Like most college students, Jesse Fernandez does all he can to make ends meet. He and his three roommates share a house and split living expenses. Knowing exactly what he can afford to spend every week is crucial for the 21-year-old food server. By signing up for Salt River Project’s M-Power Price Plan, Fernandez says he has one fewer thing to stress about. “My parents used M-Power with SRP when I was growing up and it always worked for us,” said the Arizona State University marketing major. “And it just seemed perfect for us in our roommate situation.”
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Pledging to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, taking command of a deeply divided nation and ushering in an unpredictable era in Washington. His victory gives Republicans control of the White House for the first time in eight years.
With back-to-back snowstorms bearing down on Arizona, know what you’re driving into before heading to the high country.
The state of Arizona is preparing for what experts say will be a major spike in flu cases.
Over the past two years, the number of confirmed flu cases have increased significantly around the last week of January and into February, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich today announced his office filed an Arizona Consumer Fraud lawsuit against Adobe Carpet Cleaning, LLC, a Phoenix-based business. Adobe Carpet Cleaning allegedly made telemarketing calls to consumers on the National Do Not Call Registry.
Yesterday, January 18, The House Local and International Affairs Committee passed a bill that helps San Tan Valley residents move a few steps closer to having the right to vote on whether or not they want to become a city.
A new website launched today to offer basic assistance to people of all walks of life who have legal questions or need assistance in resolving disputes in court. AzCourtHelp.org is organized by topic and geographical location to help people find the court locations, forms, and other information they may need.
When you get into a car accident, insurance should fix the damage but what about the car's loss in value?
Salt River Project’s nearly 1 million residential power customers now have another way to stay connected with the new SRP Mobile App for smart phones and tablets. Whether at home or on the go, it is a friendlier and faster way to pay bills, manage accounts and get the latest information if outages occur.
The iconic Ringling Bros. circus is permanently closing after a run of nearly 150 years, facing declining attendance and increasing operating costs.
Anyone in Arizona, who purchased milk or milk products, at anytime since 2003, is eligible for a bit of cash.
The National Milk Producers Federation aka Cooperatives Working Together (CWT), Dairy Farmers of America Inc., Land O’Lakes Inc., Dairylea Cooperative Inc. and Agri-Mark Inc. agreed to settle a lawsuit where they were accused of conspiring to fix the prices of certain dairy products.