Voter Fraud To Be Investigated By Four Arizona Attorney General Hires

by on June 10, 2019 0

Amid accusations of widespread malfeasance in elections leveled without evidence by President Donald Trump and other Republicans, the Arizona attorney general is hiring four people dedicated to investigating alleged voter fraud. According to his spokesman, Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich isn’t setting out to find support for those claims. Instead, the goal is to...

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Will Hemp Become Arizona’s Biggest Crop?

by on June 10, 2019 0

The green light has been given for hemp to be planted in Arizona. Just as the oil that comes from the plant— CBD oil — is becoming extremely popular due to its health benefits, Arizona farmers are looking to cash in on the crop. Supporters are even saying it may overtake cotton as the...

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Secure Your Load: Road Debris Is An Emergency

by on June 10, 2019 0

If you see road debris, call 911; that is the official message from state officials. The Arizona Department of Transportation, the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, and the Maricopa Association of Governments, are working to educate the public with the third-annual ‘Secure Your Load’ day. Arizona state officials...

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Survey Ranks Arizona Economy At No. 11 Nationally

by on June 6, 2019 0

In a recent study, Arizona’s overall economy received a No. 11 rank nationally after high GDP growth and increase in nonfarm payrolls. Arizona ranked fourth nationally in both GDP growth and nonfarm payrolls, two of the many indicators the survey by WallerHub.com took into consideration. “We looked at around 30 different indicators of economic...

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ADOT’s Work On Northern Arizona Highways Heats Up

by on June 4, 2019 0

Along with the temperature, things are heating up for the Arizona Department of Transportation by increasing progress on roadwork projects in the high country. “Summer is the best time to do work on northern Arizona highways because the overnight temperatures need to be high enough for new pavement to cure properly,” said Audra Merrick,...

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New Specialty Arizona License Plate Options

by on June 4, 2019 0

While 60 specialty license plates is enough to choose from, Arizona residents may be getting more options. Several bills were approved by state lawmakers to create seven new specialty license plates. “The nice thing about having so many specialty plates, of course, is that there are a real diverse number of charitable organizations that...

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Self-Driving Semitrucks Being Tested on Arizona Highways

by on May 31, 2019 0

Last week, Waymo announced that it is resuming freight truck testing in the Phoenix area. During the trials, two trained drivers will accompany each semitruck. The automated trucks use the same sensor technology as the company’s SUVs and minivans. However, it’s configured to fit the vehicle’s size. During the trials, some of the trucks...

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Over $11K Left Behind At Sky Harbor Checkpoints In 2018

by on May 31, 2019 0

The next time you empty your pockets at a security checkpoint, make sure you don’t forget to check the security bins carefully. Last year, visitors to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport left behind more than $11,000 worth of cash, mostly loose coins, according to the Transportation Security Administration. Out of the roughly $1 million...

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