The rider and passenger of a motorcycle were seriously injured on Sunday afternoon when the motorcycle collided with a car turning in front of it at the intersection of Veterans Way and Glassford Hill Road in Prescott Valley, according to a news release.
Four more City of Prescott employees have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number to 19 since the start of the pandemic in March.
Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent John Pothast expressed disappointment that Bradshaw Mountain High School faculty would opt to call out sick Monday, Nov. 30, to protest concerns about COVID-19 spread. Still, Pothast affirmed he shares the concerns that prompted the move.
Twenty faculty members at Humboldt Unified School District’s Bradshaw Mountain High School called out sick Monday, Nov. 30, amid COVID-19 spikes they claim are putting students and staff at risk.
Challengers to Joe Biden's victory in Arizona will get documents they contend will cast enough doubt about the election results, void the just certified official tally and give the state's 11 electoral votes to President Donald Trump.
Sharlot Hall Museum will cancel its 25-year tradition of celebrating “Frontier Christmas” due to health and safety concerns amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, a news release stated Monday, Nov. 30.
Prescott Valley police on Nov. 27 arrested an 18-year-old Chino Valley man for stealing two work trucks from a business in the 7000 block of Second Street and siphoning gas from at least one of them.
General Motors will not be taking a stake in Phoenix-based electric vehicle company Nikola, and the company said Monday that it was scuttling one of its marquee vehicles, an electric and hydrogen-powered pickup, after GM pulled technological support from the project.
Prescott Valley and Mesa police on Nov. 25 collaborated in arresting a 15-year-old Mesa resident who, they say, stole multiple firearms from a residence in the 4300 block of North Carla Vista Drive in Prescott Valley Nov. 10, according to a release.
Five seniors on Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s (ERAU) Prescott Campus were chosen to commission as space operations officers, according to a news release.
A look at events happening in the Quad Cities
Prescott Valley police are looking for a suspect who, they say, burglarized a vehicle at a residence in the 6000 block of North Dodge Drive in the early morning hours on Sunday, according to a news release.
Tucson’s Reid Park Zoo is taking the next steps in an ambitious decade-long, $80 million expansion plan.
The Navajo Nation is reporting more than 170 new COVID-19 cases and five additional deaths.
Phoenix police say a man has died after he continuously pointed a firearm that turned out to be a BB gun.
Arizona officials certified the state's election results Monday, formalizing Democrat Joe Biden's narrow victory over Donald Trump even as the Republican president's attorneys continued making claims of fraud in the state's vote count.
Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 814 new cases of COVID-19 and nine confirmed deaths since the day before Thanksgiving, according to a news release Monday morning, Nov. 30.
Top prosecutors in the vast majority of Arizona counties are dropping all existing possession of marijuana cases even before a new voter-approved law eliminating criminal penalties for having small amounts of the drug takes effect when results of the Nov. 3 election are certified.
The executive director of the Navajo Nation Department of Health has been named a member of President-elect Joe Biden's COVID-19 advisory board.
Darin Edward Cooke, 51, of Chino Valley, who allegedly perpetrated six sexual assaults in Corona and Riverside, California, over an 11-year span, must stand trial on multiple forcible rape and other charges, a judge ruled Tuesday, Nov 24.
With the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the community, the Prescott Police Department has implemented several operational changes.
Although the possible Verde Connect vote has most people’s attention recently, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will also be talking about an engineering change in the new Prescott jail project, and will consider the Stringfield Ranch subdivision this week.
The Cottonwood City Council is set to take up a resolution in support of the Verde Connect road and bridge project at a 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, meeting at the Cottonwood Recreation Center.
The Verde Connect road and bridge project will be on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors’ agenda again next week.