ADOT to Launch Safety Project Next Year in Black Canyon City Region
‘Quick Clearance’ Keeps Motorists, Emergency Responders Safe, Traffic Moving
Department of Housing and Urban Development Data of Each State's Homeless Population Showed Declines Across the U.S., In Arizona
Governor Ducey, ADOT Urge Drivers to “Know Snow” Before Trips
In Yavapai County, there are 6000 write-in ballots for this year’s Presidential election, and those are still being processed and counted.
Immigration Attorneys Say They Are Not Sure Exactly What Will Happen to Immigrants in the U.S. Under a Trump Administration, but That They Are Trying to Encourage Anxious Clients Against Any Rash Actions
Rodney Jarrell, Military Supporter, Pays Tribute to the Armed Forces With His Plane That Has an Artisitc Paint Job
Prop 206 Passes in Arizona