Representatives from Arizona Eco Development will hold an open house regarding their proposed annexation and development in the City of Prescott.
U.S. Senate candidate Joe Arpaio has repeatedly pledged his unwavering support for President Donald Trump, but the divisive retired sheriff is unwilling or unable to elaborate on the president’s policies.
Printpack, a manufacturer of flexible packaging products, will make a major investment in its Prescott Valley, manufacturing plant, according to Printpack’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Jimmy Love, who made the announcement during a recent visit to the plant.
Heterosexual couples that always have had the right to marry in Arizona are not entitled to the same benefits that the state provided to gay couples who were not at the time entitled to wed, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
Yamile Martinez choked back tears as she talked about the life of Shana Fisher, a 16-year-old killed in the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School last week.
Today Free computer use, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., The Salvation Army, Computer Classroom, 237 S. Montezuma St. One-on-one instruction. 928-778-0150, ext. 1115.
Authorities have released the name of an Arizona woman who fell off a cliff into Lake Powell last weekend and later died at a hospital in Page.
Rivers are drying up, popular mountain recreation spots are closing and water restrictions are in full swing as a persistent drought intensifies its grip on pockets of the American Southwest.
When business relationships sour, rarely are personal feelings left out of the equation.
End of an era
Ridgelines were in jeopardy, scenic tracts along Granite Creek were facing development, and trail development was floundering.
Local chef Harley Ray Guy and four U.S. VETS culinary students prepared a four-course dinner Saturday, May 19 for Master Chef II – Passport to Paris.
PHOENIX — Maricopa County’s top prosecutor has sent a letter to area police departments saying the prosecutor’s office should control when reports and video are released or withheld to the public.
Arizona in Brief
Cranes, back hoes and other heavy equipment are being set up to move a drilling rig that toppled on its side near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, trapping a construction worker.
Coconino County Sheriff's officials say they're investigating a homicide case after the body of a man was found west of Forest Lakes.
Prosecutors said Monday they will not file criminal charges against an Arizona judge who was investigated on allegations that he sexually abused a girl from when she was 13 until she reached adulthood.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has received results of scientific tests indicating there is no erionite or harmful asbestos-like materials present on the proposed pozzolan mine in Skull Valley.
The City of Prescott is expected to add about $20 million more in payments toward its public safety pension debt in the next fiscal year — on top of the $25 million it is paying this year.
Tourists and the residents of Arizona mountain towns that rely on them won’t have access to parts of some national forests this summer as authorities attempt to prevent wildfires in the drought-parched state during a critically dangerous time.
Jodi Arias’ lawyers say the upcoming appeal of her murder conviction in the 2008 killing of her ex-boyfriend should be kept secret because the trial records remain sealed and public interest in her case remains extremely high.
A small dog that was doused with gasoline and intentionally set on fire almost two weeks ago in Tucson has died.
Tucson police say an officer narrowly escaped injury during a domestic violence incident when a bullet hit the officer’s belt.
In a meeting in Prescott on May 8, shareholders of Sturm Ruger and Company won a vote to force the company to track and report on gun violence involving Ruger weapons, a move that the board of directors had advised against.
‘Really cool stuff,’ says fire spokesman
Drones, more properly called “quadcopters” or “unmanned aerial vehicles” (UAVs), are starting to make inroads into the world of firefighting.
The Arizona attorney general's office says a former Prescott man now living in Tucson has been sentenced to 170 years in prison for sexual exploitation of a minor after downloading pictures and video of child pornography on his cellphone.
Prescott College offers an alternative
David Montenegro worked part-time restaurant jobs and took advantage of Arizona’s lower in-state tuition as he labored through years of college.
- 2 sent to hospital after head-on collision in Prescott
- Gunmaker Ruger will track and report on gun violence after shareholder vote
- Need2Know: Farm Provisions restaurant opens in downtown Prescott; Prescott True Value wins company “Best Hardware Store in Town” award
- Arizona forest lands start closing as fire danger looms
- Boy struck by vehicle on May 7 remains in serious condition
- Arizona judge gives former Prescott man 170 Years for child porn
- Yavapai County Fair, 4-H break up; go separate ways
- Why some court cases drag on for years
- Prescott pushes ahead with new airport terminal plan
- Prescott to pay $20M toward pension debt
- Brush fires threaten homes in Prescott Valley
- Update: Brush fires threaten homes in Prescott Valley
- Fire Update: Poquito Valley, Antelope Meadows under mandatory evacuation
- Man charged with 2nd degree murder after Prescott shooting
- Accident seriously injures 19-year-old man
- Viewpoint Fire destroys 2 homes, chars 2,500-plus acres
- 2 sent to hospital after head-on collision in Prescott
- Police: Child struck, seriously injured, by hit-and-run driver
- Fires threaten Prescott, PV and county
- That was donated to a thrift shop?