Phoenix Mother Indicted, Accused of Using 13-Year-Old Daughter to Hide Cocaine

Phoenix, Arizona - Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a State Grand Jury indicted Rufina Lopez Covarruvia for allegedly using her 13-year-old daughter to try and hide cocaine from officers during a traffic stop. Covarruvia is charged with multiple felony charges including one count of Involving or Using a Minor in a Drug Offense, a Dangerous Crime Against Children.

Governor Ducey Honors Arizona Veterans Hall Of Fame Inductees

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey yesterday honored 22 Arizona veterans who continue to go above and beyond to serve their communities at the 9th Annual Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. The Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame recognizes veterans who continue to serve others after honorably serving our nation.

Governor Ducey Appoints Cassie Bray Woo and John Blanchard To The Maricopa County Superior Court

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey Thursday announced the appointments of Cassie Bray Woo and John Blanchard to the Maricopa County Superior Court. These appointments are to fill vacancies due to the retirements of Judges Janet E. Barton and Cari A. Harrison.

Investing In Rural Arizona’s Future

Yuma, Arizona - Arizona is investing in our rural communities. Over the next five years, the state will invest $4.6 billion in highways, bridges and airports, in addition to targeted investments in this year’s budget to support select infrastructure projects and rural broadband development around the state.

Governor Ducey Honors Arizona Wildfire Crews

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey Wednesday met with firefighters who serve on wildfire crews from around the state to thank them for their dedicated work to protect Arizona residents, pets and infrastructure this year. Since the start of 2019, Arizona wildland firefighters have battled approximately 1,700 fires that consumed more than 355,000 acres.