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Wildfires

Governor Ducey Announces Legislative Special Session In Response To Wildfires

Governor Doug Ducey announced an upcoming special session of the Arizona Legislature to ensure our state has the resources needed to combat this season’s wildfires and address potentially deadly after effects like flooding. Governor Ducey will be working with legislative leadership, local communities and state fire professionals on specifics with a goal of convening next

Traffic Enforcement

Tri-City Traffic Enforcement Detail

On June 3rd, 2021 the Prescott Police Department, Prescott Valley Police Department, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and Chino Valley Police Department partnered together to conduct a traffic enforcement detail in The Town of Chino Valley and surrounding area. This 4-hour detail resulted in 54 traffic stops, 12 speed citations, 1 misdemeanor speed citation, 9 seat

Local

Desert Financial Fiesta Bowl Kindness Arizona Tour Assists Yavapai College Students through Daniel’s Ride

The Desert Financial Kindness Arizona Tour went the extra mile to assist struggling Yavapai College students on Wednesday, with a landmark $5,000 gift to YC’s Daniel’s Ride fundraiser. “The pandemic has been very hard on students, especially non-traditional students.” Desert Financial Credit Union’s Assistant Vice President Emma Garcia explained. “We admire Daniel’s initiative to help

Opinion

Opinion: The Government Didn’t Create the COVID-19 Vaccines

President Joe Biden recently toured a Pfizer plant in Kalamazoo, Mich., where workers are churning out millions of lifesaving COVID-19 vaccine doses. During his remarks, he mentioned that in mid-February he had “toured the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Health . . . [where] I met world-class doctors, scientists, and researchers who

Marijuana

Recreational marijuana sales race ahead, but industry equity falls behind

Sales of recreational marijuana are surging at Arizona retailers that, after selling medical marijuana for nearly a decade, now accommodate a crop of new customers the state estimates could push revenue to $1 billion in two years. Dispensaries in the state started recreational sales Jan. 22, after Arizona became one of four states to legalize recreational

State

State Announces Additional $8.2 Million To Further Serve Arizonans Facing Homelessness

Funding Follows First Phase Of Nearly $5 Million To 40 Organizations Statewide Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) announced the distribution of an additional $8.2 million to provide Arizonans facing homelessness with critical services. “We want to ensure struggling families and those facing homelessness have access to the support and resources

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