Authorities are searching for a wrong-way driver who caused a fatal car wreck on Interstate 17 the Sunset Point.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in the four-month mystery of who killed two pregnant cows in the Arizona Strip area near Kingman.
A second-degree murder charge has been dropped for a Williams man who was accused of killing his infant son in September 2017.
Saturday, April 20, was a bright, breezy day to be alive on Planet Earth in downtown Prescott walking in the sun and shade of the tall elms lining Cortez Street. The annual Firewise Expo and Earth Day events celebrate the efforts of people and organizations locally and nationwide to preserve, protect, and recycle.
A former Prescott pastor who was tried last summer on multiple charges of child molestation and abuse will appear again in court starting Wednesday for another 13-day trial at the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde.
Baltimore and Phoenix are two completely different cities culturally and geographically, but they’re both experiencing the same problem: increased deaths due to opioid overdoses, specifically those involving powerful fentanyl.
The Yavapai County Attorney’s Office recognized outstanding attorneys and staff during its annual luncheon held in March.
SURPRISE — Authorities say one of four Peoria firefighters injured in an explosion at an Arizona Public Service Co. facility in Surprise has been discharged from a hospital.
TEMPE — Authorities say two women who own a Tempe medical clinic have been arrested for allegedly running a pill mill.
PHOENIX — Contributions to the Arizona Republican Party have fallen this year to their lowest level in nearly two decades, according to campaign finance records.
Although firefighters continue to extinguish interior burning fuels and mop-up, the Lynx Fire is reportedly 100% contained, according to Prescott National Forest spokesperson Debbie Maneely on Sunday morning.
San Francisco native Kevin Hines knows the desperation that leads someone to contemplate suicide – he is a living miracle as one of a few to survive a leap off the Golden Gate Bridge.
In his scramble to pick up as many eggs as he possibly could during the third hunt at the Great Prescott Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 20, Donald Flowers scooped an egg into his basket.
Prescott artist Doug Miley has spent the past 14 months painting the Stations of the Cross, and his work now hangs in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 150 S. Fleury St.
A planned yearlong detour of wide-load traffic on Interstate 15 for bridge resurfacing in northwestern Arizona’s Virgin River Gorge was expected to start in March but remains in the planning stages.
Freshly baked Mexican pastries, marinated carne asada, and prepared rice and beans are among the new offerings at Prescott Valley’s Garcia’s Market, 8147 E. Spouse Drive.
FLAGSTAFF — A dispute between two major California water agencies is threatening to derail a hard-won agreement designed to protect a river that serves 40 million people in the U.S. West.
FLORENCE — A copper mine southeast of Phoenix is ready to begin working toward commercial production following the initial success of its small-scale test phase, mine officials said.
Education officials are expected to consider a plan to get Arizona out of a jam with the federal government by changing the state's testing regime for high school students, at least for the next two years.
Firefighters worked into the evening Friday, April 19, building a containment line around the perimeter of the 16-acre Lynx Fire, which is now 80 percent contained.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has scheduled pavement repair work on Highway 69 near Truwood Road (milepost 287) and Sundog Ranch Road (milepost 290) during overnight and early morning hours, April 21 through 26.
Back in the summer of 1919, Prescott was on the mend from the devastating World War that had just ended.