Guest host Noel Campbell interviews Matt Salmon about his stands on issues such as the border crisis, Title 42, water, and election integrity.
April 30, 2022
Just last week, Prescott City Council approved a new water policy, one that is designed to help us properly manage this precious resource. For many years, the City has offered programs to encourage our citizens to conserve water at home. The City offers a series of rebates for homeowners who upgrade their appliances and fixtures
Signing Follows Meeting With Sheriffs, Border Security Leaders Governor Doug Ducey signed critical legislation cracking down on human smuggling organizations, another significant step to fill the void in leadership left by the federal government’s failure to secure the border. This afternoon’s signing followed a meeting with Arizona sheriffs and builds on last week’s announcement by Governor Ducey and
Tight inventories push diesel to record highs, widest gap to gas prices ever Diesel prices today (4/29) reached a new average all-time high of $5.16 per gallon, surpassing the previous record of $5.15 per gallon set on March 10, according to GasBuddy, the leading fuel savings platform providing North American drivers with the most ways
Kayla Jean Mueller’s parents told a federal judge Friday that “there’s not a day, barely an hour” when they don’t think of their daughter, who was kidnapped in Syria and held hostage by ISIS for 18 months before being killed in 2015. Carl and Marsha Mueller of Prescott were among the dozens of survivors who
In January news broke that the computer chip shortages cost the U.S. economy $240 billion in 2021. The shortage heavily affected the auto industry, costing manufacturers $210 billion in revenue as cars sat in lots waiting for chips to be installed. Beyond vehicles, semiconductors are a vital piece of the economy, being used in everything from computers,