Fundraiser in PV set for June 3
A 12-year-old who was struck by a vehicle driven by a 16-year-old girl in Prescott Valley on May 7 remains in serious condition.
Yavapai County not impacted yet
While all of Yavapai County remains in Stage 2 Fire Restrictions, a good portion of state-owned and National Forest lands have been closed for recreational purposes (see map).
Some of the county’s longest inmates await trial
There’s a man who’s been in the custody of the Yavapai County jail for more than 10 years, and his trial is still not in sight.
When business relationships sour, rarely are personal feelings left out of the equation.
One structure burned
A wildfire that started just south of Walker Wednesday morning, May 16, led to the evacuation of residents located off of Bluff Road east of Poachers Way.
Wind-driven fire chars grasslands; no structures damaged
A wildland fire along Fain Road in Prescott Valley charred about 54 acres of grassland before being declared contained around 1 p.m., Monday, May 14.
A balance between public safety, encouraging outdoor recreation
Try heading up to Crown King in the Bradshaw Mountains on a weekend this time of year, and you’ll see off-highway vehicles just about everywhere you look.
State representatives get answers to most questions
The Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) is a legal entity under Arizona law, according to a recent opinion released by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.
Weighing in on Granite Dells
The ire was palpable as members of the public ushered into the Prescott City Council chamber Tuesday evening, May 8.
Prescott Valley residential home complete loss
Prescott Valley residential fire By the time firefighters were notified and responded to a home fire on Las Flores Drive in Prescott Valley Tuesday night, May 8, the home was already 75 percent involved in flame.