“Deaths of despair” have grown more slowly in Arizona than in the nation as whole since 2005, but death rates in the state still exceed the nation in every category, according to a recent national survey.
Arizona Depart of Transportation traffic cameras captured some delays near mile marker 254 on Friday afternoon, where a fire in the Bumble Bee area, north of Sunset Point.
Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter has announced a vacancy on the Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education Governing Board, representing the Clarkdale-Jerome School District, effective Sept. 25.
Monday, Aug. 19, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will vote to set primary and secondary property tax rates for 2019.
Washington, D.C. is full of popular tourist sites that are monuments to American history, from the White House to the Capitol, from Arlington National Cemetery to Congressional Cemetery.
The message from Prescott City Council members to top officials of the state’s public-safety pension system was succinct and sometimes angry this week.
Yavapai College has hired Dr. Diane Ryan as its new vice president of strategic initiatives. She will begin her new role in the $157,000-per-year year position Sept. 3.
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approved a new Criminal Justice Center for the Prescott area – Option 1 of three – after hearing from Facilities and Parks Director Kenny Van Keuren at the Wednesday, Aug. 7, board meeting in Prescott.
With two mass shootings fresh on people's minds the top state House Democrat wants a special session to debate -- and presumably enact -- a series of gun control measures.
Saturday, at about 1:30 p.m., Yavapai County Sherrif’s deputies were dispatched to the Granite Mountain Hotshot Memorial trail near Yarnell regarding a 59-year-old woman suffering from heatstroke, according to a news release.
Arizona has one of the highest drug overdose mortality rates in the United States, and Mohave County has the highest numbers of death from opioid-related overdose in Arizona, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services. Kingman, being a transportation hub, is exposed to main distribution routes in the U.S.
The incident management team handling the Museum Fire issued its final update Friday.
A study by Peterson’s, LendEDU has determined that Arizona ranks No. 48 in the nation for need-based scholarships and grants per student to attend college.
Tuesday, the fire received rain into the afternoon, bringing much-needed moisture, but also pausing suppression repair efforts.
A federal appeals court has thrown out a bid by environmental groups to challenge expanded coal mining on the Navajo Reservation that powers the Four Corners Power Plant.
The fire chief from a small town south of Kingman turned himself into Mohave County Sheriff’s Office detectives for embezzlement.
The state’s top prosecutor has approved an experimental program designed to get marijuana dispensaries out of the business of having to pay their bills with suitcases and sacks full of cash.
Cool, moist weather is keeping the Cellar Fire in check, with no additional growth since Saturday, July 20, the Forest Service reported.
A couple dozen families on Elden Lookout Road were allowed to return to their homes Wednesday afternoon, but residents of other neighborhoods threatened by the Museum Fire remain on alert to leave at a moment’s notice.
Tuesday evening, fire officials had some good news to present at a community meeting.
Some neighborhoods in the northeast part of the Flagstaff area were added to the “Set” stage (pre-evacuation) stage early Monday afternoon as a result of what's being called the "Museum" mountaintop fire.
A mountaintop fire burning in the Flagstaff area can be seen all over northern Arizona.