ARIZONA CITY — An Arizona City man is facing charges after allegedly bringing a gun into a sheriff’s substation when he wasn’t supposed to.
ARIZONA CITY — The housing market in Arizona has seen a big boom recently, and with the opportunity there, Arizona City has found a way to get in on the action.
CASA GRANDE — In a short time frame, Pinal county has seen major progress on key roadways thanks to the passing of the bipartisan infrastructure bill in Congress and some key announcements on the proposed Interstate 11 route.
CASA GRANDE — Local racing enthusiasts may be getting an early Christmas present out in the middle of the desert south of Casa Grande.
NEW YORK — Former President Donald Trump is endorsing Rep. Paul Gosar, one day after the Arizona Republican was censured by the House of Representatives for posting a violent cartoon video that depicted a character with his face killing one with New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's.
FLORENCE — Four solar energy farms outside of Florence, Eloy and Arizona City were approved with major amendments to the Pinal County Comprehensive Plan by the Board of Supervisors Wednesday.
ARIZONA CITY — The Arizona City Fire District and Association continues to give back to the community as much as possible through these difficult and challenging times. This year, the Arizona City Fire District and Association’s Holiday Season will kick off with the annual “Santa-Fly-In” and…
PHOENIX — After more than five years of study, authorities have selected the preferred route for the proposed Interstate 11 that would take the future freeway near Hidden Valley southwest of Maricopa and south of Casa Grande.
FLORENCE — After its Nov. 3 meeting became bogged down in confusion over rules, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors is considering an expanded set of those for conducting meetings.
CASA GRANDE — The new state lawmaker representing Legislative District 11 is a longtime resident of Casa Grande and has lived most of her life within the region, including Arizona City.
ELOY — A Tucson man is facing charges after allegedly directing another person to take the wheel while fleeing from state troopers.
CASA GRANDE — Three area fire departments are warning their residents of a text messaging scam that is allegedly selling T-shirts in support of the departments.
COOLIDGE — Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology has moved one step closer to begin constructing a building for welding, construction and heavy equipment operations for students.
ARIZONA CITY — A U.S. Bureau of Land Management ranger was allegedly kicked in the face by a man in the country illegally.
FLORENCE — Pinal County Economic Development Director Tim Kanavel, who died on Feb. 9, has been honored by the Arizona Association of Economic Development with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
FLORENCE — Two months after they voted to reject it, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors will reconsider on Nov. 3 accepting a $3.3 million federal grant to bring COVID vaccines to underserved populations.
ARIZONA CITY — The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a black sedan that was reported stolen was pulled from a canal at Sommerfield and Lamb roads in Arizona City on Monday.
FLORENCE – Neal Carter was appointed to fill the remainder of the late Frank Pratt’s term as state representative in District 8, and Teresa Martinez was appointed state representative in District 11 to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Bret Roberts.
PHOENIX — Seeking to force the issue, a Southern Arizona lawmaker wants Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate whether parts of a new Tucson policy requiring workers to be vaccinated violates state law.
FLORENCE — Ideas for improving Pinal County’s water supply were shared by candidates Wednesday hoping to fill a vacancy for the state House in Legislative District 11.
CHANDLER — Pinal County newspapers that are part of Kramer Publications won 15 awards in the annual advertising contest of the Arizona Newspapers Association, including first place in the overall General Excellence category for the Maricopa Monitor.
FLORENCE — To help keep up with builders’ needs in the housing boom, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved three new positions in the Assessor’s Office.
CASA GRANDE — The latest maps drafted by the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission include major changes for Pinal County and represent a shift from earlier maps to try and avoid splitting up municipalities.
ARIZONA CITY — An Arizona City man is facing charges after he was arrested at least three times for refusing to follow a court order instructing him to stay away from a woman’s home.
FLORENCE — Pinal County is now providing pending parcel numbers to help builders work as quickly as possible, and the Board of Supervisors will consider additional employees for the Assessor’s Office on Oct. 6.
FLORENCE — The Pinal County Board of Supervisors discussed the prospect of forming an ethics committee Wednesday but took no action.
FLORENCE — A $3.3 million grant to “improve vaccine equity” in communities at increased risk of COVID-19, which the Pinal County Board of Supervisors rejected a month ago, will come back for a closer look.
PHOENIX -- The long-awaited results of the Arizona Senate’s “audit” of the 2020 election in Maricopa County unequivocally concluded there was no evidence of fraud, but that didn’t stop leading Arizona Republicans from claiming that the election review was the smoking gun needed to prove the …
PHOENIX -- A state lawmaker representing part of Pinal County has called on the state to decertify the 2020 election ahead of the release of an 'audit' of Maricopa County votes.
CASA GRANDE — More than 42 motorcycles and riders took part in the Casa Grande Valley Elks Riders’ First Responder Poker Run on Saturday.
ARIZONA CITY — Three main road widening and flood improvement projects are planned for the Arizona City area in the near future, a county official said.
FLORENCE — As many as 80,000 people within Pinal County, more than the populations of Casa Grande or Maricopa, could have been left out of the latest census results released earlier this summer, according to analysis by county officials.
CASA GRANDE — Underclassmen at Casa Grande Union and Vista Grande struggled with the transition to high school last year, according to a report by the schools’ principals.
CASA GRANDE — The Pinal County Attorney’s Office will not be filing criminal charges against three Casa Grande Police officers who were involved in the October 2020 shooting death of an Arizona City man, and an investigation found the use of deadly force was justified.
FLORENCE -- Pinal County Public Health Services District Environmental Health Division will conduct mosquito fogging in two areas of Pinal County starting Wednesday and running through Friday from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each day.
PHOENIX — Newly released documents show that the Arizona “audit” has spent more than $400,000 to hire off-duty police officers to provide security for the ballot review that concluded last month at the state fairgrounds.
CASA GRANDE — Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies and Casa Grande Police officers are still seeking at least two men in two armed robbery cases that may be related.
ARIZONA CITY – The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying the owners of a vehicle that was involved in an armed robbery in Arizona City on Aug. 24.
PHOENIX — A Yuma Democratic lawmaker is asking a judge to toss a defamation lawsuit filed against her by two Republican legislators and a member of Congress.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Transportation has selected a final 55-mile North-South Corridor through Pinal County.
FLORENCE — Although a national news website called Pinal the state’s COVID “hot spot,” the county public health director disagreed with that conclusion and said local trends are more encouraging.
ARIZONA CITY -- TumbleBeans in Arizona City is a new coffee shop located in the old Tumbleweed Market at 13640 S. Sunland Gin Road. The shop just recently had its grand opening and is quickly becoming a hit for the Arizona City community.
CASA GRANDE — The future of Pinal County will include less water but more people, according to speakers at the most recent Pinal Partnership breakfast.