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Winter-like Storm Approaches Arizona with Breezy Conditions, Rain, and Snow
• A winter-like storm is approaching Arizona, bringing breezy conditions, light rain, and some mountain snow. • Two rounds of moisture are expected, with rain totals between 0.10" and 0.25" for most southern Arizona locations.
Eliminating Property Tax in Arizona: A Closer Look at the Proposed Changes
In the state of Arizona, a significant legislative proposal has emerged that could potentially reshape the landscape of property taxation. The proposal, encapsulated in House Bill 2315, has been a topic of considerable discussion and debate.
Kari Lake loses suit to see ballot envelopes in 3rd trial tied to Arizona election defeat
PHOENIX (AP) — A judge has rejected Kari Lake’s request to examine signed ballot envelopes of 1.3 million early voters, giving the defeated Arizona Republican candidate for governor another loss in her third trial related to last year’s election. In an order filed Thursday, Maricopa County Superior...
Arizona Initiates Child-Related Payments to Taxpayers: Clarifying Notions on ‘Stimulus’
The Arizona Department of Revenue has distributed numerous checks and direct bank deposits resulting from a rebate initiated by the conservative Arizona Freedom Caucus. Contrary to some claims, it is not classified as “stimulus” money, nor is it an extension of federal pandemic stimulus checks. Additionally, Democratic Gov....
Lori Vallow Daybell Makes Initial Arizona Court Appearance
Lori Vallow Daybell, who is already serving multiple life sentences in Idaho, made her initial court appearance in Arizona today after being extradited there on charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder. (11/30/23) Fore more crime and trial news coverage, visit Court TV
Arizona man charged after fatal crash in Utah nearly 4 years ago
MOAB — An arrest warrant has been issued for an Arizona man accused of causing a fatal crash about four years ago near the Utah-Colorado border. Brennan Kinlachleeny, 32, of Kayenta, Arizona, was charged Thursday in Utah’s 7th District Court with automobile homicide, a second-degree felony; and DUI, a class B misdemeanor.
First Alert declared for Friday: Next storm headed to Arizona
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Snow is falling Thursday morning in the Arizona High Country from our first round of winter weather moving through. The Valley stayed dry, but will be cooler today with cloud cover and a high of just 67 degrees. Our rain chances increase Thursday night and Friday is a First Alert Weather Day across Arizona.
First snowstorm of season in northern Arizona to bring cold, windy conditions
Coconino County officials say crews are ready for the first snowstorm to hit northern Arizona this season. They say plow drivers and other personnel will work to keep county roads open and passable during the storm predicted to last through Saturday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather...
Amkor Will Create 2,000 New Jobs In Arizona
Semiconductor packaging and test services provider Amkor Technology, Inc. plans to build an advanced packaging and test facility in Peoria, Arizona. When the project is complete, Amkor expects to invest approximately $2 billion and employ approximately 2,000 people at the new facility. Amkor is the only U.S.-headquartered OSAT (outsourced semiconductor...
Vision Solar's License Suspended Amidst Lawsuit by Arizona Attorney General
Discover the latest developments in the ongoing saga of Vision Solar, a company accused of misleading customers and making illegal telemarketing calls. Learn about the recent suspension of their license, the hefty fines imposed, and the impact on affected customers in Arizona.
Officer and Suspect Fatally Shot in Southwest Colorado Police Encounter
• A shooting in Montezuma County, Colorado, resulted in the deaths of a police officer and a suspect. The incident began when an officer from the Cortez Police Department attempted to stop a vehicle.
Exploring the Most Dangerous Areas in Arizona: A Comprehensive Guide
Discover the most dangerous places in Arizona in this revealing video. From South Central Phoenix's homeless encampments to South Tucson's volatile areas, get an insider's view of where to tread carefully. Learn about unexpected crime rates in smaller towns and the reasons behind them.
Arizona company to pay $285,000 for illegal robocalls
(The Center Square) – Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes is dialing in on telemarketers. The attorney general settled a lawsuit with Old Town AC, LLC, for $285,000. The company allegedly made illegal telemarketing calls to people who were on the National Do Not Call Registry from 2016 to 2019 to promote their home improvement services, which allegedly resulted in "thousands of unlawful telephone solicitations," according to the news release. ...
Two Arizona Republican officials in rural border county criminally charged with delaying 2022 election results
Arizona's attorney general announced an indictment against two officials charged with delaying the canvass of votes cast during the 2022 election.
First Fully-Lit 18-Hole Golf Course Opens in Arizona, Allowing Night Play
Experience golf like never before at Arizona's first fully-lit 18-hole golf course, Grass Clippings Rolling Hills. Now, enjoy a full round of par three golf under the stars, expanding your play hours. Perfect your swing, day or night, under the desert sky.
Video: How much housing is being built to deal with the increase of people moving to Arizona?
As more people decide to move to Arizona from California, Washington and Texas, the creation of housing continues to increase. Jim Sharpe considers what happens to the inflow and outflow of people moving in and around the 48th state in Thursday’s Sharper Point.
Snowfall Hits Flagstaff and Northern Arizona with More Expected
• Flagstaff and northern Arizona experienced snowfall on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. • Freezing temperatures were expected to continue. • Snow was seen along Interstate 17 and Interstate 40, causing slow traffic and slick road conditions.
Arizona's Largest Walk-Thru Light Show: Lights at the Farm
🎉🎉 Get ready, Arizona! The dazzling spectacle of "Lights at the Farm" is fast approaching! Mark your calendars for Dec 01 and prepare to be amazed by the state's largest walk-thru synchronized light show. 🎄🎄
Alex Nelson to Leave Arizona Commission on the Arts
The Arizona Commission on the Arts announced today that after 15 years with the agency, Deputy Director Alexandra Nelson will leave to work as a strategist with Welcome Strategies, a Phoenix-based collaborative consulting practice, and as an independent consultant specializing in operations, programs, and equitable funding practices in the education, nonprofit, government, and philanthropic sectors. Her last day with the Arts Commission will be December 15, 2023.
Could this be the start of a wet winter in Arizona?
Winter officially starts in less than a month and we’ve got snow in the forecast this week. With an El Niño pattern, could this be the start of a wet winter? We’re officially under what is described as a “strong” El Niño.