Family Storytime was extra special on Saturday at the Prescott Public Library as it marked the launch of the Prescott Area Imagination Library.
Of the 15 most active wildfire states in the U.S., Arizona sits in about the middle of the pack, according to a wildfire risk report released by CoreLogic Thursday, Sept. 12.
A 60-year-old Prescott woman was hospitalized after her car rolled off a ledge in the southeastern hills of Prescott Saturday afternoon, Sept. 14.
Having made it through the initial recruitment process, the four finalists vying to take over as Prescott Valley Police Department’s chief are currently in the swings of a two-day interview process.
A Prescott woman and two men from the greater Phoenix area were arrested recently after allegedly kidnapping two men in Black Canyon City on Sept. 3.
A Michigan man managed to drive at least 36 miles on the wrong side of Interstate 17 before law enforcement forced him to stop by spiking his tires early Monday morning, Sept. 9.
Noting favorable conditions, fire managers plan to once again begin firing operations to ignite some of the still unburned vegetation in the interior of the designated Sheridan Fire burn area, according to a Prescott National Forest news release Monday morning, Sept. 9.
The fast causal restaurant chain MOD Pizza is now open for business at 3007 N. Glassford Hill Road in Prescott Valley — right next to Dunkin Donuts.
Every summer, colorful lights and the smell of deep-fried confectionaries attract thousands of people to the Yavapai County Fair. While some may go just to scream on rides like the Zipper, others like to dabble in all aspects of the event, including the carnival games.
No one ever said carnival games were easy — at least not when it comes to winning them. They traditionally lure passersby in with seemingly simple tasks and giant, stuffed animal prizes, but many who choose to play walk away empty-handed either regretting the decision or hungry to try again.
A Chino Valley man was arrested on drug charges in Prescott after gas station clerks called police to report the man was concerning them with his behavior Thursday morning, Sept. 5.
After reading about the recent mass shootings that took place first at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, and then outside a popular bar in Dayton, Ohio, Prescott resident Karrigan Karcie grew concerned for the safety of her and her two young children.
Who to leave your young child with for the day while you work is a decision many of us have to make.
Authorities have been unable to confirm that any additional child abuse took place at Gummy Bear Early Learning Center in Prescott Valley.
Officials with the Prescott National Forest plan to continue managing the Sheridan Fire until monsoon rains help extinguish it.
All of the local law enforcement agencies are gearing up for what they hope will be a safe Labor Day weekend.
The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the Dewey-Humboldt area until 11:45 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Detectives with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) continue to seek the whereabouts of a Black Canyon City man who went missing in Aug. 2017.
A Prescott Valley man who was allegedly hit by a vehicle while riding his bike the night of Aug. 20 died from his injuries in a Phoenix-area hospital Monday, Aug. 26, according to the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD).
With the Prescott Valley Motel gradually being demolished to make way for a new business, firefighters with the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) are taking the opportunity to practice cutting holes in one of the motel’s roofs.
For about the last 20 years, the task force has been partially funded by seized money obtained through a state program called civil asset forfeiture.
A Prescott Valley woman died in a Phoenix-area hospital after her vehicle crashed in Prescott Valley Wednesday night, Aug. 21.
An extensive rescue operation was conducted to help a woman who rolled down a hill along with her horse near Senator Highway in Groom Creek Sunday, Aug. 18.
A Chino Valley man has been sentenced to serve 7 years in prison for possession of fentanyl for sale and promoting prison contraband.
That smoke to the west is likely from multiple fires burning on the Prescott National Forest’s Chino Valley Ranger District.
Authorities are looking for a man who allegedly exposed his genitals to a woman at a gas station and then may have tried following her home Friday, Aug. 16.
In just 32 seconds of opening fire outside a popular bar in Dayton, Ohio, the gunman responsible for the Aug. 4 massacre was shot and killed by police.
A man in his 70s was transported via helicopter to a level one trauma center near Phoenix after his motorcycle crashed on Highway 69 at Sunrise Blvd in Prescott around 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, according to officials.
A cluster of bushes in front of the Calvary Chapel church on Highway 69 in Prescott went up in flame due to illegal burning midday Thursday, Aug. 15, officials said.
Wildland firefighters with the Prescott National Forest are beginning to shift some of their focus from the Pemberton Fire to the Sheridan Fire, both of which are burning on the Chino Valley Ranger District northwest of Prescott.
Terry Kloke’s mobile home has been without gas service for more than 100 days. This means no hot water, no centralized heating and no gas-powered appliances, such as his dryer and stovetop.
Colorado resident Timothy Milliard, 52, has been sentenced to 8 years flat-time in prison for transporting a large amount of methamphetamine and fentanyl through Yavapai County in late February.
Three lightning-started fires continue to burn to some degree on the Chino Valley Ranger District.
At the peak of the Cellar Fire on Wednesday, July 17, Prescott’s sky was swimming with aircraft, each carrying a bellyful of fire retardant.
The Prescott Gateway Mall continues to fill vacant spaces with local businesses.
An argument between two men that started at a Prescott residence late Wednesday night, July 24, turned into a dangerous pursuit that ended at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) early Thursday morning, according to police.
The past couple of days have been what residents might expect this time of year for northern Arizona: quiet mornings followed by rumbling afternoons and showery evenings.
A Cordes Lakes man was arrested on July 19 for accepting money to do a roofing job and then using the money for personal purchases, all the while falsely posing as a licensed contractor.
The cool, moist weather is keeping the Cellar Fire in check, with no additional growth since Saturday, July 20, the Forest Service reported.
A Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) firefighter and a Coconino National Forest firefighter were burned while cleaning up a mulch fire in Camp Verde on Sunday, July 21, according to fire officials.
The Prescott Area Pet Emergency Hospital sees at least one case of THC toxicity each week.