Arizona Recognizes Black History Month

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey proclaimed February 2021 to be Black History Month in Arizona to recognize the accomplishments and significant contributions of the African American community.

Arizona’s Continued Commitment To Water Conservation

Phoenix, Arizona - Two years ago this Sunday, Governor Doug Ducey signed the Drought Contingency Plan, a historic effort by Arizona and six other western states to manage one of their most precious resources: water. As part of the multi-state Drought Contingency Plan (DCP), Arizona is committed to conserving more water from the Colorado River.

Governor Ducey Announces Funding To Help Restaurants Expand Outdoor Seating, Protect Patrons And Staff-

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey announced an additional $1 million for a statewide program aimed at helping Arizona restaurants and other dining establishments expand outdoor seating and limit the spread of COVID-19.

Governor Ducey Announces New Appointments To AZPOST

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey Thursday announced five appointments to the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board:

Arizonans each drank 724 alcoholic drinks (on average) in 2020, reveals study

Yuma, Arizona - We are all familiar with the saying ‘new year, new me’ – the declaration of a clean slate after the high-stress year that has just passed. With 2020 having had such a drastic impact on our lives, we are all very eager to move forward. Last year, many of us tried to dull the stress and anxiety of isolation, and a host of other pandemic-related effects, with an overabundance of alcohol.