Phoenix Woman Arrested for Smuggling Migrants Near Gila Bend

Gila Bend, Arizona - U.S. Border Patrol agents working the State Route 85 Immigration Checkpoint arrested a Phoenix woman for smuggling two illegal aliens in her vehicle.

Beyond the Numbers: Arizona Supports Veterans In Need

Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona’s Be Connected program is committed to preventing veteran suicide by providing support and resources to Arizona’s service members, veterans and families. Arizona’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget added $1.2 million to the Be Connected program to expand its services for veterans in need.

5️⃣ Ways Arizona Is Reducing Regulations For Hardworking Arizonans

Phoenix, Arizona - Monday morning, the White House announced a new initiative aimed at sharing best practices across states for reducing licensing barriers - with a prominent focus on Arizona’s pioneering policy achievements.

Governor Ducey Orders Flags At Half-Staff To Honor U.S. Army Private First Class Antonio Garcia

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey ordered flags at all state buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset, October 22, 2019, to honor U.S. Army Private First Class (Pfc.) Antonio Garcia. Pfc. Garcia, who is from Peoria, died Sunday morning during a training accident at Fort Stewart, Georgia. Flags will also be lowered on the day of interment.

Seven More Arizona Men Indicted in Multi-Agency Investigation that Targeted Individuals Seeking Sex with Minors

Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that a State Grand Jury indicted seven additional Arizona men in connection with a multi-agency, online undercover operation conducted earlier this summer aimed at identifying individuals interested in using the Internet to meet up with minors for sex.