Building Arizona’s Infrastructure Of The Future

Phoenix, Arizona - Arizona is growing rapidly, and our state’s infrastructure needs to keep up. Arizona’s fiscally conservative, balanced budget invests a total of $283 million to build Arizona’s infrastructure of the future.

Louisiana Couple Pleads Guilty to Criminal Civil Rights Charges for Abusing Woman With Disabilities

New Orleans, Louisiana - Raylaine Knope, 42, and Terry J. Knope II, 45, pleaded guilty Monday in the Eastern District of Louisiana to criminal civil rights charges arising from their abuse of an adult woman with cognitive disabilities. Both defendants pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to obtain forced, unpaid household labor and services from the victim, identified as “D.P.” Raylaine Knope also pleaded guilty to one count of forced labor and one count of misprision of a felony.

Measles Continues to Spread - What You Need to Know

Washington, DC - The number of patients diagnosed with measles in the United States continues to grow with 75 new cases reported in the last week, bringing the total to 839 confirmed cases in 23 states.

Memorandum on Revisions to the 2017 Unified Command Plan

Washington, DC - Pursuant to my authority as Commander in Chief, I hereby approve and direct the implementation of the revised Unified Command Plan.

Children playing with fire

Yuma, Arizona - Every year, kids look forward to vacation time. They will soon be (or already are) off from school for the summer, and that is a safety concern. In the past, children playing with fire have caused some serious damage and last week two fires were reported to have been started by juveniles.