2021 Year In Review: Economic Momentum

Phoenix, Arizona - Throughout 2021, Arizona continued to create an economic environment that promotes business growth and expands opportunities for all. Companies large and small moved to Arizona, and businesses already in the state grew their operations. Smart policies led to families and businesses keeping more of their hard-earned money.

Multi-Agency Effort Helps Find Four-Year-Old Boy

Tucson, Arizona - A four-year-old boy was found safe after a harrowing 24-hour search in the desert.

Justice Department Sues Ophthalmology Practice with 24 Facilities for Discriminating Against Individuals with Disabilities

Phoenix, Arizona - The Justice Department Monday filed a lawsuit against Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center PC (BDP), an optometry and ophthalmology medical provider, for discriminating against patients who, because of their disabilities, need assistance in transferring from their wheelchairs to the surgical table for outpatient eye surgery. BDP operates 24 facilities in Arizona.

Former Tucson Insurance Agent Sentenced to Prison for Million Dollar Elder Fraud Scheme

Tucson, Arizona - Koreasa M. Williams, 46, of Tucson, Arizona, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jennifer G. Zipps to 51 months in prison. Williams previously pleaded guilty to wire fraud.

Arizona Attorney General's Office Works to Eliminate Illegal Robocalls

Phoenix, Arizona - The number one communications complaint across the nation continues to be the flood of illegal robocalls to consumers. In November 2021, Arizonans received more than 18 million unwanted calls, an average of 12.6 calls per person.