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Two people were injured after a multi-vehicle accident Thursday afternoon in Prescott Valley. Police say the four-car collision took place at around 4:35 p.m. at
Things are looking up in regards to COVID-19 in Coconino County. According to county COVID data, Coconino County hasn’t recorded a virus death since the
The Department of Forestry and Fire Management has issued the first fire restrictions of the season. Friday morning at 8 a.m., Stage One fire restrictions
A Dewey man has been arrested after he got into an argument with a Prescott Valley man after he allegedly drove his truck into the
The Arizona Supreme Court will hear a defamation case involving District 6 State Senator Wendy Rogers. The “Arizona Capitol Times” reports Rogers attacked her opponent,
The Prescott Unified School District School Board voted 4-1 to reinstitute a mask requirement for all students, teachers and staff at their board meeting Tuesday.
Governor Ducey signed a bill into law today that will allow community colleges to offer four-year degrees. Ducey says “this is “Opportunity for All” in
Two Arizonans are being honored with the JFK Profile in Courage Award, with one of the two being from Flagstaff. Darrell Marks is the Native
Governor Doug Ducey rescinded an executive order Monday that waives the requirement that a person receiving unemployment benefits must be actively looking for work in