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.

Arizona Republic

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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More than 230 homes on the Navajo Nation have been connected to the electric grid as part of a pilot project.

Regulated Arizona electric utilities couldn't disconnect power to customers who are late on their bills from June 1 through Sept. 30 under an emergency proposal being considered by state regulators.