Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced an agreement with CVS Pharmacy Inc., the country’s largest drug store chain, to implement new procedures to reduce sales of tobacco products...
Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the indictments of eight members of a human smuggling organization following their arrests last weekend in Mesa.
Attorney General Terry Goddard today said his office has filed a lawsuit against Fiesta Canning Co., Inc., a southern Arizona vegetable processing and canning facility, for air, drinking water and wastewater violations.
Attorney General Terry Goddard today cautioned Arizona consumers to beware of an Internet “phishing” scam using emails that appear to come from the Internal Revenue Service, asking for personal financial information.
Attorney General Terry Goddard announced today a plea agreement with three defendants in a home repair fraud ring. The three defrauded an elderly Tucson woman of $11,000 by falsely promising to repair the roof of her home.
A stolen credit card and drug trafficking operation was shut down today by a joint law enforcement task force that served search warrants at seven locations throughout the Valley.
Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced a new program to protect Arizona consumers from identity theft and financial exploitation called Fraud Fighter Accounts.
Attorney General Terry Goddard, joined by legislators and a coalition of law enforcement, children advocates, medical professionals, firefighters and neighborhood activists, today testified in favor...
Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced the winners of the Stop Meth poster contest and unveiled the poster at the statewide Arizona Methamphetamine Conference at the Wyndham Hotel in downtown Phoenix.
Attorney General Terry Goddard today announced a $170,000 settlement with Auto Connection and its owner Gail Oleaga. The Phoenix-based business sold extended service agreements for used cars to consumers.