The U.S. Postal Service completed the installation of roughly 1,000 new mailboxes, near the intersection of Highway 89A and Coyote Springs Road, in early March to replace the estimated 300 mailboxes that were taken down during road construction.
Prescott High School senior Madison Jackson twirled in front of a mirror in her knock-off price designer gown, an elegant deep-blue beaded and white tulle halter dress she was to wear to the April 17 prom.
Well before sunrise on a recent Thursday, while most Flagstaff residents were still snoozing, a small band of shoppers of, well, “a certain age” assembled outside the doors of the westside Safeway.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic that has forced the closure of many businesses and other tourism destinations, some Lake Havasu City residents are pushing for a closure of the popular lake that’s a spring break mecca for many college students.
Angelina loves to laugh, be silly and spend time with others.
One of the Arizona Air National Guard’s major units is getting a new commander.
There are 46 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Yavapai County, as of 10 a.m. Sunday, April 5, the Yavapai County Community Health Services reported.
Arizonans hoping to avoid contracting COVID-19 won’t be able to get their hands on an experimental drug, at least not legally here in the state.
Authorities say a man has been killed in the crash of an all-terrain cycle in Phoenix. Police have identified the victim as 34-year-old Miguel Villanueva.
The Yavapai County Attorney’s Office has been awarded $10,000 from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to support the upcoming 3rd Annual Arizona Drug Summit.
A housekeeping employee at Yavapai Regional Medical Center was arrested Friday on charges of stealing various protective equipment and housekeeping supplies from the hospital, according to a release.
On Friday, April 3, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced the launch of the Paycheck Protection Program, a $349 billion emergency loan program created last week with President Donald Trump’s signing of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES).
Jamie is a fun, playful and creative child, and her sister, Lilla, describes herself as an artistic, kind and creative teenage girl.
Law enforcement agencies in the Quad Cities appear to be on the same page when it comes to enforcing the emergency proclamations and orders issued by state and local officials regarding COVID-19: They’ll do it, but only if they feel the violators are acting in complete disregard to public safety.
Walk into the far northwest-facing entrance at Prescott Gateway Mall, 3250 Gateway Blvd., next to JCPenney, and you will notice at least one shop with its entrances fully open here in early spring of 2020 — the H2O Health Store.
The Googie-inspired Prescott Valley Motel sign, circa 1968, isn’t going away any time soon, thanks to the efforts of a passionate resident, a local sign company and an Arizona preservation group.
A change in operations by the Arizona Department of Corrections could have a considerable impact on how county jails, including those in Yavapai County, conduct some business involving defendants and convicts in the weeks and months ahead.
Reservoirs have reached near capacity along the Verde and Salt rivers after a wet season caused rain and snow runoff across central Arizona mountains.
Funeral services for a Phoenix police commander killed in the line of duty will take place next week.
A veteran lawyer for the federal government has been selected to oversee Grand Canyon National Park — a rare appointment of someone who did not move up through the ranks of the National Park Service.
Yavapai County has 44 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) confirmed inthe county, with 30 residents in the Quad Cities, Public Health Coordinator Terri Farneti reported Saturday morning, April 4.
Conceding there’s no way to operate them safely in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday, April 3, ordered the shuttering of barbers, beauty parlors, nail salons, massage parlors and spas.
Commercial flights continue to depart from the Prescott Regional Airport for Los Angeles and Denver, but dramatically fewer passengers are on board these days.
Angelica is known as a social butterfly, her ideal day would be to sleep in, spend time with friends and to travel the world (San Francisco and Paris are on her “must-see” lists).
Prescott Area Habitat for Humanity, which serves low-income families in the Quad Cities, is asking the community for donations as residents continue to confront the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.