Military bomb-sniffing dogs and police drug dogs share the stage at training conference in Payson
United States Air Force Staff Sgt. Jessie Keller’s armored vehicle last year ran over a roadside bomb that blasted the vehicle sideways, nearly killing Keller and her bomb-sniffing dog — Oscar.
Blue Ridge construction contracts come in at $1.1 million, a surprising $900,000 below estimates
In a historic milestone, Payson last week awarded three contracts totaling $1.1 million to fulfill decades of effort by starting construction on the Blue Ridge pipeline.
After a doctor’s own admission of faulty care, most jurors never doubted that a woman deserved compensation after enduring a medical nightmare — but they did argue over how much money to award, according to one juror.
The State Bar of Arizona is investigating whether a candidate for Gila County attorney violated protocol at a local candidate forum. At a Tea Party meeting in June, attorney Bradley Beauchamp allegedly divulged client information, possibly violating the attorney-client privilege.
Change in state formula inflicts $130,000 cut, leading Time Out to reduce staff, furlough employees
Facing an unexpected $130,000 cut in state funding, the Time Out Inc. domestic violence shelter has cut staffing levels and imposed furlough days in an all-out effort to stay in business.