March 17, 2021

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Today: Arizona’s Forensic Audit Update

Dr. Rapacki updates viewers on the status of Arizona State Senate’s audit of Maricopa County ballots. An “outside” forensic audit team is being retained, and procedures are being established to ensure the accuracy and transparency of the recount.

Legal Beat

Drug Lab Operation Busted After PANT Detectives Arrest Prescott Man

On March 12, 2021, The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office’s Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (P.A.N.T) arrested 52-year-old James Flint of Prescott and dismantled his massive methamphetamine operation. He has since been released on a $25,000 bond. A tip launched a three-week investigation into Flint and revealed he was having large amounts of chemical supplies and equipment

Prescribed Burns

Prescription Burn Planned

The Prescott Fire Department has approved a commercial burn permit in the general vicinity of the 500 block of Lodge Trail within the Hassayampa sub-division. Arrow Fire and Land Management is intending to burn slash piles tomorrow, March 17th and Thursday March 18th provided it is an approved “burn day” as determined by local conditions

Economy

Opinion: Congress Should Avoid Spending-Induced Inflation

As the country emerges from the lingering pandemic, the U.S. economy is rebounding and revved-up for a 2021 boom. Texas and Mississippi are among states to recently lift business restrictions broadly—a trend others will likely follow in the weeks and months ahead. Unshackling businesses and giving consumers the thumbs-up to resume usual commerce will unleash

State

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Warns Against Economic Stimulus Scams

Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning consumers about a reported increase in the amount of stimulus check email and text scams. With the third round of economic stimulus checks on the way to many Arizonans, the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has seen an uptick in consumer complaints involving unsolicited text messages from scammers pretending to be from

Technology

BREAKING: 69% of AZ Voters Support App Fairness Bill HB 2005

Data Orbital is pleased to announce the results of its latest statewide, live-caller survey of registered voters. The survey was conducted from March 11th to 12th. The survey focused on voters’ views of Big Tech and sought to gauge their desire for increased regulation and support for or opposition to HB 2005. Concerns over Big

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