Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 185 more cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus), bringing the state’s total to 1,598 confirmed cases. In Yavapai County, 33 total cases have been confirmed, according to a release Thursday morning.
Television and radio broadcasters from around Arizona are joining together to air a town hall conversation with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey on Thursday night, April 2, 2020. The broadcast will be aired live on this page at 6 p.m.
Additional laptop computers, adjusted personnel policies, and possible changes in revenue projections are all steps that Yavapai County is taking or anticipating because of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) threat.
A recent 911 call from a quad-city area resident suspected of having COVID-19 went as well as first responders could hope for.
Starting Wednesday, April 1, the Prescott Unified School District started checking out Chromebooks to students who do not otherwise have those computer devices for use at home.
Abortions remain available in Arizona despite the orders by Gov. Doug Ducey to halt all “non-essential or elective’’ surgeries.
A virtual “Town Hall Meeting” is set for 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, April 3, via Zoom, for Prescott’s small business owners in the ongoing COVID-19 threat.
The Prescott Valley Police Department has received several inquiries about “enforcement” in relation to Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s Executive Order “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected.”
What started out as a police response to a civil order violation in Chino Valley ended up with the suspect also being charged with animal abuse on Monday, March 30.
Angel and Juan are incredibly hopeful of having a forever family to call their own. Both boys share that they really want a “football family” and would love to go to Disneyland and attend church.
Alice and David are two close siblings who enjoy spending time with one another.
Yavapai Humane Society officials in Prescott said this week that they are taking extra precautions to protect the health and well-being of their customers, donors, community partners, staff, volunteers, and the animals in their care during the coronavirus pandemic.
People Who Care has seen an increase in requests for assistance, but unfortunately face a decrease in their volunteer base.
PHOENIX — The way a federal appellate judge sees it, a squeaky dog toy in the shape of a whiskey bottle, manufactured by an Arizona firm, is “surely not the equivalent of the Mona Lisa.’’
There 124 more cases and five more deaths in Arizona since Tuesday, with 1,413 confirmed cases Wednesday, April 1, Yavapai County Community Health Services reported this morning.
Operation Silent Predator was an undercover investigation targeting individuals soliciting sexual conduct with minors. In the course of the operational period, the nine defendants were arrested and accused of various sex crimes offenses.
The Chino Valley Education Foundation’s Hungry Kids Project held an event at Heritage Middle School the morning of Thursday, March 26, where community students packed grocery bags with food and then delivered it to some of the less fortunate families in town.
Prescott Police are conducting an arson investigation at Gurley Street Grill in downtown Prescott after responding to a fire at the restaurant Tuesday night, March 31.
With the COVID-19 coronavirus wreaking havoc everywhere, the Yavapai County Education Foundation is far from alone.
According to Yavapai County Community Health Services YCCHS, all 15 counties in Arizona now have confirmed cases of COVID-19.
The iconic, 1960s-era Prescott Valley Motel sign on Highway 69 near Navajo Drive will be removed on April 2 and preserved in the hopes that it will soon be re-erected somewhere else in town.
In its short four-year lifetime, the sharp curve on north Willow Creek Road has been the site of nearly 20 vehicle crashes.