AWCS), a major update to the official State Wildlife Action Plan that will serve as the Department’s roadmap for wildlife conservation over the next decade. The 10-year strategic plan prioritizes conservation of the state’s “species of greatest conservation need,” identifies threats...

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