The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office has received reports of another loud booming noise on Tuesday evening, Feb. 18.
Prescott’s past as a one-time home of Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday, as well as its place as Arizona’s Territorial capitol, were among the features that helped to land the community on True West Magazine’s list of Top Western Towns for 2020.
With definite mixed emotions, the Humboldt Unified School District Governing Board Tuesday night accepted the resignation of Superintendent Dan Streeter as of June 30.
Influenza has been confirmed in 337 people locally, the Yavapai County Community Health Services reported this past week.
Republican legislators are moving to erect new hurdles in the path of Arizonans who want to propose their own laws and constitutional amendments.
Five applicants, including two former county officials and three area professionals in accounting, real estate and banking, are vying for the position of Yavapai County Treasurer.
From star talks on the biggest stars with the smallest satellites, Folk Sessions’ 17th anniversary show and the 2019 Blues Blast Rising Star Ben Rice performing at Birdcage Saloon, the Quad Cities have plenty to offer over the next week.
These are AZ’s children: A high-achieving honor roll student, Jonah has talents across the board.
A two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 89A and View Point Dr. blocked traffic into the Viewpoint subdivision Tuesday evening, Feb. 18.
Advocates for overhauling Arizona’s criminal justice system want to put a proposal on the November ballot that would cut the sentences of non-dangerous offenders for good behavior.
The trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting an incapacitated patient and fathering her child while she was in his care at a Phoenix long-term care center has been pushed back until April 30.
Prescott Valley Police have announced that Horizon Lane between Meadowlark and Starlight in Lynx Lake Estates is closed due to downed power lines.
A propane truck rolled on Highway 89 Friday afternoon, Feb. 14, causing a shutdown in both directions.
A Gilbert Republican lawmaker wants to limit the number of unmarked cars that police can use for traffic stops.
Governor Doug Ducey ordered flags at all state buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset Feb. 18, 2020, in honor of White Mountain Apache Police Officer David Kellywood.
For the past few months visitors from the Prescott area may have noticed more available parking spaces when they take a trip to Jerome, but those spaces now come at a price
Twelve finalists in four categories have been announced for the Prescott Area Leadership’s 2020 Man, Woman and Male and Female Youth Leaders of the Year honor.
Jayden loves the Avengers — especially Captain America — and doing arts and crafts at school.
Arizona fared relatively well in a national report card on its level of care for people with developmental disabilities, but advocates fear those services are being threatened by low pay and high turnover rates for caregivers.
Some Arizona lawmakers intend to fight a plan by the U.S. Air Force to begin retiring parts of the nation's fleet of A-10 Thunderbolt II ground-attack jets, which are part of a major operation at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson.
Hundreds of teachers and education advocates who support a proposal to raise taxes on wealthy Arizonans to boost school funding gathered at the Capitol Monday to formally kick off a signature-gathering effort to put the measure on the ballot.
Inaccurate census figures can lead to a loss of federal funds essential for many communities, and they can result in a state losing seats in Congress.