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.
Quiet on the front, very few crashes
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.
Trial moves on to death penalty eligibility phase
The court is expected to begin the penalty phase next week, at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27.
Firefighters use sodium bicarbonate to neutralize the chemical
An acid spill right outside Prescott Fire Department’s headquarters at 1700 Iron Springs Road closed Williamson Valley Road for about an hour Monday night, Feb. 18.
National Weather Service warns of major winter storm approaching Prescott, Prescott Valley area
Sunday night’s blizzard was a pretty healthy one in the Quad Cities, but Thursday’s could easily surpass it.
Few crashes, weather-related emergencies reported due to storm
Unlike the quick-moving storm that tore through Northern Arizona on New Year’s Eve day, Sunday night’s winter storm required significantly less emergency responses from local fire and police.
Jurisdiction moving to 100% cost recovery
Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) will be increasing its fire inspection fees as of March 1 to match the cost of providing the service.
Jury will deliberate the case on Wednesday
Why and how Kenny Wayne Thompson II killed his sister-in-law and her fiancé in their Prescott Valley home on March 16, 2012, was the topic of debate in the final day of Thompson’s murder trial Friday, Feb. 15.