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A pair of federal grants worth nearly $575,000 will help the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office prosecute domestic violence cases and equip deputies.
Gilbert police who searched the home of a former Higley Unified School District information technology director found thousands of dollars in district equipment in use throughout Bradley Niesluchowski's house.
Students attending classes at the East Valley Institute of Technology will benefit from the power of the sun under the Salt River Project’s Solar for Schools program. The EVIT campus is the last of 13 schools in the Valley to receive a 10-kilowatt roof-mounted photovoltaic system.
FOR SALE: Surplus office equipment from Queen Creek ranging from phones to computer monitors is being sold cheap as part of a year-round online auction. The next one is Tuesday and will feature computers.
A 53-year-old man police say stole more than $5,000 worth of power washers from a Mesa auto container management business was arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft on Monday.
Gilbert police are asking the town for $110,000 to replace a specially equipped truck and trailer destroyed soon after officers picked up the trailer at an Ohio manufacturer.
The state’s largest movie chain will outfit virtually off its theaters with equipment designed to help those with hearing and sight problems, including those who are totally deaf or blind.
Metro light rail lost about $235,000 in revenue last month, mostly due to problems with fare-card readers, the agency said Wednesday.
Homeland security concerns helped a small Tempebased technology company find a niche by aiding emergency response personnel who operate different types of radios communicate seamlessly with each other in disaster situations.
Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station features stronger containment domes than the Japanese plant damaged by a tsunami, has multiple sources of backup power and has enough water on hand to cool its reactors for a year, plant officials told the Arizona Corporation Commission on Tuesday.
When your golf company already is the leader in high-tech, tour-level club fitting, it’s a challenge to take it to the next level. But the people who own and operate Scottsdale-based Hot Stix Golf apparently have done just that.
October 4, 2004
The arrest of a Hyundai Sonata driver who police said was doing 147 mph on the freeway raised a burning question in the minds of readers and automotive experts on Friday: Can the small sedan from South Korea really go that fast?
The arrest of a Hyundai Sonata driver who police said was doing 147 mph on the freeway raised a burning question in the minds of readers and automotive experts on Friday.
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Oil services giant Halliburton Co. will soon shift its corporate headquarters from Houston to the Mideast financial powerhouse of Dubai, chief executive Dave Lesar announced Sunday.
Chandler police officer John Carboun — previously fired for criticizing commanders and then rehired last month — is back on patrol at a department, leaders say, is headed in a new direction.
Terrorism liaison officers have been getting a lot of attention in the national press lately. But the bottom line of what they do is basically old-fashioned police work, according to the state police coordinating the effort in Arizona.
ARLINGTON, Texas - ‘‘Hello, is Jennifer there? Jennifer at extension 43?’’
Monsoon season can be high-drama crunch time for the Valley’s National Weather Service forecast office.
July 15, 2004
Dentists and golf go together, said David Barton, who has 3,500 of the tooth docs as clients for his financial consulting business.
The state agency that oversees workplace safety has found several major violations surrounding the death of a Casa Grande police officer killed during a Pinal County Sheriff's Office SWAT training exercise.
Rob Targosz’s dedication to fighting drunken driving prompted the Gilbert police officer to approach his supervisor a few years ago about getting a new, larger DUI van.
A former Tempe police officer who resigned in March 2006 had thrown away evidence, failed to write a child molestation report and left more than 100 items of property, evidence and documents sitting in his locker, according to an internal affairs report.
DETROIT - Ford Motor Co. says it will soon offer wireless mobile offices in its F-series pickups, an option aimed at building contractors and others who do business on the road.