Arizona-based staffing company joins ICE's 'IMAGE' program

Washington, DC - A large Phoenix-area staffing company with offices in six states has partnered with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in a nationwide program designed to strengthen hiring practices and combat the unlawful employment of unauthorized workers.


Wells Fargo Arizona collects over 19 tons of food in annual drive

Phoenix, Arizona - Wells Fargo Arizona’s team members collected 39,328 pounds of food during the company’s statewide food drive that took place June 10-24.  The amount of food collected was equivalent to providing 66,124 meals and benefitted Association of Arizona Food Banks members throughout the state at a time when the need is so great.


AZGFD responds to Mexican wolf editorial

Phoenix, Arizona - On August 4, 2014, the Arizona Republic ran an editorial entitled, “What are wolves supposed to do? Order a pizza?” which inaccurately portrayed the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s motives in the Mexican wolf recovery program. In response, we sent the Republic a letter to the editor and a political cartoon drawn by Department naturalist Randy Babb.


Arizona Game and Fish Department continues investment in recruiting new hunters and local sportsmen’s groups

Phoenix, Arizona - The Arizona Game and Fish Department awarded nearly $75,000 to local sportsmen’s organizations, funding 16 hunter recruitment and retention projects through the annual Local Sportsmen’s Group Grant Program.


Program Promotes Smart Water Use in Arizona and Beyond

Tucson, Arizona - Tucson residents have saved 3.6 million gallons of water while contributing to community enhancement projects through Conserve to Enhance, a program started at the University of Arizona.

Read more... supports Gila River Casinos on new naming rights proposal

Glendale, Arizona - shares excitement for the Arizona Coyotes, the City of Glendale, and Gila River Casinos, as the Arizona Coyotes announced today a plan to rename the Arena to the “Gila River Arena,” pending Glendale City Council approval, after an 8 year naming rights partnership, which began in 2006.