How bond amounts are determined
In a recent arrest of two alleged fentanyl dealers in Prescott Valley, both suspects were held in custody on a $3,000 bond each.
The public is welcome to attend an upcoming candlelight vigil to honor the many lives lost to drug-related deaths.
Prescott Valley’s sole Papa John’s Pizza will be returning to the same location after being closed for about three years.
Prescott-based start-up in financial, legal binds
It’s been a difficult couple of months for RESA Wearables and those who used to work for the company.
Suspected overdose remains under investigation
The stepfather of a 33-year-old man who was pronounced dead in his Prescott Valley home midday Wednesday, Dec. 5, has decided to share about the sudden death so the community may continue its battle against lethal drugs.
Initial investigation found that illicit drugs may have been involved
A 33-year-old man was found unresponsive in a Prescott Valley home midday Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Robert Brutinel becomes the “first among equals”
Robert Brutinel has been elected to serve a five year term as Arizona Supreme Court’s chief justice starting July 1.
US Postal Service, most federal entities will close to observe ‘National Day of Mourning’
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and most other federal entities will be closed Wednesday, Dec. 5, in observance of the National Day of Mourning for George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30, at age 94.
The Firefighter Angel Foundation, along with assistance from Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) and Prescott Fire Department crews, did some shopping at Walmart Friday, Nov. 30, for some very lucky kids this coming Christmas.
Students reported feeling ill; classrooms deemed safe
Three classrooms at Bradshaw Mountain High School were evacuated midday Monday, Dec. 3, after students reported feeling ill.