Maricopa County sees another record number of eviction filings

Phoenix (3TV/CBS 5/AP) — New data released by Maricopa County reveals the number of evictions continues to skyrocket in the Valley. During October, landlords filed 7,948 eviction petitions in the county's 26 court precincts, surpassing the previous record of 7,902 in September 2005. The county sounded the alarm after the third-highest number of eviction filings […]

News Flash • Coconino County Elections Department Awarded Gr

The Coconino County Elections Department is proud to announce that it has been selected as one of 21 recipients of the Help America Vote College Program (HAVCP) grant from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC). This $10,000 grant is designed to increase civic participation and engagement on college campuses by encouraging students to serve as […]

Half of valley fever cases start in Maricopa County: Here’s what to know

Haboob hit the Phoenix area on Thursday, causing power outages and damaging homes. As of Friday morning, thousands of his SRP and ARP customers were still without power. This sandstorm was a reminder that more and more desert soil will be blown into the air this summer. But that's not the only thing that gets […]

Former Yavapai County supervisor to challenge Rep. Crane in GOP primary

Former Yavapai County Supervisor Jack Smith will represent Arizona's 2nd Congressional District against incumbent Eli Crane in the Republican primary. Mr. Smith served on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors until 2019. President Donald Trump then selected him for the post of state director of the Department of Agriculture's Rural Development Program. Smith has since […]

Winston County awarded grant to repair tornado-damaged communications system

It's been more than a year since a tornado struck Winston County, damaging homes and businesses. A communications tower for the county's emergency communications system was also damaged. But now, thanks to a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission, first responders can respond to life-saving calls. An $82,500 grant announced by Gov. Kay Ivey will […]

COVID-19 cases rising in Maricopa County

Hospitals are bracing for new variants to hit the Valley. PHOENIX — While many people have forgotten about the pandemic, the coronavirus is slowly making a comeback in Maricopa County. But are the new variants enough to cause panic? The number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations have been increasing since July, according to data from […]

Election distrust in Cochise County runs deep, and change is slow to come | National

In a city built next to an army base in the foothills of the Huachuca Mountains near the Mexican border, crowds gathered to watch the machines they believed were stealing votes. Chris Wlaschin, head of security for machine manufacturing company Election Systems & Software, brought equipment to the city to try to convince otherwise. In […]