Search efforts continued Sunday afternoon for a missing teen-age girl lost in a flash flood Saturday.
One person was killed in a Saturday house fire in Cornville.
Flash flood warnings continue today as rescue workers are trying to locate a teen-age girl washed away Saturday.
Navajo Chief of Police Phillip Francisco sits ramrod straight at his desk, surrounded by manila folders brimming with paperwork and a Darth Vader figurine that wields a pen as a lightsaber.
A federal judge’s ruling that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is unlawful should have no practical impact on more than 600,000 covered immigrants for now – but it is sure to have an emotional impact, advocates say.
Gov. Doug Ducey is doubling down on his refusal to reimpose mitigation measures to help slow the increasing spread of COVID-19.
An organization that pushes for lower taxes and less government regulation is trying to deny Arizonans the option to decide whether they want to approve or veto the $1.9 billion in tax cuts enacted last month by the Republican-controlled legislature.
The City of Cottonwood is not going to take a position — for now — on whether the entire Verde Valley ends up in the same state and federal districts after this year’s redistricting process.
Clarkdale is going to have its say in the redistricting process.
The American Heritage Academy Principal Steve Doerksen is getting a kick out of preparing for his first open house.
Karachi, Pakistan, has 14.91 million and is 8,325 miles from the Verde Lakes properties.
A Rimrock man accused of trying to light a home on fire with his family inside has agreed to a plea bargain and is due to be sentenced next month.
Prosecutors need provide only a credible explanation about removing the only African-Americans from a prospective jury hearing charges against a Black woman to comply with constitutional requirements and have the guilty verdict upheld, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Thursday, July 22.
COVID-19 infections in Arizona are at their highest level since February. The Friday morning report from the Arizona Department of Health Services shows 1,479 new cases, with seven deaths, in the past 24-hour reporting period.
Award-winning journalist Brian M. Bergner Jr. is the new editor of Verde Valley Newspapers, Inc.
Although the percentage of those unwilling to take a COVID-19 vaccine has remained unchanged since May, Arizonans are showing less concern about the risks, according to a new survey by OH Predictive Insights.
The number of migrants stopped at the Southwest border continued to surge last month, to the highest level for June in at least 20 years, but officials caution that those numbers could have been inflated by repeat attempts by the same people.
The City of Sedona is accepting applications for the 2021 Citizens Academy, according to a news release Thursday.
A federal appeals court on Thursday, July 22, tossed out the claims of former state Rep. Don Shooter that his rights were violated when he was expelled in 2018 from the House of Representatives.
The public has no legal right to know the names of jurors who are hearing cases, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled.
The Prescott National Forest Service announced that it has rescinded all fire restrictions, according to a news release Tuesday.
The rush of new COVID-19 cases in Arizona continued Wednesday as the state has seen more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in six of the past seven days.
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office continues its search for a suspect, who allegedly robbed a gas station using a knife last week, according to a news release Wednesday.
Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly has a huge fundraising lead over potential challengers to his 2022 re-election bid, but analysts say that’s still no guarantee in a campaign where both parties are fighting to take control of an evenly divided Senate.
Young has been a part of the gig economy, working for rideshare and food delivery apps, for about four years. He used to drive for Uber and Lyft, but since the pandemic, he only has been delivering food.