In the midst of Prescott’s 2013 Doce Fire, many homeowners in the fire’s path faced an added crisis – how to get their large animals to a safe haven.
The Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) has granted continuing accreditation to the Yavapai College Associate of Nursing Program.
The Prescott Valley Police Department is offering tips to avoid grandparent scams.
Is there a teen driver in your household? Maybe your teen plans to take the road test soon or is studying for the written test?
Growing rural communities versus overwhelmed rural Health Care systems. The expansion of medical education versus the escalating needs of an aging population....
It is a myth that if you are vaccinated for COVID-19, you won’t get sick.
The Prescott Valley Town Council at its regular meeting on Oct. 14 recognized Community Development Inspector Bob Pipkin for five years of service to the town.
The humpback chub, a rare fish found only in the Colorado River basin, has been brought back from the brink of extinction after decades of protection.
Wildlife encounters are becoming more common right now, with the cooling weather, and Arizona Game and Fish officials advise not to feed the local wildlife.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich is making a last-ditch effort to tell Arizona courts they need to butt out of how the legislature conducts its business.
The Federal Trade Commission on Monday, Oct. 18, issued its latest report to Congress on protecting older adults, which highlights updated findings from the commission’s fraud reports showing trends in how older adults report being affected by fraud.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is claiming that Facebook admits it is aiding human smuggling. And now he wants U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate.
Democrat Sarah Liguori will fill a vacant seat in the Arizona House of Representatives, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors decided Monday.
Windy conditions — from a strong low pressure system passing to the north of Arizona — are beginning to subside...
Arizona schools are facing the prospect of not being able to legally spend money they have budgeted for operations for this year.
On Sunday, Oct. 17, at approximately 7:20 a.m. Prescott Police officers, along with Animal Control officers, responded to the area of Prescott Lakes subdivision off of Smoketree Lane concerning the report of a coyote that had attacked a resident while she was walking her dog.
The Town of Chino Valley will be hosting its 23rd annual Trick or Treating at Memory Park Saturday, Oct. 30, from 2 to 5 p.m.
The Chino Valley Public Library is hosting Storytimes every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.
The Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, Oct. 14, approved spending $4.6 million of the town’s estimated $7.6 million in American Rescue Plan Act dollars on six specific projects, including $2.4 million for Florentine Road upgrades and $1.2 million for its Smart Water Meter Program.
The kick-off of the Yavapai County budget for the coming 2022-23 fiscal year, along with a request for four temporary attorneys to handle COVID-related matters, will be among the actions considered by the County Board of Supervisors this week.
Federal forest service officials have promised to do more to keep cattle out of more than 140 miles of the Verde River watershed.
When Dennis Light arrived at his new job as chief of the Prescott Fire Department in June 2014, the one-year mark of the Granite Mountain Hotshot tragedy was just two weeks away, and the department was still reeling from the loss of 19 young firefighters in the Yarnell Hill Fire in June 2013.
Arizona on Saturday reported 2,482 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and nine more virus deaths as pandemic metrics showed continued slowing of the current surge as seen around the nation.