These are AZ’s children: Tieyasiajane, Arionna and Christian are three energetic sisters who bring smiles and laughter everywhere they go!
The state’s high court has agreed to decide whether Attorney General Mark Brnovich needs the permission of Gov. Doug Ducey to sue the state’s three universities over what he says has been unconstitutional tuition hikes.
A 63-year-old man suffered unknown injuries after driving into oncoming traffic on Willow Creek Road in Prescott, sideswiping one vehicle while colliding with another Friday afternoon, according to Prescott Police.
Officers with the Prescott Police Department were called to an accident scene on Highway 69 and found an 85-year-old Prescott Valley resident had veered into another vehicle and came to stop in a ditch, according to a release.
As Arizona celebrates its 108th anniversary of joining the Union today what many people don’t know is that its march to statehood nearly didn’t happen.
Facing a federal lawsuit, federal officials have agreed to conduct environmental studies before deciding whether to lease out more than 4,000 acres of land near the Petrified Forest National Park for oil and gas exploration.
Radio recordings that reportedly could shed light on the 2013 Yarnell Hill Fire tragedy are at issue in an ongoing lawsuit that was heard by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Phoenix on Feb. 7.
The Prescott Police Department is proud to announce its first-ever Coffee with a K9 scheduled for Thursday Feb. 27, 2020 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Espresso Barn, located at 1301 East Gurley St.
Larry and Kat Martin are the authors of their own 35-year love story — their life pages filled with wanderlust, creative genius, familial and financial ups and downs, good food, friends, and yeah, lust.
Arguing that it’s a matter of fairness, a House panel voted Thursday to ban transgender girls and women from participating in intramural or interscholastic athletics that do not match their “biological sex.”
A five-year-old child who was involved in a vehicle collision on Cornville Road in Rimrock has died after being taken off of life support.
Parting ways with party members, a Prescott Republican wants to allow “dreamers’’ who attend Arizona colleges and universities to pay the same in-state tuition as any other resident.
In two recent traffic stops, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office’s (YCSO) K9 team seized a total of 136 pounds of marijuana, according to a YCSO news release.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day. Lots of people have profiles on online dating sites, apps or social media to find “the one.” But that interesting person who just messaged you could be a sweet-talking romance scammer.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of burning trash in the morning. Unfortunately, that was the case on Ramada Drive in Prescott Valley around 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13.
These are AZ’s children: A funny, sweet and happy boy, Geo loves all things sports.
An Arizona Senate hearing on an effort to enshrine an existing ban on “sanctuary cities” in the state Constitution erupted in shouting as immigrant rights activists called the proposal racist and the committee chairman ordered them removed.
A man described as a disgruntled former Waymo driver has been arrested on suspicion of deliberately crashing a passenger car into one of the company’s vans with self-driving capabilities near Phoenix, authorities said Thursday.
Is Prescott’s population growing or remaining stagnant?
Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter on Wednesday night, Feb. 12, agreed to the Yavapai College District Governing Board’s Feb. 11 decision to keep District 5 board member Steve Irwin’s seat vacant until the November election after Irwin resigns on April 1.
Saying the state has more money than it needs, Republicans on a House panel voted Wednesday to cut state taxes to the tune of nearly $162 million this coming budget year — and an undetermined amount years down the road.
Prescott Unified School District Superintendent Joe Howard and his area colleagues are die-hard believers in the power of public education.