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Arizona Public Service is improving the fiber optic lines that send information around its power grid. As KNAU’s Zac Ziegler reports, that could mean improved internet speeds in some of Northern Arizona’s rural areas:

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State utility regulators lit into top executives from Arizona Public Service at the start of a hearing on power disconnection rules and political spending.

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The family of a woman who died when Arizona Public Service shut off her power on a hot summer day has reached a settlement with the utility.

APS Chief Executive Officer To Retire this Fall

Aug 22, 2019
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The chief executive officer Arizona Public Service has announced his retirement.

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The state's largest electric utility is telling its regulators that two more customers died after their power was disconnected for not paying their bills.

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Arizona Public Service can't prove it followed regulations before shutting off electricity for a woman who died days later, state utility regulators reported Tuesday.

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State utility regulators say Arizona Public Service can't prove it followed regulations before shutting off electricity for a woman who died days later at her home in Sun City West.

The Arizona Corporation Commission staff issued a report Tuesday after commissioners demanded an inquiry into the handling of the power shut-off on a 107-degree day last September.

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Arizona's largest electric utility says it will temporarily stop disconnecting residential customers who are behind on their payments while it reviews its policies.

Arizona regulators have launched an inquiry into the rates and profits of the state's largest electric utility following a rate challenge and customer complaints.

APS Finally Comes Clean About Political Spending

Apr 26, 2019
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Facing what it saw as a threat to its monopoly from a surging rooftop solar industry, Arizona's largest utility secretly funneled millions of dollars to back favored candidates for the state commission regulating it.

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