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Yavapai Silent Witness introduces new online tip system

Tipsters can now send photos, videos, audio files

Yavapai Silent Witness now has a new online tip system that allows anonymous tipsters to deliver tips in three different ways.

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Arizona Supreme Court visits Prescott

Justices visit for outreach, hear oral arguments; PHS alum Robert Brutinel honored by school

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.

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Dump truck rolls on Highway 89A; driver seriously injured

A dump truck carrying rocks rolled on Highway 89A near Granite Dells Parkway shortly after noon, Wednesday, April 17.

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Deputies seeking hit-and-run vehicle, suspect

Upwards of $1,000 in damage done to fence

If you’ve seen a damaged Dodge being driven around Prescott in the last few days, you might be able to help local authorities locate the suspect of a recent hit-and-run.

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Fentanyl arrests, deaths are low so far this year in Yavapai County, but risks remain

PANT officials believe some behaviors are changing regarding use of dangerous drug

Since January, only one individual has been arrested in Yavapai County for selling fentanyl. Albeit, it was a large bust.

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An officer to remember: Prescott Police spokesman, lead officer retiring after 30 years of service

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.

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Small, homemade ‘ultralight’ aircraft crashes in Paulden

Pilot receives broken bones, flown to Flagstaff Medical Center

The pilot of a small aircraft was found conscious with broken bones after his homemade “ultralight” crashed in Paulden Thursday afternoon, April 11.

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Fire season looms: Officials remind residents to do their part to ease danger

Wet winter could fuel trouble in spring and summer

Though Arizona just experienced an exceptionally wet winter, significant wildfire risks remain with the move into spring and summer, according to officials.

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Prescott officials discuss criminal justice in Arizona

Make recommendations on how to improve system

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.

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Woman jailed on $1M bond, daughter held without bail in death of family matriarch

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.

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