Arizona is one of a just handful of states that issues special practice permits to medical school graduates who haven’t completed a residency. But six months into the program, use of the permits is low.
A 35-year-old Humboldt man died in an ATV accident in Mayer during the late afternoon May 22, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) news release stated May 23.
The FDA, along with CDC and state and local partners, are investigating a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella Senftenberg infections linked to certain Jif peanut butter products produced at the J.M. Smucker Company facility in Lexington, Kentucky.
The Customer Accounts service lobby at the Town of Prescott Valley’s Civic Center, 7501 E. Skoog Blvd., will be temporarily closed from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday...
The Town of Chino Valley Recreation Department will be hosting a Movie Night in Memory Park on Friday, June 10...
More than 200 people attended the grand opening of the new Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce building at 199 Highway 89, just north of Chino Valley High School on Thursday, May 19.
No injuries were reported Sunday morning when a single-engine Cessna 172, owned by Lenore Aircraft, had engine failure on takeoff from Prescott Regional Airport at about 9:15 a.m. and went down on the airport side of Willow Creek Road in the area of James Lane and Warrior Way.
After years of planning and months of construction, the long-closed Lower Goldwater Lake is scheduled to open to foot traffic on Monday, May 23.
A proposed community garden near Willow Lake, formation of a General Plan Committee and possible improvements to the city’s website will be among the issues the Prescott City Council will consider this week.
Dogs and their owners turned out to the courthouse plaza in Prescott Saturday, May 20, 2022, for the annual United Animal Friends Woof Down Lunch event.
Bradshaw Mountain High School’s (BMHS) Class of 2022 celebrated its graduation in a classy display of pomp and circumstance Thursday night, May 19, at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley.
The final bow for Prescott High School’s 33-year instrumental music director Dan Bradstreet ended on a high note — with a full Ruth Street Auditorium standing ovation after a two-hour musical extravaganza Thursday, May 19.
A 2021 statement by a veteran Republican lawmaker may be just enough to allow voting rights groups to challenge a law eliminating the state’s permanent early voting list.
Arizona has a legal right to challenge a provision in the federal COVID relief package that forbids using the money for tax cuts, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.
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Effective immediately, the Prescott Valley Police Department will add more traffic patrol enforcement on Sommer Drive between Navajo and Lakeshore drives, a department news release reported May 20.
For the past month or more, the Prescott Valley Wendy’s restaurant dining room at 3020 Glassford Hill Road has been closed for renovation while its drive-thru service remained operational.
Mosquito season is upon us in northern Arizona and the warm temperatures make them pass through their life cycle faster, so more are laying eggs and more eggs are hatching.
The City of Prescott Water Operations Water Operations will be conducting work to replace the water service line for Hassayampa Inn at 122 E. Gurley St which will include resurfacing of the roadway.
A Chino Valley man was seriously injured Wednesday morning, May 18, on State Route 260 in Camp Verde when the motorcycle he was operating left the roadway.
Arizona businesses welcomed the federal government’s release this week of another 35,000 H-2B visas for temporary guest workers, as a tight U.S. labor market has left companies scrambling to fill vacancies.
School districts across the city are working to change their bus fleets to electric, and parents are on board.
An attorney for an Arizona real estate developer who was referred to the Department of Justice for a criminal investigation along with a former Trump administration Cabinet member by Democrats on a congressional committee demanded Thursday that he be allowed to publicly rebut the allegations against his client.
Showing their pro-America values, 400 Arizonans filled the Prescott High School auditorium May 14 to capacity to join America First gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and many other conservative speakers in a “We the people Arizona Alliance” rally.
Dignity Health, YRMC Family Resource Center will be holding a free car seat safety check event Wednesday, May 25 from 8 to 10 a.m. The center will be providing and installing infant, convertible and booster car seats. Car seats will be provided by registration ONLY.