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Living in Arizona isn’t all relaxing by the pool or hiking in the mountains. Arizonans have to be careful about creepy creatures that lurk in the dark or even in their homes. And their bite or ...

According to the National Fire Protection Agency, July is the peak month, barely beating out May, for home fires resulting from Grilling accidents. On average 8,900 home fires nationwide are started ...

When summer temperatures start rising, so does the risk of heat-related injuries for children and pets left in ...

Prom and graduation season is a special time for most teens, maybe even considered a ‘rite of passage.’ Parents want their teen to experience the excitement and fun of this time of year; however, ...

As temperatures increase over the next several weeks, the Pinal County Sheriff's Office would like to remind you to take the follow precautions as you enjoy the spring ...

Cybercriminals are trying to trick payroll employees who work for businesses. The scam first surfaced last tax season and this year, it's already getting ...

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office has received several phone calls from people and businesses who are claiming top level command staff from the PCSO are notifying them of existing ...

Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless and colorless gas known as the “silent killer.” The Centers for Disease Control estimates that carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning claims nearly 400 lives and ...

Fire pits are popular, functional and very dangerous but Rural Metro Fire is warning of the dangers of fire pits and recommending safety ...

Each year, more than 3 billion toys and games are sold in the United States, and more than half of those are sold during the holiday season. Although the majority of toys are safe, they can be ...

The winter holidays are a time for celebration and that means cooking, home decorating, entertaining and an increased risk of fire and accidents. Rural Metro Fire offers these guidelines to help make ...

AAA recently published a report with some surprising numbers. The motor club says 500 people were killed over the last four years due to hitting road debris and Christmas trees are considered road ...