State troopers say an emu crossed a Phoenix road, got to the other side and narrowly avoided getting hurt.
Cyberattacks on a key internet firm repeatedly disrupted the availability of popular websites across the United States Friday, according to analysts and company officials. The White House described the disruption as malicious.
Oklahoma and at least two other states said Friday that they have denied efforts by Russian officials to be present at polling stations during the election, requests the U.S. State Department's spokesman dismissed as "nothing more than a PR stunt."
In his pursuit of a sixth term, Republican Sen. John McCain reluctantly stood by Donald Trump for months despite personal insults and the bombastic businessman's string of controversial claims.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona's largest electricity provider says the average time for peak power demand in the summer is significantly later than from four years ago, largely because of the increasing popularity of rooftop solar.
Mention “fall colors” and “Prescott” in the same sentence, and you’re likely to get a less than enthusiastic response.
The Prescott Fire Department and Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority on Oct. 13 put into service their new, jointly purchased HAZMAT response vehicle.
An idea for recharging aquifers could increase the efficiency of traditional rainwater harvesting systems and direct the water back to the aquifer, according to a Well Owner’s Rainwater Concept Paper by John Munderloh, water resources manager for Prescott Valley.
The annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, a white-tie gala in New York that is often the last time the two presidential nominees share a stage before Election Day, is traditionally a time when campaign hostilities are set aside.
For years, the U.S. housing market looked bleak for young couples hoping to buy their first homes but struggling with high student debt, low pay and meager down-payment savings.
Tuzigoot National Monument will operate on winter hours beginning Oct. 30. The monument will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and closed on Christmas Day.
This is an election year for many agencies and entities and fire districts are included.
SPECIAL EVENTS American Legion Post 122 holds its meeting on Oct. 21 at 1 p.m. at the 50s Diner Conference Room, 19780 Hitching Post Way.
Cordes Lakes Community Center held a community yard sale on Oct. 15 with booths both inside and outside.
Plenty of chairs and lots of shade were available for guests at the 2016 Cordes Area Heritage Festival, Oct. 15, sponsored by both the High Desert Heritage Museum and the Friends of the Agua Fria National Monument.
Ongoing Day of the Dead Art Exhibit, through Oct. 30 at Prescott Center for the Arts Gallery ...
Many of us read the Bible and study Bible stories, but Carol Peck is still directing Love Ministry and arranged for Mary Magill to provide a performance of The Woman at the Well.
Good German food for Oktoberfest will draw the crowds and the Mountain of Faith Lutheran Church in Cordes Lakes s no exception.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Prices at the pump are according to www.arizonagasprices.com. Prices fluctuate; these price checks are as of yesterday afternoon.
The Book Haven in Prescott Valley is hosting an event for Randy Landers’ book, “The Arizona Son,” from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29.
LAS VEGAS — Threatening a fundamental pillar of American democracy, Donald Trump refused to say Wednesday night that he will accept the results of next month's election if he loses to Hillary Clinton.
In the Nov. 8 school board elections, the Prescott Unified School District has candidates and incumbents seeking board seats, with all of them expressing a desire to play a role in building enrollment, retaining faculty and staff, and offering the best academic and real world preparation to children.
The Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking Task Force (PANT), together with personnel from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, served a search warrant Thursday, Oct. 13, at a Rimrock residence and found evidence of illegal drug use and possession for sale.
Thick smoke from a blaze set to reduce wildfire risks blinded motorists Wednesday on the main highway across northern Arizona near the Grand Canyon, causing numerous accidents as haze clouded the freeway for hours and reduced visibility to 20 feet, officials said.
All of the Legislative District 1 candidates said at the education forum Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Prescott High School, that they support life-long learning and education – or “whatever works,” as incumbent candidate for state representative Noel Campbell said.
- Tiny homes are cute, but zoning, regs will apply
- Only one company to remain in Arizona’s health insurance marketplace
- NEED2KNOW: New record store; businesses expand; nonprofit donations
- Search warrant leads to drug, weapons arrest: Heroin confiscated in homicide case
- Anti-pot effort gets $1M from state’s richest man
- Arizona highway clouded by smoke, causing numerous accidents
- Juvenile charged with murder in Rimrock shooting
- Prescott Transit Authority to connect Quad-Cities 3 times daily to Phoenix
- Two views on Affordable Care Act: Replace it or fix it?
- Arrest made in Rimrock murder
- Prescott man charged with embezzling $250K
- Prescott man accused of killing wife, unborn child
- Two Prescott Valley men arrested in burglary of Prescott taxidermy shop
- Trump to rally in Prescott Valley Oct. 4
- Prescott Valley Trump rally street closures (map)
- Trump whips Prescott Valley crowd into a frenzy
- 3 stabbed in Friday fight in Chino Valley
- MSNBC reporter raises ire of Yavapai County residents: But was she right?
- Ready or not, here he comes: Trump in Prescott Valley today; tickets are gone
- Woman dies of gunshot wound in Prescott