Word On The Street: Back To School

Phoenix, Arizona - Students across Arizona are headed back to school, where new resources and targeted reforms are making a difference. Through such initiatives as the Arizona Teachers Academy, teacher certification reform, results-based funding, 20% teacher pay raises by 2020, new flexible dollars for maintenance, upkeep, and other needs and more, Arizona is focused on setting up all our state's students for success.

Governor Ducey Recognizes Navajo Code Talkers Day

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Ducey issued a proclamation recognizing August 14, 2019 as Arizona Navajo Code Talkers Day in honor of the Navajo Code Talkers’ extraordinary service to our nation during World War II.

Secretary of State Pompeo’s Call with Guatemalan President-elect Alejandro Giammattei

Washington, DC - Secretary Michael R. Pompeo spoke today with Guatemalan President-elect Alejandro Giammattei to congratulate him on his victory in the August 11 election. 

Governor Ducey Signs Bill Taking Action For Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women And Girls

Phoenix, Arizona - 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 committee will consist of members of law enforcement, Arizona’s Native American tribes, family members of the murdered and missing and additional victim advocates.

CBP Air and Marine Operations Rescues Stranded Kayaker

Del Rio, Texas - Agents from, CBP’s Air and Marine Operations rescued a woman who became severely ill while kayaking on the Pecos River, August 3.