The Navajo Nation is looking to Arizona utilities that shared in the power generated on the reservation to help make up for the financial losses from the coal industry. 


Arizona Public Service Company CEO has accepted an invitation to attend an Arizona Corporation Commission open meeting to address questions on its faulty online rate comparison tool after it wrongly encouraging customers to switch to more expensive plans. 

The Arizona Public Service Company is planning to refund thousands of customers who are not on the cheapest rate plan after its online comparison tool provided inaccurate calculations since February, company officials announced.

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:


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.