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During October’s Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance Operation Safe Driver week, conducted by the Arizona Department of Public Safety, more than 1,790 commercial vehicle inspections were done, along with more than 2,200 passenger car traffic stops.
A huge increase expected in commercial trucking over the next two decades threatens to jam up more highways and cause disruptions in the supply chains that U.S. businesses rely on to send goods to customers on time, several national studies suggest.
Authorities are looking for a large commercial truck carrying a crane that damaged an overpass on Interstate 17 near downtown Phoenix.
Keeping large trucks to the right on roadways with three or more lanes would make Arizona’s highways safer, a state lawmaker says.
A legislative roadblock is delaying the movement of Mexican-owned trucks hauling goods across the border on U.S. highways into Arizona and the nation and vice versa.
The nation's chief transportation official said Wednesday foes of the pilot program to let Mexican trucks drive anywhere in this country are providing misinformation about its effects on security and safety.
State lawmakers will debate this week whether to give live children traveling in the open bed of pickup trucks the same legal status as a dead elk.
Pinal County tow truck owners say they will lose money under a new system that will cap rates they can charge when they haul cars for the sheriff’s office. Sheriff Paul Babeu said he implemented the new structure to increase fairness to the companies and the motorists.
Tougher smog standards roll out nationwide today.
Arizona gasoline prices continue to climb, moving up an average of 16 cents the past two weeks. That's 50 cents higher per gallon than this time last year, according to report released Thursday by AAA Arizona. The state's average price for self-serve regular unleaded gasoline rose to $1.633, up from $1.142 last year, AAA said.
APACHE JUNCTION — A woman was seriously hurt and three other people suffered minor injuries after their pickup truck went over a cliff near Tortilla Flats in the Tonto National Forest.
Three people are dead after an early-morning traffic accident in Mesa involving a car and a semi-truck.
Mexican-owned trucks hauling goods from south of the border may soon be rumbling along Valley highways — and throughout the United States.
The funeral procession for 44-year-old Jesse Gault was nearly three years ago, but it remains one of the East Valley's most somber traffic-related occasions and helped spur a new motorist law.
A Phoenix man awaiting a bone-marrow transplant got good news Friday — word of two donors for possible matches.
The Arizona National Guard is facing an equipment shortage, with thousands of items left in the Middle East for other military units to use or destroyed in the war in Iraq.
Dozens of drivers slid off slick highways Wednesday as snow blanketed northern Arizona and rain drenched the lower desert during a winter storm that was expected to bring blizzards, freezing temperatures and dangerous driving conditions.
Kenneth Laird will likely die in prison, but not by lethal injection. A U.S. Supreme Court split decision spared Laird, three other Arizona death row inmates and about 68 others nationwide Tuesday, banning the death penalty for teenage killers.
March 2, 2005
Powerful winds raked much of California on Monday, toppling trees, spreading wildfires, causing scattered power outages, whipping up blinding dust storms, and sending waves crashing ashore as a vigorous spring weather system swept through the state on its way across the West.
If you don’t want to patronize a place that serves liquor where customers can carry a gun, you should look for a sign.
The bulls are better tempered, slower and their horns have been blunted, and this definitely isn't Pamplona.
An escaped killer with a handgun and a hitchhiking sign expressed relief at his capture on Monday after 10 days on the run, while authorities searched to the north of this tourist-packed park for a second fugitive and his female accomplice, a self-styled "Bonnie and Clyde."
Gut instinct has become a powerful weapon in the five years since the most devastating terrorist attacks in American history.