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State

Governor Ducey Announces $3.5 Million To Assist Arizonans, Small Businesses

Programs To Support Continued Economic Growth, Financial Recovery As State Emerges From Pandemic Governor Doug Ducey  announced $3,575,000 to support programs that help Arizonans and small businesses recover financially from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This past year has brought extraordinary challenges on Arizonans and businesses across the state, and we are committed to

Border crisis

Border apprehensions hit all-time high of 1.7 million in fiscal 2021

Apprehensions at the southwestern border hit 1.7 million in fiscal 2021, the highest in more than 60 years, despite two months of declining numbers, according to the most recent data from Customs and Border Protection. Apprehensions at the Arizona border were also up sharply, although neither the Yuma sector nor the Tucson sector of the border set

Sports betting

Casinos in Arizona See Revenue Boost Since Summer

The latest numbers from the Arizona Department of Gaming show that tribal casinos have contributed $40 million to the state during the Q1 of the fiscal year, which is a 192% contribution increase over the same time frame last year. Believe it or not, the revenue does not reflect sports betting, which finally became legal

Crime

Yavapai Silent Witness is Offering a $450 Reward in a High-Dollar Burglary Case

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding the suspect(s) involved in two large-scale thefts at the Blue Bell Mine site in Mayer. Between September 24 and September 28, 2021, an orange and black 2019 Honda SXS700 Pioneer 2 seat side by side, Spectra Survey Lasers, and Leica Survey Equipment

Parks and Monuments

Arizona projects get sizeable cut of Great American Outdoors Act funds

Arizona projects got $110 million last year and will get another $159 million in the fiscal year that started this month, or more than 9% of all funding nationally under the Great American Outdoors Act for those two years. The money, dedicated largely to national parks but also to federal lands and tribal schools, has

Border crisis

Governor Ducey Fights To Protect Arizona Communities

The Biden administration’s complete neglect of the border has led to the worst border crisis in over two decades. This is directly impacting Arizona’s communities. Already this year, border officials have seized almost 2,000 pounds of fentanyl and over 13,000 pounds of methamphetamine in Arizona’s border sectors alone. Our law enforcement officers are the best

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