Forest Service employees at the Kaibab National Forest in northern Arizona spent the last two days picking up more than 4,000 pounds of cow poop -- and they didn't get all of it.According to information released by the Forest Service, cows on a property adjacent to the forest broke down a fence, and ... More >>
Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever had been traveling at 62 mph on a dirt road without his seat belt on when his pickup left the road and rolled, killing him. The new info comes from a report released today by the Coconino County Sheriff's Office, according to an article by ABC-15 News. -See also: ... More >>
Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever wasn't wearing a seat belt when his body was found on Tuesday night by a deputy following Dever's fatal rollover crash near Williams. Dever was killed when his 2008 three-quarter-ton Chevrolet pickup slid off a forest road and rolled just after sunset. He'd been o ... More >>
As a resident and sheriff of a rural Arizona county, driving on dirt roads was second nature to Larry Dever. So how the law enforcement professional end up rolling his three-quarter-ton pickup on one? One possibility: Excessive speed. "That certainly is one school of thought," says Gerry Blair, s ... More >>
The Scottsdale city council voted to terminate the contract of City Attorney Deborah Robberson, effective Friday. Robberson became City Attorney in 2005, after serving as the city's deputy attorney for five years...Two wildfires are burning in the Kaibab National Forest in northern Arizona, but fire ... More >>
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