One flown to Flagstaff with serious injuries
A crash at the intersection of Glassford Hill Road and Florentine Road blocked traffic for about an hour Tuesday morning, Sept. 25.
Homeless veterans in Arizona looking to stabilize their lives now have one less financial burden to worry about.
Need2Know: Krispy Kreme bails on PV; Western Heritage Foundation filling vacancy on Whiskey Row; car wash developments in PV; new Alfonso’s in Prescott
In early July, it was reported that Krispy Kreme had gone through an initial project review process with the Town of Prescott Valley regarding a stand-alone building in the Crossroads shopping center.
Video that set response into motion was of drill team student
No one will be facing charges in connection to the report of an armed individual at Prescott High School on Friday, Sept. 14.
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.
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.
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.
Incident was highly unusual for CAFMA service territory
Firefighters with the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) were called to handle a highly unusual situation for them early Sunday morning, Sept. 16. A train passing through Paulden reported two train cars on fire.
Town Hall: What can be done to improve the system?
More than $1 billion is spent annually in Arizona to maintain the state’s criminal justice system, according to data gathered by Arizona Town Hall, an independent nonprofit membership organization.
Members will be required to go through Open Meeting Law training sessions
In early August, the Arizona Attorney General‘s Office found that members of the Central Yavapai Fire District (CYFD) board violated Arizona open meeting law on several occasions dating back as far as December 2017.