With cases of COVID-19 moving in the wrong direction, some areas of Arizona are again recommending masks in public indoor settings.
Verde Valley Fire District responded to a single-vehicle rollover on Camino Real Saturday
A group of several-hundred women and men joined the hundreds of protests across the nation on Saturday, June 25, marching down State Route 89A chanting and carrying signs protesting the Supreme Court decision striking down Roe v. Wade in a decision released Friday.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office reported one man died after a shooting Sunday.
A Sedona woman missing since June 19 has still not been found, but her vehicle was located Sunday, June 26.
The Cottonwood City Clerk is hosting an informal meet-and-greet for council candidates on Thursday, June 30.
Four people were transported to the Verde Valley Medical Center with injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening after a collision on State Route 89A on Thursday, June 23, around 1 p.m.
A Sedona woman has been reported missing since Sunday, June 19.
The League of Women Voters of Northern Arizona is hosting forums involving Verde Valley candidates running for office in the Aug. 2, primary election. All forums will be videotaped, posted to YouTube, and publicized when available.
Sedona Fire District firefighters responded to a roadside brush fire on State Route 89A Monday afternoon
Springs are immensely important to Arizona’s ecosystems and its people, and springs can tell us a lot about both, according to Abe Springer, whose Northern Arizona University research team studies spring water and groundwater and their effects on the environment.
The Arizona sunshine can make any car window seem like a magnifying glass, but tinted windows can be too dark, and motorists are getting pulled over for them.
The Town of Camp Verde stayed well ahead of its liabilities last fiscal year, according to its financial statements.
A cow died in Rimrock.
The town began operating under “Demand Reduction Strategy II – Water Emergency” on Wednesday, as the Council discussed replacing or refurbishing one of the town’s large water tanks.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday, June 15, approved preliminary state funding for a high-tech emergency alert system that county law-enforcement officers could use to respond faster to a school with an active shooter on campus.
The Cottonwood Police Department is trained and well-equipped to respond to an “active shooter/active assailant” situation at local schools.
There were tears, hugs and excitement – and a reminder of a complicated history – as both a town council and a tribal council, in separate meetings, approved an intergovernmental agreement 20 years in the making.