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Arizona Supreme Court allows do-over in deportation case

A defendant who got bad legal advice in a criminal case that resulted in his deportation is entitled to a do-over in that case, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled.

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Zoning map request in Prescott Valley would allow for 183-space manufactured home park

Brad Fain faced a room of about 150 Villages at Lynx Creek residents who were there to ask questions about a project that may or may not come to fruition at the corner of Fain Road and Highway 69.

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Environmental groups try to derail oil and gas exploration plan

Environmental groups are trying to halt a plan by the Bureau of Land Management to lease out more than 4,000 acres of land near the Petrified Forest National Park for oil and gas exploration.

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Prescott All-Stars unravel in tourney-ending loss to Litchfield Park

A great season has come to close for the Prescott Major’s All-Stars as the team falters down the stretch in a 7-3 defeat to Litchfield Park during a loser’s bracket game on Wednesday, eliminating the from the state tournament.

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Prescott Valley shows resiliency, beats Mohave Valley in state tourney

“Adversity” might as well just be the Prescott Valley 11U All-Stars’ middle name.

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Embry-Riddle Volleyball reinforces talented squad for upcoming season

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University women’s volleyball, the defending California Pacific Conference regular season and tournament champion, is not only bringing back a majority of their impact student-athletes, but have also brought in four heavy hitters to increase their tremendous depth.

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Editorial cartoon (2): July 18, 2019

Editorial cartoon (2): July 18, 2019

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Editorial cartoon (1): July 18, 2019

Editorial cartoon (1): July 18, 2019

Reader Poll:

What do you think about state utility regulators' decision not to roll back Arizona Public Service's rates, in the wake of customer complaints?

  • I disagree; if customers did not get to pick their plan and are facing steep increases, it is unfair. 72%
  • I agree with the Corporation Commission. APS explained the changes and gave everyone ample time to pick their plan. 21%
  • I don't like any of this / I do not care. 7%

277 total votes

See past polls

Reader Poll:

What do you think about state utility regulators' decision not to roll back Arizona Public Service's rates, in the wake of customer complaints?

  • I disagree; if customers did not get to pick their plan and are facing steep increases, it is unfair. 72%
  • I agree with the Corporation Commission. APS explained the changes and gave everyone ample time to pick their plan. 21%
  • I don't like any of this / I do not care. 7%

277 total votes

See past polls

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Native artists show wares at Prescott Indian Art Market

Using a photo as a resource, Diné Navajo artist Jerilynn Yazzie painted a portrait of her grandmother smoking mountain tobacco and doing a prayer in Yazzie’s home, blowing the smoke to the south.

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Film airing on PBS recalls Bisbee's dark deportation history

The darkest, most violent chapter in the history of Bisbee was an open secret for decades in the funky old Arizona copper town 7 miles (11 kilometers) north of the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Native Southwest artists show at Prescott Indian Art Market

Native American artists from the entire Southwest are coming to Prescott this weekend for Sharlot Hall Museum’s 22nd annual Prescott Indian Art Market.

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Obituary: Dr. Roland Deloy (RD) Mower

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Dr. Roland Deloy (RD) Mower on July 8, 2019, at the age of 90, after living a very full and rewarding life.

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Obituary: Joyce M. Teat

Joyce M. Teat, 86, passed away peacefully at home in Prescott Valley, Arizona, on July 10, 2019.

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Obituary: Douglas Earl Buck

Douglas Earl Buck of Prescott, Arizona, passed away May 13, 2019, in Henderson, Nevada.

National & International see more>

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Nuclear industry push for reduced oversight gaining traction

Fewer mock commando raids to test nuclear power plants' defenses against terrorist attacks. Fewer, smaller government inspections for plant safety issues. Less notice to the public and to state governors when problems arise.

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House blocks maverick Democrat's Trump impeachment effort

The House easily killed a maverick Democrat's effort Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump for his recent racial insults against lawmakers of color, in a vote that provided an early snapshot of just how divided Democrats are over trying to oust him in the shadow of the 2020 elections.

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Data shows flood of opioids across US, many of them generics

The maker of OxyContin has been cast as the chief villain in the nation's opioid crisis. But newly released government figures suggest Purdue Pharma had plenty of help in flooding the U.S. with billions of pills even as overdose deaths were accelerating.