A woman survived being shot in the head after an altercation at a Prescott Valley home Friday night.
Prescott area e-bike rider Tim Wielinski said he likes e-bikes because they are fun to ride.
For many years, the two-decade-old Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation longed to have a visitation center where families of children and teens in foster care could meet in a suitable, family-friendly space with privacy to engage in supervised visits deemed key to the goal of reunification.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) is requesting the public’s help and is offering a $400 cash reward for information that could lead to the arrest of fugitive Richard Jason Lyerla.
Arizona Democrats Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly were both in the razor-thin majority Saturday as the U.S. Senate approved a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill.
The late-January storm that dumped more than two feet of snow on Prescott generated several thousand calls to the Prescott Public Works Department and several hundred more calls to Prescott City Hall.
The Espresso Barn in Prescott announced in a Facebook post March 1 that it had closed after two years on Feb. 28.
From the start of his educational career, Humboldt Unified School Superintendent John Pothast was unconventional when it came to the way he allowed students to learn in his high school English classes.
In the 21st century, area educators want to find new ways to do what has been done for more than two centuries in America — educate a future generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, teachers, doctors, lawyers, mechanics, engineers and electricians.
With just a day to go before nominating petitions can begin to be filed for the upcoming 2021 Prescott City Council election, two people had indicated interest in running for Prescott Mayor, and seven have pulled packets for three seats on the City Council.
Arizona businesses are no longer subject to state-imposed capacity limits.
Calling Gov. Doug Ducey’s latest COVID-19 order “a step in the right direction,” Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli noted that restrictions still remain in effect for bars without dining, which includes many of the Whiskey Row establishments.
I admit it; I’m over 60. I’ve been an avid bicycle rider for more than 50 years.
Republican lawmakers acted Thursday to erect two new hurdles in the path of individuals and groups seeking to craft their own laws.
Charlie Tardibuono is no stranger to the business or nonprofit world.
Applications are being accepted for the 2021-22 Prescott Area Leadership (PAL) Class.
The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Prescott facilitated an anonymous $8,000 donation to Project Aware in Prescott, an emergency shelter for veterans and homeless men.
The United Way of Yavapai County and Arizona Serve, an AmeriCorps program of Prescott College, have expanded their student ambassador program that provides high school seniors with professional development opportunities, through AmeriCorps, while giving districts much needed classroom support.
The state of Arizona saw 1,735 new cases of COVID-19 and 54 additional deaths, as of Saturday morning, March 6, according to the Department of Health Services.
The spring session of the Knee High Naturalists program at Highlands Center for Natural History (HC) is scheduled for Tuesdays, March 23 and 30, and April 6, 13 and 20, from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Drought conditions spanning all of Arizona are contributing to projections for above-normal wildfire threats this spring and summer, the National Weather Service says.
The messy and confusing distribution of vaccines has prompted a broad array of nonprofits and volunteers nationwide to step in to fill the gaps.
The national rush to vaccinate teachers in hopes of soon reopening pandemic-shuttered schools is running into one basic problem: Almost no one knows how many are getting the shots, or refusing to get them.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) is requesting the public’s help in identifying three individuals in association with damage to statues at the St. Germaine Catholic Church in Prescott Valley.
Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 18 new COVID-19 cases overnight, including six new deaths, according to a news release Friday afternoon.