Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli and two other men were allegedly assaulted by a 73-year-old Prescott man Tuesday evening, Nov. 19, according to the Prescott Police Department (PPD).
A Sedona man is being held in the Yavapai County jail after threatening to bomb a Chase Bank in the Village of Oak Creek midday Thursday, Nov. 21.
A Wisconsin man was arrested after authorities found three pounds of cocaine hidden inside one of his vehicle’s doors Saturday morning, Nov. 16.
A very wet week is shaping up across Northern Arizona, according to the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Bellemont.
Helen and Carol are proof that troubled youth are capable of success.
A boy riding a bicycle was struck by a car in Prescott Valley Thursday morning, Nov. 14, according to a Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) news release.
As promised, the Prescott National Forest started a prescribed burn in the Bradshaw Ranger District Wednesday morning, Nov. 13.
A Prescott Valley man who was allegedly pulling drivers over using emergency lights on his vehicle was arrested for impersonating a peace officer on Nov. 9.
A Toyota Camry and tractor trailer collided at the intersection of Highway 89A and Fain Road midday Monday, Nov. 11.
An 81-year-old living in Yavapai County was struggling with homelessness, transportation issues and a bad social environment in 2018.
A Prescott woman who was driving to pick up her children at school Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7, had to be extricated from her vehicle after allegedly crashing into a parked car due to being intoxicated.
The attempted murder trial of Gregory Niedermeyer, an Ash Fork man accused of shooting a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) volunteer in 2015, began at the Yavapai County Superior Court in Prescott on Thursday, Nov. 7.
In a Tuesday, Nov. 5, staff meeting, Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher announced he plans to retire after his term ends in Dec. 2020, according to a news release from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO).
There was a time in Yavapai County when drug dealers and users could afford to be reckless.
Calling all K-9 fans: The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) is asking you to vote for Chewy. Named after the famed “Star Wars” Wookie Chewbacca, PVPD’s K-9 Chewy is the face of this year’s attempt by the department to win a competitive grant that will help fund its K-9 unit.
Two Bagdad women are facing charges of animal cruelty after their husky was found seriously injured and apparently neglected for a significant amount of time.
To ensure everyone stays safe this Halloween, the Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley police departments are conducting extensive traffic and impaired-driving patrols Thursday, Oct. 31.
Skeletal remains found near Thumb Butte in 2009 have been identified via DNA testing as Anthony J. Sanchez from Prescott, police said.
If you think it’s cold now, it’s about to get a whole lot colder. Over the next 48 hours, temperatures are expected to plummet, getting into as low as the teens at night in some areas.
Police have arrested a Prescott man suspected of driving into a teenage boy who was riding a bicycle along a residential street in Chino Valley Saturday night, Oct. 26.
Whether or not a breast cancer patient is able to work while undergoing treatment depends on the person and the type of treatment prescribed.
About a month ago, on a rain-soaked day, a dilapidated structure right in the center of Prescott went up in flames.
Most people who begin abusing prescription pharmaceuticals obtain them from friends and family for the first time, often from household medicine cabinets, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Yet another person is believed to have overdosed on mimic oxycodone pills containing fentanyl.
A ‘mimic pill’ case dating back to June, 2018, concluded recently with the sentencing of 20-year-old Prescott Valley resident Lester James Suter III.
Two women and a man were arrested Thursday, Oct. 17, for allegedly stealing merchandise from a variety of stores in Prescott and Prescott Valley.
Adam Burk was driving to work Tuesday morning, Oct. 22, when he and dozens of other people in their vehicles witnessed something shocking.
The Prescott Police Department hosted a Pink Pumpkin "Patch" event Sunday Oct. 20 to raise public awareness and money for breast cancer education, research and treatment.
Smoke from an 8,166-acre prescribed burn 10 miles southeast of Williams on the Kaibab National Forest has begun to waft down to the Quad-cities area.
Detectives with the Prescott Police Department (PPD) have arrested and made charges against a registered sex offender who allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted a teenage girl in Prescott Friday afternoon, Oct. 18.
Words alone can’t fully describe what Joe and Kathy Hull have gone through in the last month. The couple moved to the Prescott area about a year ago from Washington to enjoy their retirement. They had purchased a 5,500 square-foot-home in the Granite Oaks subdivision just north of Prescott and filled it with all the belongings they had acquired throughout their lives.
It has been just over a year since Yavapai County and the municipalities within it began taking steps to outlaw the use of handheld electronics while driving.
Each of the law enforcement agencies in the Quad-cities area were recently awarded traffic safety grants from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS).
A Prescott man has been arrested for allegedly operating a steroid laboratory at his home in the 2500 block of W. Granite View Circle.
Yavapai County law enforcement are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing Cottonwood man.
A Chino Valley woman was arrested on multiple charges, including super extreme driving under the influence (DUI), after allegedly causing two accidents and running over a street sign in Chino Valley midday Monday, Oct. 14.
With help from his trusty K-9, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) deputy found a large amount of cocaine and heroin in a vehicle being driven through Ash Fork Monday, Oct. 14.
Four months ago, Tamara Player moved to the Prescott area from California to take over as chief executive of West Yavapai Guidance Clinic.
In 2017, a Phoenix-area incident drove home the importance of addressing how law enforcement interacts with people who have developmental disabilities.
One man’s weed is another man’s treasure.
Frightened residents in the area of Spencer St. and Albins Way in Black Canyon City called 911 after hearing multiple gunshots Saturday evening, Oct. 5, according to a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) news release.