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A lengthy list of expenditures could be approved by the Buckeye City Council Tuesday night without any discussion. The Council’s consent agenda for Tuesday's regular 6 p.m. meeting includes … more
Scottsdale is launching a program to protect the health and well-being of its firefighters in collaboration with Cigna, the municipal health benefits partner. The new “Your Call” … more
A fire truck donated by the city of Mesa to the East Valley Institute of Technology will increase the ability of EVIT’s Fire Science program to create a more realistic environment in which to … more
A nearly 25-year employee of the Superstition Fire and Medical District is appealing his termination from employment before two state agencies. Brian White, who until earlier this year was a … more
The territories of Mesa law enforcement patrol precinct and fire and medical dispatch areas are to decrease with the addition of a dual fire-police facility to be built on 8 acres near Power and … more
Firefighters are built for caring and coming to the aid of those who are in need. It’s in our DNA. Sadly, our preeminent partners in public safety, our law enforcement brothers and sisters, are in need of meaningful support these days. more
A big day for Alex Morales came on Sept. 6, 2001. A firefighter his whole career, which now includes 35 years serving the city of Glendale, Morales elevated to the rank of captain that day. more
PHOENIX — A felony conviction in another state does not preclude someone now living in Arizona from getting the right to own a gun, the state Court of Appeals has ruled. more
The legislative subcommittee of the Veterans of Foreign War No. Post 7968 Auxiliary is inviting area residents to attend its local officials meet-and-greet event. “This public event will … more
Matthew was exposed to unimaginable scenes of pain and suffering in his job over more than a decade as a firefighter. The last straw came when he witnessed the death of a teenager — who was the … more
A man walked away from a single car roll-over accident this morning in Peoria with no injuries, police said. more
Shooter’s World of Peoria, 8966 W. Cactus Road, was evacuated after fire and hazmat personnel were called to the business Friday afternoon. more
After so many smoke-filled summers and record-setting burns, residents of Western North America are no strangers to wildfires. Still, many questions are circulating about why forest fires are … more
I want to thank the 80-plus-year-old grandparents whose grandchildren came once again to our street to set off 4-plus hours of firecrackers. I can see that the grandparents have not taught these … more
Fire and health officials began issuing warnings about wildfire smoke several weeks earlier than normal this year. more
Florence is looking to hire its second fire chief in a year after its latest chief abruptly resigned following an incident at a town council meeting. Paul Adams resigned on June 23, two days after … more
The Peoria Fire-Medical Department will honor the life of retired Capt. David Stutzman, who lost his battle with occupational cancer on June 15. The celebration of life will be July 13, at … more
Mesa Police Department’s four primary patrol radio channels may soon be encrypted so transmissions cannot be heard by members of the public listening in. The change is needed for officer … more
After 37 years of full-time service plus an additional 2.5 years of reserve firefighter service, Mark Blackstone officially retired June 30 from Superstition Fire and Medical District. He was the … more
Join the city of Apache Junction for its annual free Fourth of July Celebration on Sunday, July 4. Kicking off the festivities is a volleyball tournament at Superstition Shadows Aquatic Center, … more
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