Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office personnel responded to a homicide scene in the Congress area, southwest of Prescott, Thursday evening, and made an arrest.
The Cellar Fire, burning south of Prescott, doesn’t appear to be slowing down.
Clarkdale proposes property tax levy increases once again, but its property tax base is healthier than it was six years ago.
Tuesday, much could be decided for the next fiscal year for the Town of Clarkdale.
A fire closure order went into effect Thursday morning, July 18. It includes everything south of Wolf Creek including Potato Patch, south to the community of Crown King, which remains open for business. (PNF/Courtesy)
From every $100 that Yavapai County’s residents spend on property taxes, 17 cents goes into a general fund.
Sedona residents will have an opportunity to provide direct input on state legislation that governs short-term rentals at a July 24 listening session held by their state senator.
Camp Verde Community Church is once again providing backpacks to local children so they can be ready for school.
An environmental group took the first steps Wednesday to filing suit against the U.S. Forest Service for failing to live up to its promise to keep cattle away from streams in eastern Arizona.
Take precautions to avoid the many health concerns that go with mosquito bites.
Chameleons change their color to fit in with their background -- and abandon their own authenticity.
Reno and Sheila McCormick will perform at the Beaver Creek Adult Center this weekend.
The new associate editor of the Verde Independent has been to a unique combination of places.
The Prescott National Forest (PNF) has upgraded its management of the Cellar Fire, a wildfire that was started by lightning near Wagoner on Sunday, July 14.
Water rates for Cottonwood residents won't go up until July 2020.
Here's the latest person sought under the Yavapai Sheriff's July 2019 "Catch 22" program.
Yavapai County announced Wednesday that it would like to link State Route 260 to Cornville Road with a connector road from Coury Drive to Beaverhead Flat Road.
With fires currently burning to the north, west and east, Verde Valley residents can expect more smoke-filled skies Wednesday.
According to the Cottonwood Police Department, a music store suffered a major loss Monday morning.
Minerals Research, Inc. would like to advise there will be some blasting activity conducted at the slag pile on Friday, July 19th,
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Council will consider a resolution that would designate Finnie Flat Road, Main Street and Montezuma Castle Highway from the Y-intersection to Black Bridge as a commercial tourism zone.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors promised to build a new jail by raising property taxes if voters rebuffed efforts to pass a sales tax increase in November 2014. That ballot measure narrowly failed; now, supervisors are making good on their vow.
At a special Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting Monday, the board unanimously voted to make Mary Mallory the new District 5 supervisor.