Maricopa County

Water

Officials grill water utility over response to earlier Luke AFB spill

The Arizona Corporation Commission grilled a West Valley water company Wednesday, asking why it did not respond more aggressively after chemical agents were discovered in water from its wells five years ago. Commissioner Anna Tovar at one point during the hearing asked an official of Valley Utilities Water Co., “Do you care for your customers?”

COVID-19

Vaccinating the homeless: Some have received doses, others await their turn

Clayton Foster was living out of his car when he contracted COVID-19. The 67-year-old knew he faced higher risks of death or severe outcomes during the pandemic because of his chronic heart and bladder conditions, but for Foster and thousands of other homeless people across the Southwest, it’s been hard to protect against the virus.

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Update on Maricopa County Voting Machine Audit

Lyle Rapacki interviews Arizona Senator Sonny Borrelli about what has been happening between the Arizona Senate and the Maricopa Board of Supervisors over the audit of the voting machines and ballots.

COVID-19

Arizona Receiving 383,000+ Vaccine Doses By End Of December

The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and its Vaccine Task Force have worked around the clock to ensure an effective and efficient distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine once it’s approved and distributed to states. Arizona is expected to receive 383,750 COVID-19 vaccine doses by the end of December 2020. ADHS placed the order for

Legal Beat

Amistad Project Files Election Litigation Challenging 300,000+ Ballots in Arizona

The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society filed a motion Wednesday night in Maricopa County Superior Court contesting the results of the 2020 presidential election, citing expert data analysis indicating that hundreds of thousands of potentially illegal votes were counted, while over 100,000 legal ballots were not counted. The data, compiled and analyzed over

COVID-19

1 in 10 Maricopa County residents have likely had COVID-19, new study finds

The number of COVID-19 infections in Arizona’s most populous county probably is far higher than what official counts show, according to a survey that found 1 in 10 residents have likely had the novel coronavirus that causes the disease. As health experts worry about a new spike in infections, a study by the Maricopa County

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