2018 was a great year for Food Tank

Washington, DC - 2018 was a great year for Food Tank. We hosted ground-breaking Summits, innovative events, and global discussions about the food system in Senegal, Italy, Russia, and across the United States. We published the book Nourished Planet, and met many of our members and readers in person! And we started the Food Talk podcast.

New Years Reminder 2018

Yuma, Arizona - Every New Year’s Eve the Yuma Police Department responds to numerous reports of “shots fired” within the city limits. Some people discharge a firearm into the air to bring in the New Year.  The Yuma Police Department would like to remind the community this is a felony offense and encourage anyone that witnesses this type of criminal activity to call the police department immediately.

Inmate Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Threats to Obama, Lynch

Tucson, Arizona - Wednesday, Roger Dale Godwin, 40, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Raner Collins to 48 months in the Bureau of Prisons followed by three years of supervised release.  Godwin had previously pleaded guilty to making threats against the President and mailing threatening communications.

Attorney General Brnovich and Other State Attorneys General Reach $575 Million Settlement with Wells Fargo

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich today announced Wells Fargo Bank N.A. will pay a total of $575 million, including $37.1 million to Arizona, to resolve claims that the bank violated state consumer protection laws by:

The Grand Canyon Will Not Close On Our Watch

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey Friday announced that regardless of whether the federal government shuts down, the Grand Canyon will remain open. Visitors to the Grand Canyon will continue to have access to services like trails, shuttles and public restrooms under Arizona’s Grand Canyon Protection Plan, a plan put in place by Governor Ducey following the federal government shutdown earlier this year.