All who care about youth in the community are invited to attend a Kids at Hope Day event in Prescott Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Franceny Gardea Gutierrez is a dreamer. She hopes one day to work as a psychologist with immigrant families.
Calling Prescott the state’s “most patriotic city,” Mayor Greg Mengarelli invited crowds stretching several feet deep at the downtown Veterans Day parade to reflect on the price of freedom.
The process to convert six of the Prescott VA’s historic, Victorian-style homes on its campus off Highway 89 into housing for vulnerable veterans is making slow but steady progress.
A brown Toyota Camry collided with a tractor trailer at the intersection of Highway 89A and Fain Road midday Monday, Nov. 11.
Arizonan Yazmin Irazoqui-Ruiz can’t be in Washington when the Supreme Court considers whether the Trump administration can end DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that has allowed her to stay in this country and go to medical school.
In September, Russ Martin took his father, Mike, to Wichita, Kansas, for a reunion of the First Battalion of the 12th Cavalry Regiment, C Company.
Glendale police are searching for three suspects in the fatal stabbing of a 14-year-old boy.
The Arizona Sikh Community has donated 550 trees to low-income Phoenix neighborhoods.
A leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said he is "disgusted" by an Arizona elected official accused of running a multi-state adoption scheme, marking the first time a church official has commented on the case.
On this Veterans Day, and every day, Prescott Korean War-era United States Army veteran Barney Kennedy said he feels a sense of patriotism that extends beyond his own service. He so admires the sacrifices of so many who, unlike him, never came home.
Check out more than 40 entries the Courier received for its Veterans Day section in the Monday, Nov. 11, edition of The Daily Courier.
An 81-year-old living in Yavapai County was struggling with homelessness, transportation issues and a bad social environment in 2018.
After months of discussion, the Prescott City Council is poised to decide a host of water policy-related changes this week.
The Yavapai County Education Service Agency (YCESA) distributed 108 boxes of boys and girls coats to 27 district and charter schools throughout Yavapai County on Nov. 5.
The Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board will meet for its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at Lake Valley Elementary School.
A Utah man who helped get his mother and other family members safely out of northern Mexico after nine people were killed in an apparent ambush said Sunday that most fled to Arizona with whatever they could fit in their cars and trucks and they'll likely never return.
Arizona’s medical marijuana program is going high tech. Sort of. Beginning Dec. 1, the state will stop issuing actual cards to those who are authorized to buy the drug.
Two Republican legislators and Attorney General Mark Brnovich are taking the first steps to craft legislation to ensure that Arizonans with preexisting conditions can still buy health insurance if federal courts strike down the Affordable Care Act.