Pima County Sheriff's officials say a man has been found fatally shot in a neighborhood south of Tucson International Airport and a suspect is in custody.
Scenic State Highway 83 gently curves through southeastern Arizona's wine country, past waves of blond grass dotted with orange-tipped ocotillo plants before the dark Santa Rita Mountains loom into view.
The life of Prescott matriarch Elisabeth Ruffner, who died in March, will be celebrated later this month.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is offering Arizona businesses an opportunity to reach potential customers similar to the blue signs with their logos along freeways near their locations.
Growing up in a single-mother household as the youngest of five children, Prescott native Lori Markham found great comfort in her downtown neighborhood elementary school — Washington Traditional.
A Prescott Mile High Middle School teacher is quite clear how she feels about the city, and Arizona, ending up on a recent USA Today list of cities and states that invest the least in their educators.
The 41st annual Yavapai County Contractors Association Home and Garden Show continues Sunday, May 19, 2019, at the Findlay Toyota Center, Prescott Valley.
A cacophony of voices speaking in Spanish, interspersed with laughter, fills a classroom at Rhodes Junior High School.
Young people with in an interest in serving in the U.S. military can now check out the possibilities at a new recruiting site in Prescott Valley.
Fake news creeping through the tri-city area that Fry’s food markets are eliminating cashiers is not true, the corporate spokesperson said Friday.
The public is invited to attend an open house of the newly constructed Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy at the Yavapai College Prescott campus, 1100 E. Sheldon Street, at Buildings 27 and 29 on Tuesday, May 21, from 4 to 6 p.m.
The 50th annual Yarnell Daze started off the day with a parade along Highway 89 in Yarnell Saturday, May 18.
Clive Sinclair showing off The Amazing Grater at the YCCA Home & Garden Show Saturday, May 18 at the Findlay Toyota Center. The event continues through Sunday, May 19.
Arizona Sens. Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally agree that China's trade actions are a big problem but tariffs imposed by the Trump administration are hurting Arizona businesses and are the wrong way to address issues between the two nations.
Miranda Haskie sits amid the glow of candles at her kitchen table as the sun sinks into a deep blue horizon silhouetting juniper trees and a nearby mesa.
Arizona senior Sen. Kyrsten Sinema met this week with Dr. Barry Butler, President of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott.
Property taxes derived from Yavapai College District will not go up next year, according to a May 14 news release from the college following its budget hearing.
Gov. Doug Ducey won’t support eliminating the ability of parents to claim a personal exemption for their children from vaccines despite a new published study showing the state’s largest county at risk for a measles epidemic.
Ladies in Victorian dress mingled with gentlemen in Roughrider-era uniforms this week – all in the interest of promoting Prescott’s rich Western heritage.
As the six-year mark of the Granite Mountain Hotshot tragedy approaches, a fundraiser event featuring a showing of the “Only the Brave” movie, followed by a panel discussion, is scheduled for June 19.
Taking a step closer to becoming registered nurses, 37 men and women from across Yavapai County marked the completion of their associate of applied science degrees during a traditional pinning ceremony May 11 at the Yavapai College Prescott campus.
Stepping Stones Agencies will be hosting a Quad Cities High School Volunteer Fair from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at Step One Coffee House, 6719 E. 2nd St. in Prescott Valley.