PHOENIX — Fraud investigations trump Arizona’s physician-patient privilege, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday.
The Boeing Company announced March 7 it will provide a $3 million permanent endowment for scholarships at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) to help individuals interested in pursuing a pilot’s license and certificates in aviation maintenance.
This month's Third Thursday Star Talks covers the impact of Meteor Crater with the movie “Impact, the Mystery of Meteor Crater” on Thursday at Prescott Public Library.
PHOENIX — An Arizona firm that already grows, processes and sells marijuana in multiple states is buying another company to create what will likely be the nation’s largest operation.
PHOENIX — Wildlife World Zoo officials have said the woman attacked by a jaguar last week was taking a selfie. The incident gained national attention, and the woman at the center of it has made various statements.
Seven people were injured and Highway 89A was closed for about four hours due to a crash on the north end of Prescott Valley Sunday night, March 17.
TUCSON — Some Circle K convenience stores in southern Arizona have run out of gas.
MARYSVILLE, Ohio — Authorities have identified the pilot who was killed when the small plane he was flying crashed into a farm field in Ohio.
The Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to release a ruling Monday in the case of a woman convicted on fraud and theft charges for faking a cancer diagnosis to get the state to pay for her late-term abortion.
PHOENIX — It’s billed by proponents as a way moms can defend themselves from attackers while dropping their children off at school.
Your dog, Houdini, escapes from your fenced yard and kills your neighbor’s chickens. Or perhaps during the “visit” the chickens kill Houdini.
Drivers with a gripe about a congested road or an idea about how to improve traffic flow now have an easy way to get their views noticed in the regional transportation-planning process.
Register for a one-hour session with a You Too! Mentor, 10 to 11 a.m., Prescott Public Library. Training on iPads with hearing and vision accessibility apps. To register, contact the Ask a Librarian Desk at 928-777-1526 or email@example.com.
Members of the Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority (CAFMA), along with Prescott Valley Police and Arizona DPS, arrived on scene of a motor vehicle accident on 89A and Coyote Springs Road where seven people were reportedly injured, according to CAFMA on Sunday night.
As the horses, heifers and bulls went up for sale at the 28th annual Cattleman’s Weekend, held at the Prescott Livestock Auction in Chino Valley Friday and Saturday, March 15-16, the Cattleman’s Trade Show bustled just outside.
PHOENIX — A man has been arrested for allegedly threatening and intimidating members of a northwest Phoenix mosque.
NASHVILLE, N.C. — A North Carolina man accused of killing his wife was arrested Sunday during a traffic stop in Arizona after a multi-day manhunt, authorities said.
TUCSON — Police in Tucson say they are investigating a shooting involving an officer that has left a man with life-threatening injuries.
FLAGSTAFF — John Little can hardly go a week without a reminder that he and other Native Americans often are viewed as relics of the past: the Indian maiden on the butter container at the grocery store, the kids' teepees sold at popular retailers and the sports fans with their faces painted doing tomahawk chops at games.
In Prescott’s history, Elisabeth Ruffner has a special spot reserved — as the passionate advocate who helped save the past from demolition.
Legislation to let employers pay some young workers less than the minimum wage hit a roadblock Thursday amid questions of whether it will discourage people from going to school.
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors awarded the 2018 Golden Plate Awards to 175 restaurants and food-handling facilities.
Republicans in the Arizona Senate voted Thursday to impose new rules in charter schools over the objections of Democrats who said the legislation doesn’t do enough to end problems.
Yavapai County school districts are convening to promote their districts and schools to potential teachers and support staff around the nation in the 2019 Northern Arizona Teacher Recruitment and Job Fair.