Blog post

Friday, 28 June 2019 16:59


It's fireworks time! That's right, many places in Arizona allow for seasonal fireworks around this time of year but; there are a lot of laws and restrictions that you need to know before you run off to buy that bottle rocket. If your not sure about the laws in your city or town head over to the My Streets section of this website. My Streets lists the laws and types of fireworks that can be used for over 40 places across Arizona. Have a happy and safe holiday!
Friday, 21 June 2019 17:19


Are you planning to travel anywhere in Arizona this summer? If you are you may want to plug in to the Arizona Emergency Information Network (AzEIN). The AzEIN is a great way for you to know what is happening before your stuck having to deal with the consequences. This system notifies you of everything from fires to health alerts for air quality. Do you know what to do in a dust storm? They have you covered for that too. So, check out their website or subscribe to them on Youtube, Twitter, Facebook or Blogger and stay aware of emergencies…
Friday, 14 June 2019 09:32


Deepfakes are becoming more and more common and their use is raising many questions; especially what is a deepfake? A deepfake is when someone uses technology to alter a video or recording to make it seem like the real thing it is impersonating. That sounds a little vague so lets put it in context. A person could create a video of a celebrity, news personality or your teacher and make them say or do something that they didn't do or say. People make deepfakes for all sorts of reasons the same way that people use cameras and computers for all…
Friday, 07 June 2019 13:38


Arizona is officially hitting its well known summer temperatures and as it does everyone is looking for a way to beat the heat; and one of the most popular ways is to hit the pool. Few things are more refreshing and more relaxing than taking a dip but you always need to remember to be safe in the water. That is why cities all over Arizona are offering free swim programs at local pools. Phoenix is carrying on it's 27 year tradition of the Itty Bitty Beach Party, which offers free swim lessons and safety information. Tucson and the surrounding…
Friday, 24 May 2019 14:58


Charles Hall, may not be your typical high school graduate, after all he is 95. That is right after a lifetime of regretting not having his diploma Charles Hall will receives it today from his original Snowflake High School. When Charles was a Junior in high school Pearl Harbor was attacked. After the attack, the successful high school student who was part of the student body and lettered in three sports enlisted in the Marines. After serving, including being part of the battle of Okinawa, the last major battle of World War II; he came out and joined the workforce.…