Eight unlocked vehicles burglarized in Quailwood area

Police looking for suspect, remind residents to lock their car doors

Sometime during the nighttime hours of Friday night and Saturday morning, Jan. 12 and 13, eight vehicle burglaries occurred in the Quailwood area of Prescott Valley.

State senate panel agrees to increase car liability requirements

If bill becomes law, it will likely mean consumers will pay more for insurance

Rebuffing claims that the new legislation could harm some low-income individuals, an Arizona Senate panel agreed Tuesday to increase the amount of liability insurance that motorists must purchase to drive in Arizona.

State argues for dismissal of schools lawsuit

Attorney: It is ‘political question’ left for Governor, legislature

An attorney for the state told a judge Friday he has no legal right to hear a complaint that the Legislature is not providing enough money for schools.

Calendar of Events: Jan. 17 - 19

Ongoing ‘Fat Pig’ presented at Prescott Center for the Arts’ Stage Too, in the alley behind 208 N. Marina St. Showtimes continue at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, Jan. 18-29 and Jan. 25-27 as well as at 2 p.m.

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Carjacking suspect shot by Pima County deputies booked into jail

A carjacking suspect who was shot during a Tucson confrontation with Pima County Sheriff's deputies last year has been booked into jail after recovering from his injuries.

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Lake Havasu City man accused in death of 2-year-old daughter

Police say a Lake Havasu City man has been arrested in connection with the death of his 2-year-old daughter.

Victims of double homicide near Fort Mohave are identified

Mohave County Sheriff’s officials say two victims of a double homicide now have been identified.

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Pile burning smoke coming from top of Mingus Mountain

The Verde Ranger Fire District will continue its "fuels treatment" Tuesday through Thursday.

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MLK Day ‘Peace and Justice’ March began day-long celebration of peace, love and freedom

Ten-year-old Byron Hobson tucked a rainbow-colored “PEACE” flag into the back of his neon-green hoodie as he marched in the fifth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Peace and Justice March.

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King’s legacy refreshed with stories of his “dream” to build a better world for all

Prescott resident and retired clergyman from Chicago Lou Burrell told a sanctuary-full of Martin Luther King Day Jr. observers how his soul was stirred by two distant encounters with the civil rights leader.

Arizona woman asks High Court to overturn gay parental rights ruling

Child’s biological parent says she shouldn’t have to share custody with non-biological former spouse

Saying biology matters, an Arizona woman is making a last-ditch effort to keep from being forced to share custody of her child with her former wife.

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Grocers survey: Eggs cost more, but ham drops

Experts unsure why eggs are costing more this year

PHOENIX — Good news if you like grilled ham and cheese. The basic elements of the sandwich will cost you less now than a year ago.

Prescott in Brief: County supervisor holds first of 2 community meetings today

County supervisor holds first of 2 community meetings today

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Local pioneer Draper family plot receives improvements

Two civic organizations helped improve a family plot in the Citizens Cemetery this past fall with labor and materials.

Arizona in Brief: Newborn boy found abandoned in Tucson airport restroom

Officials at Tucson International Airport say a newborn infant has been found abandoned in a restroom.

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Man taken into custody at PV Walmart following disorderly disturbance

At the Walmart Supercenter off Glassford Hill in Prescott Valley, a man was taken into custody by police for allegedly damaging a truck’s window in the parking lot of the adjacent Maverick gas station Monday night.

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Arizona police arrest 80-year-old man in armed bank robbery

Police in Arizona have arrested an 80-year-old man they say robbed a credit union at gunpoint.

Arizona woman visiting shooting area killed by stray bullet

Authorities say an Arizona woman has died after being struck in the chest by a stray bullet while visiting a desert area popular for target shooting.

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How are some people doing on their New Year’s resolutions

People share their progress on resolutions they made for 2018

We asked people at Prescott’s courthouse plaza if they made any New Year’s Resolutions, what they were and how they’re doing on them just a couple weeks into 2018. Here is what they told us:

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Lawmaker wants his cell phone to remain private

Proposes a bill to overturn a court ruling that he can’t

A veteran state lawmaker is carving out what one lawyer calls a large and “blatant” exemption to the state’s public records law.

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Photo: Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The old Senator Drive-in sign had a message last week in advance of today’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.

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Arizona in Brief: USDA set for round 2 of feral pig extermination at Havasu

U.S. Department of Agriculture aerial sharpshooters are returning to the Lake Havasu National Wildlife Refuge for a second attempt to exterminate feral hogs at the refuge along the Colorado River.

Sentencings: April 25 - May 10

Yavapai County Courthouse Sentencings for April 25 through May 10, 2017

College board workshop, meeting Tuesday

The Yavapai College District Governing Board plans to hold its annual budget workshop and regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., respectively. Both meetings will convene in the Rock House on the Prescott campus, 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott.

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Jury scam claims another victim

Calls continue throughout county

In late December, a 42-year-old Prescott man contacted the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) to report losing money in a “jury warrant scam.”