APS donating $50,000 to non-profit to improve public safety and aid first responders 

For the sixth year in a row, Arizona Public Service will donate $50,000 to the non-profit Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation to ensure first responders serving its territory are equipped with the best tools possible to safely and effectively protect the community and themselves. “We are extremely grateful for APS’ ongoing support of the foundation,” […]

ADOT warns drivers to beware of tread debris known as highway “gators”

With summer approaching, Arizona highway drivers should stay alert for “gators” on the highway and beware of tread debris. Gator is a nickname given to tire treads that wind up on highways after blowouts, creating a risk for other drivers and their vehicles, according to a press release by the Arizona Department of Transportation and […]

Brown: Will your APS bill increase this summer?

The heat has hit. The combination of rising temperatures and rising electric bills often hurts like a one-two punch to the gut. Due to the APS rate hike, the pain to your pocketbook is likely to be even more severe this summer unless you fight back. Here’s how you can deliver a blow to higher […]