With the start of a new year many consumers get a copy of their credit report. But what if you see mistakes on the report?
Arizona was identified Thursday as one of seven states where Democrats plan to “fight like hell” to turn the state government from red to blue in 2020.
They want change and they want it now. That was one of the rallying cries at the beginning of the fourth annual Women’s March at the courthouse plaza Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18.
The Senator Drive-In sign on Senator Highway south of Prescott offers its Martin Luther King Jr. message, “Only in the darkness can you see the stars.”
It is Day 19 of Yavapai Silent Witnesses Catch 22 Program.
PHOENIX - Attorney General Mark Brnovich has served an additional 44 summonses on current or former employees of the Kokopelli Eye Institute in the case against Prescott Valley Dr. Michael Lee Ham.
A spat between ranchers and Native American tribes is threatening to torpedo a special panel that seeks to keep construction projects from damaging tribal remains and antiquities.
The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce, 7120 Pav Way, Suite 102, recently gained 900 square feet of office and boardroom space when it expanded into the back end of its current location.
Sweat Infrared Sauna Studio will celebrate its grand opening Saturday, Jan. 25. The closure of Burger King leaves the area with one location apiece in Prescott and Prescott Valley.
A new $4 fee on Uber and Lyft rides to and from the Phoenix airport is “very likely” unconstitutional, the state attorney general said Thursday, upping the ante in the showdown that has led the ride-hailing giants to threaten to abandon the airport service.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will kick off its budget deliberations for the coming fiscal year in a study session this week.
A former Northern Arizona University student has been booked into jail in advance of his upcoming sentencing in a 2015 shooting in which another student was killed and three others wounded.
After his wife of 17 years was killed in a car crash 3 years ago, Ron Alexander essentially gave up on life.
Gov. Doug Ducey is proposing a $12.3 billion spending plan that still won’t restore state aid to education to where it was in 2008.
It is day 18 of Yavapai Silent Witness’ Catch 22 program.
It is fruit tree pruning season, and the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Yavapai County is offering two free deciduous fruit tree pruning demonstrations conducted by Extension Agent Jeff Schalau.
An Arizona man was allowed to board his flight after a loaded handgun was found in his bag at a security checkpoint at Eppley Airfield in Omaha, federal authorities said Friday.
Authorities have arrested a New Mexico man accused of assaulting his girlfriend and then running from police early Wednesday morning, Jan. 15.
The 2020 Board of Directors was approved and the city was declared “a beacon of unity and teamwork” at the Prescott Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting Thursday, Jan. 16.
A Cottonwood man who was arrested on Saturday, Jan. 11, for exposing his genitals to children has been arrested again – this time for child pornography.
After decades of steady increases, life expectancy in the U.S. ticked down slightly over three recent years, a drop attributed to a rise in “cause-specific” deaths like suicides and drug overdoses among those aged 25 to 64.
Every two minutes, a woman in the U.S. is diagnosed with breast cancer, according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, but thanks in large part to early detection, breast cancer death rates have dropped 40% since 1989.