The United States Treasury Department has levied sanctions against eight drug-cartel bosses who
operate south of the Arizona
border. The action means U.S. citizens who do any
kind of business with them can face serious charges.
A 14-year veteran of the Department of Public Safety was killed Monday night when his patrol car was hit by a tanker truck in southwestern Arizona. The crash took place as three DPS officers were investigating an injury collision in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 8, about 40 miles east of Yuma.
something you don't hear everyday. Nestle is recalling some pizzas.
The company is recalling all of its frozen pizzas that have spinach on
them. David McAtee of the Yavapai County
Health Department says that's because clear fragments of foreign material with sharp edges have been found in
officials in Maricopa County are testing some students at Scottsdale's
Desert Mountain High School
for tuberculosis after one student tested positive for TB. Spokeswoman Jeanene
Fowler says they want to determine if anyone who had a class with that student has been infected.
report shows some slight weakening in tribal
gaming revenues. The latest figures show state revenue sharing in the
first three months of this year was just under $24.1 million. That's the first
year-over-year decline in the
numbers in 10 consecutive quarters.
than 35 years, police have arrested a man suspected of killing a woman in
Tucson. Tucson police have charged 66-year-old Bruce McCullough with
first-degree murder. He is accused in the March 1976 death of 20-year-old Donna
year, hundreds of young adults age out of Arizona’s foster care system. It is a
big transition that comes with very little support, but there is new
legislation intended to lighten the load, though it may only help a little.
The California Supreme Court has ruled that cities and counties in that
state can ban medical marijuana dispensaries.In a unanimous opinion, the court determined that California’s medical marijuana laws—the
nation’s first—don’t prevent local governments from using their land-use powers
to zone dispensaries out of existence.
The Arizona U.S. Attorney’s office said a man suspected of starting a series of wildfires in northern Arizona over the weekend has been arrested. All of the fires were located near Marshall Lake south of Flagstaff.
Forest officials are
expanding their fleet of tankers to help fight wildfires. The
U.S. Forest Service announced Monday it will add seven planes that can fly faster
and drop more fire retardant than its current fleet.
400-pound marathoner has done it again.
Kelly Gneiting completed his third marathon on Saturday. (Photo by Stina Sieg - KJZZ)
Kelly Gneiting, a heavyweight sumo wrestling
champion, ran the Shiprock Marathon on Saturday.
While spectacular wildfires devastate sections of
forest land in Arizona
every year, Forest Service officials say many wildfires are small, and stay that way because of the
inter-agency fire team. Bill Van Brugen of the Forest Service in Albuquerque says proactive
efforts are paying off.
Congress returns to D.C. Monday after a week-long recess. For Republican Senator Jeff Flake going back to Washington may come as a relief.
Caren Teves, whose son died at the Aurora, Colo., movie theater shootings last year, outside Sen.
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Some people in Arizona who cross the state line to work in Nevada may be required to pay a “commuter tax.” Supporters of the proposed fees say they would create revenues for Nevada road maintenance and construction.
than four months, the Jodi Arias Trial has finally gone to the jury. It’s been
a long haul – and not just for the lawyers and media. Since Jan. 2, spectators
have been lining up inside the Maricopa County Superior Court to watch the
Three years ago, Arizona voters approved Proposition 100,
which raised the state sales tax by a penny on the dollar for three years. Most
of the money has been set aside for education, with the rest going to health
and public safety.
The federal government is telling hundreds of counties across the country it wants some money back. The U.S. Forest Service says it has to cut its budget by five percent because of sequestration, and that could mean several counties in Arizona could lose hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has been awarded a grant to help repair damage on U.S. 89, south of Page. The U.S. Department of Transportation has approved $35 million in emergency relief for repairs to the roadway, which collapsed in February.