Here's the latest person sought under the Yavapai Sheriff's July 2019 "Catch 22" program.
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.
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.
A federal court jury has awarded a former state senate staffer $1 million after concluding she was the victim of racial and sex discrimination.
A Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Forest Patrol deputy coordinated a rescue with eight volunteers from the Verde Search and Rescue Team last week.
Coconino County Sheriff’s personnel had to rescue a woman from a cave Saturday.
The Prescott Valley Police Department Criminal Investigations Section is actively investigating potentially a total of 12 cases of alleged child abuse at a child care center. Two facilities are involved.
A Northern Arizona University-bound woman was singled out from 3,700 Phi Theta Kappa members to star in a national marketing campaign.
A longtime resident of the Verde Valley who passed away in 2018, Dena Greenwood, was a naturalist, ornithologist, educator and guide who devoted much of her life to inspiring others to cherish the remarkably diverse habitats that we have in northern Arizona.
The Clarkdale Town Council received some important insights into the segment of the Verde Valley population that requires emergency mental health intervention.
Late last month, a task force mad more than a half-dozen arrests in an attempt to break up a drug operation.
Worldwide price drops in recyclables is just one of many factors affecting recycling in the Verde Valley.
A man who pleaded guilty in February to several sex abuse charges involving minors learned his prison sentence Monday.
More than 200,000 medical marijuana users are at risk, says a new state auditor's report.
Supervisor Smith informed the Board he was appointed by President Trump's administration to serve as the Arizona State Director of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) - Rural Development. He will be filling this role effective July 8, 2019.
Over the next several days, fire managers on the Kaibab National Forest’s south zone will continue operations on multiple prescribed fire projects on both the Williams and Tusayan ranger districts.
A 21-year-old Chino Valley man has been arrested for allegedly providing alcohol and marijuana to a group of underage persons for a party that ended with a 16-year-old girl dead from a gunshot wound to the head, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) reports.
Though parts of Yavapai County have entered into fire restrictions, the Prescott National Forest remain restriction free.
A 19-year-old Chino Valley man has been arrested for the alleged murder of a 16-year-old girl Sunday night, June 16. The killing may have been an accident caused by reckless action during a party, according to law enforcement officials.
CLINTS WELL – Coconino National Forest leadership has issued a temporary closure order for public safety for the Coldwater Fire area where interior pockets of unburned fuel will continue to have fire activity.