Yavapai Silent Witness now has a new online tip system that allows anonymous tipsters to deliver tips in three different ways.
Watching Arizona’s seven Supreme Court justices conduct oral arguments at Prescott High School (PHS) on Tuesday, April 16, was more akin to being a silent observer of a lively, yet highly-sophisticated Thanksgiving dinner debate than a traditional court proceeding.
A dump truck carrying rocks rolled on Highway 89A near Granite Dells Parkway shortly after noon, Wednesday, April 17.
Since January, only one individual has been arrested in Yavapai County for selling fentanyl. Albeit, it was a large bust.
On May 1, Prescott Police Department will be losing one of its finest. After 30 years of service, Lead Police Officer Dave Fuller is retiring.
The pilot of a small aircraft was found conscious with broken bones after his homemade “ultralight” crashed in Paulden Thursday afternoon, April 11.
Though Arizona just experienced an exceptionally wet winter, significant wildfire risks remain with the move into spring and summer, according to officials.
For about the past year, Arizona Town Hall has been gathering thoughts and suggestions from communities throughout the state on how to improve Arizona’s criminal justice system.
The two Prescott women suspected of killing their family matriarch in her Country Club Drive home have been officially charged with the crime and bond amounts have been set.
A Prescott home’s interior was ravaged by fire Wednesday morning, April 10, but the building may be salvageable, according to fire officials.
A Prescott woman and her daughter are accused of killing the family’s matriarch in late 2017 and then cashing checks made out to the dead woman for months afterward, according to the Prescott Police Department (PPD).
One of two men accused of selling fentanyl-laced pills in the quad-city area plead guilty to possession of narcotic drugs for sale (class 2 felony) and possession of drug paraphernalia (class 6 felony) Monday morning, April 8.
With the tenacity of a pet seeking a treat, Blue, Prescott Police Department’s sole K-9, briskly sniffed lockers at Prescott High School on Tuesday morning, April 2.
Arizona Public Service (APS) is seeking bids from contractors to build a massive energy storage unit at the utility’s solar plant in Chino Valley.
With family by his side, former Yavapai County Sheriff G.C. “Buck” Buchanan died in Prescott Tuesday, April 2, at the age of 77.
Kenneth Wayne Thompson II sat stone-faced as he was sentenced to death Wednesday, April 3, for murdering a Prescott Valley couple in 2012.
The Prescott Police Department has seen a significant increase in fraud schemes and similar crimes throughout the community recently.
A four-vehicle pileup near Sunset Point on northbound Interstate 17 caused a small brush fire and significant travel delays for motorists Monday morning, April 1.
Fentanyl already has been identified as an incredibly dangerous substance that is responsible for more overdose deaths than any other drug in recent years, but health officials are now learning just how lethal it is and what groups of people are being hit the hardest by this epidemic.
Kenneth Wayne Thompson II’s life is now in the hands of a 12-member jury.
The second of two men suspected of conning an elderly Dewey woman out of $30,000 has been identified by the police and is wanted for questioning.
Dunkin’ Donuts fans will have to wait a couple extra months before biting into their first doughy morsel at the chain restaurant’s upcoming location in Prescott Valley.
Now in its ninth week, the trial of Kenneth Wayne Thompson II for the pre-meditated murder of a Prescott Valley couple in 2012 is progressing through the final of three phases.
Phoenix-based and family-owned Pruitt’s Fine Furniture has officially opened at the former Prescott Valley Kmart building, 7550 E. Highway 89.
A Cordes Lakes man who was shot during an altercation on Thursday, March 21, was arrested on multiple charges once released from a local hospital Monday, March 25.
A Paulden man has been arrested after a police investigation revealed there were 10 pornographic images of children on his personal electronic devices and a number of illegal weapons in his home, including a fully-automatic rifle.
A yurt and trailer belonging to a woman and her two children were completely consumed by fire along Stampede Street in Paulden midday Tuesday, March 19.
A second person has died due to injuries sustained from a major collision on Highway 89 in Chino Valley Monday afternoon, March 18.
One person died and two were seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 89 near Bethany Lane in Chino Valley Monday afternoon, March 18.
Seven people were injured and Highway 89A was closed for about four hours due to a crash on the north end of Prescott Valley Sunday night, March 17.
Of the six people arrested and charged with selling fentanyl in Yavapai County since February 2018, none have been sentenced to serve time in prison.
Faced with a rapidly growing methamphetamine epidemic in the mid-2000s, the Arizona Legislature passed a bill in 2006 that singled out meth dealers.
Puppets, magic tricks and physical comedy are just three of the tools Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) Deputy Scott Reed uses to educate children throughout the county on how to get through their early lives safer and healthier.
A Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) volunteer has been recognized for helping deputies arrest a heavily drunk Cordes Lakes man after a dangerous drive Wednesday night, March 6.
The theft of 236 prescription narcotic pills from Arizona Pioneers’ Home in Prescott about two months ago has startled local health care professionals and raised questions of how something like this could happen.
A three-man team of defense attorneys is now fighting to keep Kenneth Wayne Thompson II alive.
A Mesa man responsible for a belligerent crime spree that started in Mesa one morning and ended on the streets of Prescott that same afternoon has been sentenced to serve 20 years in prison.
One of two young men arrested in November for the alleged possession and transportation of fentanyl for sale has chosen to accept the plea bargain offered by the Yavapai County Attorney’s Office.
This isn’t usually a concern in the quad-city area, but if you have a fire hydrant on or near your property, you may want to consider clearing any snow that has built up around it due to the winter storm that has heavily impacted all of Northern Arizona.
First responders, snow plow operators and cleanup crews have not let up in their efforts to maintain public safety and ensure access to essential services.
All’s good in the neighborhood so far, according to local emergency personnel.
First it was Jared Friederick, 18, in June 2018, and then it was Gunner Bundrick, 19, and Jake Morales, 19, the following November.