In this drink-more-water, seek-out-shade heat it can be hard to think about winter coats, scarves, boots and other winter wear. The reality, though, is winter is only a few months away.
On Saturday, Sept. 7, Yavapai County and the City of Prescott will welcome home Arizona National Guard Citizen-Soldiers of Charlie Company 1-158th Infantry “Bushmasters” Battalion, who have been deployed in support of overseas-contingency operations from June 2018 to May 2019.
Arizona Downs will host an Inflatable Costume Race for Charity during a break in regular horseracing Saturday, Aug. 24, at the racetrack, 10501 E. Highway 89A in Prescott Valley. The race takes place between the Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse races.
Authorities are looking for a man who allegedly exposed his genitals to a woman at a gas station and then may have tried following her home Friday, Aug. 16.
Due to sightings of non-authorized individuals in the closure area of the Sheridan Fire, fire officials are stressing the significance of the closure order.
Children of all ages made zucchini race cars at the Prescott Public Library Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019.
In just 32 seconds of opening fire outside a popular bar in Dayton, Ohio, the gunman responsible for the Aug. 4 massacre was shot and killed by police.
A new federal court ruling coupled with a provision in the state constitution could give Arizonans new legal protections against the use of software by private firms that captures and stores facial images.
Despite the community’s wishes for a grocery store, the Prescott Valley Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of an amendment that will put a convenience store and carwash at the corner of Viewpoint Drive and Pronghorn Ranch Parkway.
Steve Miller considers himself a man’s man, a United States Navy veteran, a father of five and grandfather of two who spent much of his career in the restaurant and banking business.
The nation's largest provider of shelters for immigrant children is looking to reopen two facilities that the state of Arizona forced it to shutter last year because of issues with employee background checks and allegations of abuse.
Following the news has grown stressful for Angela Tetschner, a 39-year-old nurse raising four children in this sprawling Phoenix suburb of tile roofs, desert yards, young families and voters who are increasingly up for grabs.
A fire area closure order is in effect over the Sheridan Fire area, limiting access south of the Camp Wood Road (County Road 68), with areas to the north of Camp Wood Road remaining open, according to a Prescott National Forest release Sunday afternoon.
William Shuttleworth, 71, walked down the shoulder-less highway in Oak Creek Canyon on Friday morning as temperatures hovered around 100 degrees.
To improve safety, Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) officials are considering whether to install a raised median, a traffic signal and a future green-T intersection along a 2-mile stretch of Highway 69, from Truwood Drive to Enterprise Parkway in Prescott Valley.
Locals and visitors alike came to the seventh annual Sharlot’s WineFest at Sharlot Hall Museum Saturday, Aug. 17, which Executive Director Fred Veil said sold out.
Three structures will be coming down at the Prescott Regional Airport in the next several weeks, and the new terminal is expected to begin going up this fall.
What could the Prescott City Hall property become?
For the first time in Prescott Unified School District history, ten teachers are pursuing certification through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, a noteworthy, but rigorous, and somewhat expensive, pursuit, according to district administrators and board members.
Brianna Klassen, above, of Chino Valley gets wet at the annual Monsoon Festival on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019, in downtown Prescott.
To a degree, Coppertop Alehouse owner Scott Whitney fought the law, and he won.