After a month of burning, the lightning-caused Stubbs Fire appears to be nearing its natural conclusion, according to a Prescott National Forest (PNF) news release.
Two men have confessed to snatching a small shark from a Texas aquarium’s interactive touch tank, then whisking it away, wrapping it in a blanket and concealing it in a baby stroller, police say.
Surprise police say a man is dead after being shot during an altercation with a repairman who was doing some work at the home where the man lived.
Applications being accepted for full-time, seasonal judge pro tems
Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore Jeffrey Paupore has announced his intention to retire this fall after four years of service, according to a news release.
The City of Prescott Fourth of July Independence Day activities will take place as scheduled from noon to 9 p.m. at Mile High Middle School.
Prescott Newspapers is upgrading its phone system today, Friday June 22, 2018, between 10 a.m. and noon.
Out-of-state students, who paid full tuition at Arizona universities, have no right to sue for refunds even though the schools were charging less to people not here legally, an attorney for the Arizona Board of Regents contends.
Kingman Police Department arrested Jeremiah G. Peacey, 39 of Kingman, in connection to an ongoing investigation of a large amount of cash that was reported stolen June 5 from underneath a shopping cart at Walmart.
Three Tucson voters want a congressional candidate barred from the primary ballot after they say she lied on her nominating petitions by listing two Tucson addresses when in fact she doesn’t live in the area.
The event supports fight against breast cancer again this year
The roughest, toughest cowboys in the West will once again prove they’re “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” as the Prescott’s Frontier Days Rodeo hosts the 11th annual event to raise money to fight breast cancer at its performance on Monday, July 2.