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Phoenix Art Museum fashion design curator to speak at Yavapai College

Art Professor Cynthia DeCecco went to a lecture of Dennita Sewell’s while on sabbatical and knew she had to invite the Arizona fashion design icon to Yavapai College.

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Two teenagers killed in plane crash near Paulden

The wreckage of an airplane, missing for 24 hours out of the Prescott airport, was found Saturday, Sept. 23, several miles east of Paulden, and its occupants did not survive, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office.

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'Decapitated man' Halloween display prompts 911 calls

A sheriff's office in Tennessee is urging people to stop calling 911 to report a decapitated body trapped under a closed garage door.

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Two cats die in Chino Valley house fire

A single-wide mobile home in Chino Valley was heavily damaged by fire on Thursday night, Sept. 21, resulting in the death of two pet cats, Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority Division Chief Rick Chase said.

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PV man charged with child sex crimes

A Prescott Valley man who worked for the City of Prescott has been charged with child sex offenses, after a victim came forward and alleged that he had assaulted her 20 years ago, Prescott Valley Police Sgt. Jason Kaufman said.

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Watch: Florida home spared by Irma swallowed by sinkhole

A couple in central Florida had to quickly abandon their home after a sinkhole grew large enough to start tearing it down. The collapse was caught on video shortly after they exited the home.

Editorial: Arizona needs to improve charter school monitoring

The Grand Canyon Institute, a centrist Arizona think tank, this week issued the first of three reports looking at the financing of charter schools in the states.

Prescott man cited for removing campaign signs

A man was issued a citation on Sept. 19 after Prescott police officers recognized him as the person caught on video removing campaign signs, Prescott Police spokesman David Fuller said.

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ADOT thermal cameras detect wrong-way freeway drivers

With over 700 wrong-way drivers entering Arizona freeways in 2017, the Arizona Department of Transportation has developed what may be a solution that detects the wayward vehicles quickly enough to warn other drivers and stop the wrong-way car.

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Prescott Valley Job Fair set for Tuesday

Meet with representatives from business, healthcare, nonprofit and military organizations at the Prescott Valley Job Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 19 at the Prescott Valley Event Center, 3201 N. Main Street.

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