The theme for this year’s Southwest Wildfire Awareness Week (March 26 – April 1) is ‘Preparing Together’ and APS is teaming up with public safety agencies to get the word out about how you can prepare for and prevent wildfires.
Among all the beautiful, unique and diverse places in Arizona, the Verde River is one of my favorites.
Arizona Public Service (APS) and Friendly House will award scholarships for an electrical lineworker program at Yavapai Community College starting in Fall 2023.
This Solar Appreciation Day (March 10), local military veterans from the historic American Legion Post 41 in south Phoenix, are serving Arizona in a new way.
With National Consumer Fraud Protection Week (March 5-11) underway, Arizona Public Service (APS) urges customers to hang up and shut the door on scammers who often strike during challenging times, preying on the most vulnerable and those on tight budgets.
March 3 is World Wildlife Day. Hundreds of species— from desert creatures to mountain animals— call Arizona’s scenic landscapes home.
Tens of thousands of people traveled to Arizona to experience the excitement around Super Bowl LVII and discovered what we already know: how special our state is.
While you prepare to celebrate the power of love this Valentine’s Day, Arizona Public Service (APS) warns Mylar balloons and power lines do not mix.
Three ways to tap into tax credits to go green and save green!
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