Monsoon Brings 100-Year Flooding Event to Arizona

Article 0 Comments The National Weather Service says the storm that swept across northern Arizona over the weekend amounted to a 100-year event. The Arizona Daily Sun reported that those types of storms have a 1 percent chance of happening every year and that Flagstaff saw an average of 2 […]

Families of Pilots File Wrongful Death Suit in 2016 Arizona Helicopter Crash

Article 0 Comments The families of two pilots who died in a 2016 helicopter crash in western Arizona have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the California-based manufacturer of the aircraft. The suit filed last Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court alleges that defective rotor blades on the Robinson […]

Arizona Launches Driver Safety Campaign for Monsoon Season

Article 0 Comments A new safety campaign will remind Arizona drivers stuck in dust storms to pull over, turn off all car lights and wait until visibility is back before hitting the road again. The “pull aside, stay alive” campaign aims to keep drivers off the road during the dust […]

SBA Loans Made Available in New Mexico, Arizona for Drought Economic Injury

Article 0 Comments The Small Business Administration says disaster loans are available to small nonfarm businesses in 13 counties in New Mexico and one in Arizona to offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by drought in two of the New Mexico counties. The two so-called primary counties are […]

Arizona Governor Halts Uber’s Self-Driving Car Testing

Article 0 Comments The governor of Arizona has suspended Uber’s ability to test self-driving cars on public roads in the state following a fatal crash last week that killed a 49-year-old pedestrian. The decision to block Uber Technologies Inc.’s autonomous testing is a blow to the ridesharing company, which sees […]