Smoke from an 8,166-acre prescribed burn 10 miles southeast of Williams on the Kaibab National Forest has begun to waft down to the Quad-cities area.
The Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) is looking for an unidentified suspect who allegedly burglarized a home in the 1200 block of Essex Way in Chino Valley Wednesday morning, Oct. 16.
Arizona quietly suspended plans to require about 120,000 people to work, volunteer or go to school to receive Medicaid benefits, as courts have taken a dim view of similar mandates in other states.
Detectives with the Prescott Police Department (PPD) have arrested and made charges against a registered sex offender who allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted a teenage girl in Prescott Friday afternoon, Oct. 18.
A State Grand Jury has indicted seven additional Arizona men in connection with an online undercover operation aimed at identifying individuals interested in using the Internet to meet up with minors for sex.
"That's not real Mexican food," ''My grandma would slap you" and "sellout" are just some of comments Jose and Leticia Gamiz received when they started their pop-up vegan Mexican food business, Mi Vegana Madre, four years ago.
A Flagstaff judge has given lawyers for a former Northern Arizona University student charged in a fatal 2015 campus shooting more time to collect their witnesses and build their case. But the January date for defendant Steven Jones' retrial still stands.
Coming out to the first Yavapai College Homecoming Block Party Friday afternoon, Oct. 18, Jamie Hines said she and her son were having a great time.
Prescott’s traffic experiment at the intersection of Whiskey Row and Gurley Street will be among the issues the Prescott City Council will discuss this week.
Prescott Valley is holding three open houses during Arizona Cities & Town’s Week this week, providing the opportunity to learn about three important town departments.
The Daily Courier wants to share with readers the stories of local residents’ service in the U.S. military in a special section that will be published in November in observance of Veterans Day.
A group that spent $260,000 attacking a 2014 foe of Doug Ducey in his first gubernatorial race is trying — again — to escape paying a fine for violating state campaign finance laws.
Words alone can’t fully describe what Joe and Kathy Hull have gone through in the last month. The couple moved to the Prescott area about a year ago from Washington to enjoy their retirement. They had purchased a 5,500 square-foot-home in the Granite Oaks subdivision just north of Prescott and filled it with all the belongings they had acquired throughout their lives.
Authorities in Flagstaff are investigating a possible arson at a Walmart store, which will remain closed until further notice due to severe fire and water damage.
TUCSON, Ariz. — The University of Arizona Gem and Mineral Museum will sparkle a bit brighter next year with a new name and big new space.
Just because a silicone breast implant ruptures does not give the patient the right to sue, a federal appeals court ruled last week.
The Arizona Democratic Party is outraising the state GOP — by a lot.
It’s not too early to begin preparing for Oct. 31, the night when many children are on the streets of our community.
The Prescott National Forest (PNF) has released the Land and Resource Management Plan (forest plan) Biennial Monitoring Evaluation Report covering the years 2016 to 2018.
It has been just over a year since Yavapai County and the municipalities within it began taking steps to outlaw the use of handheld electronics while driving.
As Zach Hayden of This Dude’s Food served him up some grub in the Taste of Prescott section of the inaugural Everybody’s Hometown Festival Saturday, Oct. 19, Ed Smith said he was enjoying his time at the new event.
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce celebrated its progress in the Prescott community, honoring Prescott Area Young Professionals Visionary Award and the second annual chamber Business Award recipients.
Artist Ian Russell was ecstatic when he began renting the historic Ed Block Building, 130 S. Montezuma St., from the Fields family in 2011.
This fall, Prescott will join one of five Western cities with a Sana Behavioral Hospital, which offers acute inpatient psych treatment for seniors 55 and older.