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ADOT 2017 Memorial Day Weekend Traffic Schedule

Sedona AZ (May 26, 2017) – During the Memorial Day weekend, state and local agencies are focusing on keeping motorists safe and placing equipment and resources along heavily traveled highways to help move traffic should incidents occur. The Arizona Department of Transportation and its contractors won’t schedule construction closures along state highways from Friday through late Monday evening.... 

State Trooper Rescues Girl During Traffic Stop

AZ State Trooper Otto rescues a missing California child runaway during routine traffic stop in Kingman area. Sedona AZ (January 20, 2017) – Due to relatively new training called Interdiction for the Protection of Children (IPC), a state trooper received valuable training that assisted him in identifying and rescuing a 16-year-old girl. On January 11, 2017, at 7:20 a.m., an Arizona Department... 

Number of Skimmers Found this Month Surpasses 2015 Total

Sedona AZ (August 12, 2016) – Coming to gas pumps near you soon? Criminals are upping the stakes when it comes to stealing your credit and debit card information at gas pumps. The state has found more skimmers so far this month than it found in all of last year. Between August 1 and August 12, 2016, there were twelve skimmers found while last year’s total was eleven. Not only are more... 

Arizona May Have New Snake Species

Sedona AZ (March 22, 2014) – On going reptile research has identified another possible snake species in Arizona. In the past, fifteen snake species were identified in the United States with thirteen of those found in the state of Arizona. Well, things continue to evolve and there is new research that could lead to the speckled rattlesnake being listed as two species instead of one. Both species... 

Overdue West Fork Canyon Hikers Rescued

Traversing West Fork involves swimming, boulder hopping and climbing Sedona AZ (October 10, 2013) – Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputies and Rescue Volunteers located and assisted three individuals with hiking out of the West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon after they were reported as an overdue hiking party. The group of overdue hikers consisted of a seventy-three year old male of Flagstaff and a thirty-one... 

Arizona Cowboy Artist Bill Owen Dies

Sedona AZ (June 19, 2013) – John William (Bill) Owen, 71 years of age, died on Saturday, June 15, 2013, at about 7 in the morning while photographing cowboys conducting ranching activities at Camp 16, off of Indian Route 18 located in the area of Peach Springs, Arizona. Investigating deputies learned that Bill Owen, a well-known western artist from Kingman, Arizona, arrived at Camp 16 on Thursday,... 

AZ Game and Fish Reviews Licensing

Prescott AZ (May 24, 2013) – The Arizona Game and Fish Department office in Kingman will host a meeting in Prescott, Arizona, to seek public input in developing a new hunting and fishing license structure and fees, as authorized by the recent passage of Senate Bill 1223. A meeting will be held May 30, 2013, from 6-8 p.m. in Prescott at the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors room at 1015 Fair... 

Spring Means Snakes Spiders Scorpions Lizards Emerge

KINGMAN AZ (March 21, 2013) – While spring continues to maintain its erratic grip on daytime temperatures, the inevitable emergence of snakes, spiders, scorpions, and lizards remains just around the next upward swing. The Arizona Game and Fish Department is reminding the public that some simple rules can help the public avoid a potential dangerous encounter. “Probably the simplest rule is to always... 
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