Federal law prohibits selling firearms to marijuana users
If you hold a medical marijuana card in Arizona, you cannot possess a firearm.
A Rimrock man died Friday, Feb. 17, apparently after his Jeep rolled down an embankment on Montezuma Well Road in the Verde Valley, the Sheriff’s Office reported this week.
Now about three weeks into the Prescott City Council’s election season, two people have expressed interest in running for Prescott Mayor, and another five are considering running for City Council.
The highest national commendation for innovation and leadership displayed by individuals committed to wildfire mitigation goes to Prescott resident Bob Betts.
In an attempt to “get out of the weeds” of its public-safety pension shortfall, the City of Prescott will ask voters in August to approve paying 0.75-percent more in sales tax.
State lawmakers voted Tuesday, Feb. 21, to once again try to tell cities how and when they can conduct their elections, setting the stage for a legal fight with at least some of them.
Wednesday, Feb. 22 Lunch N Learn: “Grading and Drainage Inspections,” 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City Hall Council Chambers ...
One man is in custody and another is being sought in connection with the December 2016 case of historic signs being stolen from a Seligman business, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office reports.
Can you spell "three-peat"?
Two years ago, Tanner Dodt of Prescott Valley won his first Yavapai County Spelling Bee. For good measure, he won again last year.
Arizona elementary school students are a step closer to getting time each day to pretty much do what they want.
Next Level Collection
Sylvia Martinez has accumulated more than 300 clown dolls, statues and paintings throughout her life.
Anthony Richards has been charged with first-degree murder in the 2007 death of Larry Powers.
Prescott National Forest officials are hosting a public meeting to share information and request public input on the proposed Chino Valley Landscape Restoration Project.
On Friday, Feb. 17, PUSD and its Education Foundation celebrated the devoted teachers and staff that enable this district to excel in so many ways despite the challenges that educators today must endure.
Parker Anderson, author of several local history books including Wicked Prescott, will detail the methods of historical research at the Professional Writers of Prescott monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the Prescott Valley Library, Crystal Room.
The Feb. 23 MATFORCE Lunch ’n’ Learn workshop will go over results of the 2016 Arizona Youth Survey, which provides answers on why and how kids use drugs.
The Arizona Association for Economic Development will hold a Northern Economic Development Regional Symposium on Thursday, Feb. 23, to discuss the “Economic and Community Benefits of Sports.”
Tuesday, Feb. 21 Free Seminar: “Are Hidden Costs Eating Away at Your Investment Return?”
President Donald Trump has tapped Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser, replacing the ousted Michael Flynn.
No matter that Prescott calls itself Everybody’s Hometown, it isn’t. Not for refugees, anyway.
Akram Zreikat, his wife, mother and four children arrived in Phoenix a few months ago from Syria after fleeing their country, living in the Zaatari refugee camp, and finally arriving in the United States.
Offers a ‘glimpse of Hotshots’ lives’
The iconic photo of Granite Mountain Hotshots smiling broadly while in pyramid formation in front of an ancient juniper tree got special treatment recently from a local artist.
Conviction needed before forfeiting suspect’s goods
State lawmakers are moving to limit the power of police and prosecutors to take away property they say is involved in criminal activity without actually having to first convict the owner of any crime.
Cross certification aids many facets of YCSO’s operations
On Feb. 7, 12 line-level law enforcement employees from local federal agencies including the Department of Homeland Security, Postal Inspector and Forest Service, received the oath of office for state peace officer cross certification.
Prescott officials to meet Tuesday to approve verbiage on the Aug. 29 ballot
A draft ordinance for taking a 0.75-percent sales tax to Prescott voters in August will be reviewed by the Prescott City Council this week, with the possibility of a vote.
- New RV park planned for land adjacent to Watson Woods
- Prescott’s overflowing lakes now benefiting groundwater recharge
- Threats: 5 things that could land you in jail
- No refugees in Prescott area; local group tries to help
- Need2Know: Chick-fil-A update
- Man arrested by SWAT on weapons charges
- 2007 Bagdad murder suspect arrested
- Got a medical marijuana card? You can’t own a gun
- Moviegoers have reservations about theater safety
- Snow in forecast for weekend, city reports
- Whole Foods calls it quits, closing Friday
- Detectives find body, suspect it’s victim of a cold case
- Man robs Safeway store, gets away without the groceries
- Jury: Suspect not guilty in teen’s death
- Whole Foods closed due to declining profits
- Suspect in Safeway robbery ID'd
- Rare bomber at Prescott airport this weekend
- 500 caught each year shoplifting at PV store
- Man arrested, accused of making threats on social media
- Kayla Mueller’s parents donate to group they say abandoned her