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If you have the misfortune to be involved in a non-injury fender bender on a freeway, do not leave your car stopped in travel lanes, while you circle the vehicle taking photos of dents and dings from ...

The weather is finally nice enough to get outside and maybe take a walk or go on a hike. When you do, you want to be sure you're keeping yourself safe which can be tough as we get ...

Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire can happen ...

Even though the Pinal County Sheriff's Office cannot recommend a security company, they can provide you with tips to help eliminate false ...

Snakebites are undoubtedly one of the most frightening things that can happen to your dog during an otherwise-routine outing. The combination of your fear and your dog's discomfort will cause even ...

Identity theft remains a serious issue across the United States and the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is reminding taxpayers to be on alert for identity theft scam ...

Fake support numbers are fooling frustrated customers. Trying to reach Netflix, Microsoft, Amazon or another big company for help with your account, the BBB says you're going to want to watch out ...

Many of you are likely enjoying these long summer days outside with your pets. Although this can be a fun time of the year for your furry friends, it’s also important to remember that higher ...

With temperatures skyrocketing into triple digits, many Arizonans are scrambling to book getaways in cooler places to beat the heat. Before you book a hotel, Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants to ...

Fireworks can be festive and exciting, but it is important to know the laws and risks associated with the use of fireworks. Not all fireworks are legal in ...

Every year, thousands of adults suffer from heat-related conditions, including dehydration, sunburn and heat stroke. As the body ages, it often loses the ability to adapt to the ...

A new safety campaign will remind Arizona drivers stuck in dust storms to pull over, turn off all car lights and wait until visibility is back before hitting the road ...

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received several phone calls regarding a possible scam. Several people called PCSO after receiving a call from the Adult Detention call number (855) ...