he way a federal appellate judge sees it, a squeaky dog toy in the shape of a whiskey bottle, manufactured by an Arizona firm, is "surely not the equivalent of the Mona Lisa.''
Police and sheriff's deputies are legally entitled to enforce emergency proclamations and orders issued by state and local officials, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
The state's estimated 86,000 high school seniors won't be prevented from graduating just because the governor shut down Arizona schools through the end of the academic year.
A Cottonwood man has been arrested for allegedly shooting another man during a camping dispute along the Verde River off Perkinsville Road outside of Jerome.
In response to the impact of COVID-19 in the Verde Valley, Manzanita Outreach has made wholesale changes to its operations in order to meet the growing demand for food assistance locally.
As of Monday afternoon, Verde Valley Medical Center has collected 54 specimens to be tested for the coronavirus, Marketing Specialist Karlee Weiler stated Wednesday in an email.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies late Monday afternoon were on the lookout for a male adult motorist with dementia, who was not supposed to be driving, and was recently released from the Verde Valley Medical Center with a COVID test pending.
For all the efforts of various officials to warn Americans to stay home and not inundate the usual tourist spots amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the message doesn’t appear to have reached many recent visitors to the Verde Valley.
A man accused of killing his father at a Yavapai County campsite in 2016 recently turned himself in and is back in jail in Camp Verde after being released from jail in Maricopa County.
While Clarkdale’s Design Review Board doesn’t have any immediate plans to meet, when it finally does, one of the first items likely to be addressed will be a major project that would put a dent in the Verde Valley’s housing crisis.
Beginning April 7, the Cottonwood Tennis Center will close temporarily for maintenance.
Law enforcement agencies that operate in northeastern Yavapai County have seen dips in a few statistical areas — and increases in a few others — since COVID-19 protocol and closures went into full force.
There are now 1,289 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arizona, according to the Tuesday morning update on the Arizona Department of Health Services website.
School is over for the rest of the year -- at least in the traditional sense.
PHOENIX — “Stay home, Stay healthy, Stay connected” – that’s what the state is asking of fellow Arizonans in the continued effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The number of Arizonans out of work and seeking benefits took another big jump this past week.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) cases in Yavapai County has increased to 19, according to Yavapai County Community Health Services Monday afternoon, March 30.
Verde Valley’s school superintendents will likely meet over the next few days to discuss Monday’s announcement by Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman that the state’s schools will remain closed through the end of the school year.
Minerals Research, Inc. would like to advise that there will be some blasting activity conducted at the slag pile on Thursday, April 2nd.
Abortions remain available in Arizona despite the orders by Gov. Doug Ducey to halt all "non-essential or elective'' surgeries.
Arizona experienced its largest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases between Sunday and Monday with 238 new confirmed cases, bringing the state’s total to 1,157.