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Arizona Dry Conditions Trigger Fire Restrictions

Sedona AZ — Beginning June 21, 2019, due to dry and hot conditions, fire restrictions will be implemented on Bureau of Land Management lands within the Phoenix District. The district’s 2.4 million acres of public lands in Arizona extend across portions of eight counties, including Pima, Pinal, Maricopa, Gila, Yavapai, Coconino, Navajo and Apache counties. Visitors to public lands in these counties... 

AZ State Gang Task Force arrests eighty five gang members and other suspects

Photos courtesy AZDPS Sedona AZ – The Arizona Department of Public Safety’s (AZDPS) Arizona State Gang Task Force, in collaboration with the Globe Police Department, the Gila County Sheriff’s Office, the Show Low Police Department and the Gila County Attorney’s Office, crippled an organized criminal network which sold illicit drugs within Gila and Navajo Counties. The investigation code... 

Conditions Trigger Fire Restrictions in Central and Western Arizona

Interactive Map showing Agency management boundaries:  Click here Sedona AZ (April 19, 2018) – Beginning April 20, 2018, campfire and smoking restrictions will be implemented on state lands and federally managed public lands in central and western Arizona which includes Yavapai, Maricopa, La Paz Yuma, Mohave and Gila counties, as well as portions of Pinal county. Restrictions will be in effect... 

Federal Funds Loss Will Devastate Counties

Sedona AZ (January 27, 2014) –  The Arizona Association of Counties (AACo) has adopted a resolution urging Congress to fully fund the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program for FY 2014. AACo, the only statewide organization representing leaders of each of Arizona’s 15 counties and the governments they serve, comprises 332 county elected officials statewide. Collectively, this bipartisan group... 

Helicopter Air Support Critical Factor in Successful Search

Sedona AZ (September 4, 2013) – Just before 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 3, 2013, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies were notified of a missing 56-year-old Phoenix man in the Fossil Creek area. Deputies learned that the missing man began his hike on Sunday with the intention of finding two hunting dogs lost the prior week. Both dogs were wearing GPS tracking collars. Two days later... 
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