A federal judge has refused to order Secretary of State Michele Reagan to immediately update voter registration addresses of 384,000 Arizonans who have moved since the last election.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey said he’s open to the idea of reforms in how charter schools are operated, including how they handle their finances.
ARIVACA — Jim Chilton stood before the four strands of barbed wire that separate his ranchland from Mexico and pointed at a nearby ridge. "Very often, I see scouts on that mountain, right there," he told Rep. Martha McSally.
The pilot in Monday’s plane crash in the Tierra Verde Circle neighborhood in Cottonwood has died, according to the Cottonwood Police Department.
The Grand Canyon's North Rim operations will begin seasonal changes on the morning of Oct. 16.
Federal prosecutors are urging a judge to dismiss a bid by Border Patrol agent Lonnie Swartz to have his new trial moved to Phoenix, saying there’s no reason to believe he would get a fairer trial -- and a more impartial jury — than he would in Tucson.
Yavapai Humane Society Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic, located at 2989 Centerpointe East in Prescott, first opened its doors in September of 2009.
The Prescott Fire Department recognized several Prescott Police Department officers last week for their efforts in rendering aid during an EMS call in August.
PATAGONIA — A 30-year-old Camp Verde man was hospitalized for injuries Sunday after he was attacked by a black bear south of Patagonia.
Monsoon weather lovers will have at least one more chance to enjoy the brilliant thunder and torrential rains that often visit northern Arizona between July and October.
CAMP VERDE — A former Prescott pastor entered a not-guilty plea on nine new felony charges Monday. Thomas Chantry, 47, surrendered himself to the Yavapai County Superior Court last week and is being held in the County Jail on a $1 million bond.
Event Center gone to dogs
When the Prescott Arizona Kennel Club moved its annual championship show from Chino Valley indoors to the Prescott Valley Event Center, it started with two days of conformation and obedience competitions.
PHOENIX — A key aide to Attorney General Mark Brnovich altered language of the ballot description of Proposition 127 that the state’s top elections officer called “eyebrow raising’’ and the lawyer for initiative organizers said is designed to help Arizona Public Service convince voters to reject it.
Prescott Sunrise Lions fundraiser to feature sports, food and fun
The Prescott Sunrise Lions have a new fundraiser coming up that combines food, beer and sports, all for the benefit of the Yavapai Food Bank/Lion charities.
“Stroke Prevention & Recovery - What You Need to Know” is a free Senior Connection presentation from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at Prescott Valley Christian Church, 7655 E. Long Look Drive, Prescott Valley.
Whiskers Barkery and Dandy Dawgs are offering a “Facts About Service Dogs” seminar.
Prostate On-Site Project, a medical mobile service, will be providing affordable prostate cancer screenings to men forty years and older or younger if a history of prostate cancer runs in the family.
Republican Women of Prescott presents Referendum 101 from 3 to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 at Las Fuentes Resort Village, 1035 Scott Drive, Social Room, Prescott.
In partnership with Friends of the Prescott Public Library, Prescott Meals on Wheels, Smoki Museum, and the Yavapai Humane Society, the Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County is hosting a planned giving seminar on Thursday, Sept. 20.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Authorities in northern Arizona are trying to figure out how an ATV went off a cliff, killing all four men riding in it.
One theft leads to high-speed chase to Phoenix
Between Friday, Sept. 14, and Sunday, Sept. 16, the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) responded to reports of over twenty vehicle burglaries and four vehicle thefts that took place within the Granville subdivision of Prescott Valley, according to a PVPD news release.
Flies, spiders, bees, ants, mosquitos — it’s no surprise that bugs can be quite annoying and bothersome to many people.
A portion of the revenue that the City of Prescott raises by taxing customers at local hotels and motels will now go to help cover the cost of informing the community’s visitors.
At a time when smoking in public places has become more and more taboo, the local VA is instituting a no-smoking policy, beginning at its Domiciliary program, a short-term, in-patient rehabilitation program for those coping with substance abuse disorders, mental health issues and homelessness.
In celebration of National Public Lands Day and to encourage a shared sense of land stewardship, the Forest Service announces another “fee free day” on Saturday, Sept. 22.
- Need2Know: Krispy Kreme bails on PV; Western Heritage Foundation filling vacancy on Whiskey Row; car wash developments in PV; new Alfonso’s in Prescott
- Virus affecting deer in Yavapai Hills area near Prescott
- Need2Know: Land development allowed adjacent to ERAU; Dutch Bros opens in Prescott; PV pizza place; Talking Glass
- Speed, alcohol alleged factors in motorcycle crash at Chino Valley roundabout
- Bodies of 4 men in ATV crash off an Arizona cliff recovered
- YCSO volunteer rescues dog attached to moving semi-truck
- Obituary: Raymond E. Woods
- ‘Angel’ to those in need calling on community to help him keep his home
- PANT detectives busy with drug seizures, arrests
- Camp Verde man wrestles with black bear near Patagonia
- Prescott High student’s gunshot death double tragedy
- Authorities investigating shooting death of PHS student
- One killed in plane crash north of Prescott Airport
- Update: SR 89 reopens after fatal crash north of Chino Valley
- 22-year-old mother dead after multiple-vehicle crash on State Route 260
- Virus affecting deer in Yavapai Hills area near Prescott
- Plane crashes at Prescott Airport; no signs of life
- Two adults, one child killed in Highway 89 crash
- Need2Know: Dunkin’ Donuts; luxury apartments coming; Burlington; King Kong gone?; Sushi; Raven Café; and Dollar General
- 3 teenagers arrested for firing gun in Prescott Valley’s Fain Park