Firefighters with the Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority (CAFMA) responded to a call on the 3800 block of Valorie Dr. in Prescott Valley to find the garage portion of a home engulfed in flames.
A Phoenix woman who was out of jail on reduced bail while awaiting trial on murder and other charges in a fatal wrong-way DUI crash on a freeway was arrested and charged in a second DUI wreck, authorities said.
The risk of contracting the new coronavirus in Arizona is low, but the state has practiced for an outbreak and is prepared to respond, Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday.
A federal appeals court won't revive a lawsuit that sought to require Arizona's governor to call a snap special election to fill the U.S. Senate seat now held by Republican Martha McSally.
A Prescott Valley man was arrested late Wednesday night, Feb. 26, after police received a report of him driving erratically and endangering the occupants of another vehicle.
Firefighters were able to save the majority of a home in Prescott Valley after a fire started in a room addition on one side of the building Wednesday evening, Feb. 26.
The Adopt a Highway volunteer program, launched in 1998, added 155 volunteer groups last year, bringing the total to more than 1,100. Residents are also invited to join the battle against litter .
A bill that aims to pump $5.3 million of state money into preserving a chunk of Prescott’s Granite Dells has now crossed its legislative-committee hurdles.
Prescott resident Robert Ward has joined the likes of Neil Armstrong, Albert Einstein, Led Zeppelin and Robin Williams.
Another fireball lit up Arizona’s sky around 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26.
A loving and happy little boy, Anthony’s giggles are so infectious, no one can help but laugh along with him!
A jury convicted a Cottonwood man on three counts of felony sex offenses Wednesday in Yavapai County Superior Court, with the charges stemming from the same incidents that led to a civil suit.
On Feb. 24, around 8:30 p.m., the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office received a call reporting that a person fired shots at residences in the Kaibab Estates West community, north of Ash Fork.
Arizona's most populous county on Wednesday joined a growing national movement in which areas are declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries and proclaiming support for gun ownership rights.
Inside Casa del Migrante, the piercing screams of an 8-year-old boy echo from a room.
The City Council on Tuesday approved civilian oversight of the Phoenix police that combines a new city agency and a community review board that will have the power to investigate complaints against police, recommend policy changes directly to the police chief and set up community outreach.
U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick of Arizona returned to Congress on Wednesday after a six-week absence for treatment of alcoholism, a move she said was prompted by a fall that she saw as “a little bit of a wake-up call.”
It stopped short of the “Sanctuary City” designation that many Second Amendment advocates in the community wanted, but the Prescott City Council affirmed its commitment to protecting the right to bear arms this week.
State senators on Tuesday rejected the one tax break sought by Gov. Doug Ducey in his State of the State speech.
When it comes to plotting out the right path to follow to reach a destination, one likely wants a map, or these days more likely a GPS device, to select the best route and be forewarned of any upcoming obstacles.
Angel is a thoughtful, sociable girl with a killer sense of humor and a passion for fashion.
From Neil Simon’s “God’s Favorite” at the Prescott Center for the Arts to Lee Brice at the Findlay Toyota Center to Gunhild Carling at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center, there’s a lot to check out over the next week in the Quad Cities.
It’s far from a done deal, but if the Town of Prescott Valley were to impose a rental tax on apartments and commercial buildings within corporate limits, it would help the town pay for much-needed road improvements, albeit not on state roads, like Highway 69.