Aerial image of road construction. (Photo: Charles_Black/File Photo)
Arizona

ADOT: No Highway Closures Scheduled Over Fourth of July Weekend

Travelers should remember face coverings, heed fire danger advisories No construction or maintenance closures are scheduled along state highways, including Phoenix-area freeways, over the Independence Day weekend, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. No matter the destination, those with plans to travel during the current health situation should bring face coverings, be prepared to Read more

Governor Doug Ducey was surrounded families and tribal leaders as he signed H.B. 2570. (Photo: State of AZ)
Arizona

GOVERNOR DUCEY SIGNS BILL TAKING ACTION FOR MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS

Governor Doug Ducey was surrounded families and tribal leaders as he signed H.B. 2570. (Photo: State of AZ) PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today joined families, tribal leaders, members of law enforcement, elected officials and more to sign H.B. 2570, legislation establishing a 21-member Study Committee on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The new Read more

Arizona

Homeland Security Investigations Participates in Child Exploitation Sting

TUCSON, Ariz., – In May, the Tucson Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children Unit invited several local, state, and federal agencies to participate in a multi-agency operation targeting sexual predators that prey on the children of our community. Twelve agencies participated in the operation, including Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), Tucson Police Department (TPD), Oro Valley Read more

Echoes from the Canyon (Photo: NPS)
Arizona

“Echoes from the Canyon”, Returns for its Eighth Season

Echoes from the Canyon (Photo: NPS) Grand Canyon, AZ – Grand Canyon National Park invites the public to the eighth annual “Echoes from the Canyon”.  This living history event features daytime and evening programs August 16-19. During the day, visitors are encouraged to stop by a variety of programs highlighting Grand Canyon’s rich human history.  August Read more