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‘Error’ in park service’s Lake Mead plan jolts Arizona community
The National Park Service accidentally left a key detail out of its new low-water plan for Lake Mead, much to the dismay of residents in the small, lake-crazy community of Meadview, Arizona.
10 animal experiences in Arizona to try
Here are 10 places in Arizona where you can experience animals up close and personal, as featured in the latest issue of Experience AZ magazine. Things to know: The employees at Out of Africa stress one thing — this place is not a zoo. Rather, it’s an immersive experience that allows one the sensati
Baylor vs. Arizona game thread
Line: Arizona -7 Which TV channel is Baylor-Arizona on?. Baylor-Arizona will be televised on ESPN2. Roxy Bernstein and Bill Walton will be calling the game. The stream of Baylor-Arizona can be viewed on ESPN.com and the WatchESPN app.
Photos: Baylor 58, Arizona 49, NCAA men's basketball
Baylor beats Arizona at McKale Center, 58-49, to end the Wildcats' nonconference homecourt win streak.
Hospital raises money for WHS culinary class
The employees at Wickenburg Community Hospital devised a way to give back to the community with a new program called “Jean Day for Charity”. Once a month, on a designated day, WCH employees have the option to pay $5 to wear jeans to work. WCH presented a check in the amount of $1,254.10 to WHS Skill
Elk’s lodge starts new ‘Antler’ youth program
The Wickenburg Elk’s Lodge has started a new program called “The Antler Program”, which is for youth 10-20 years of age that would like to join their peers in helping their community. The lodge is in the beginning stages of this program and are inviting more kids to join. They will have monthly meet
Meeting the Jolly Old Elf
Ashlynn Schultheis (6) (right) smiles at her brother Landon (4) as he visits with Santa Claus at the Cops Who Care Santa Fest last weekend held at the Webb Center. Children and their families were able take a picture with Santa, make snowman cookies and work on projects at an arts and crafts table w
Spillane, Acuna earn most valuable honors
Seniors Levi Spillane and Gabriela Acuna received the Most Valuable awards at the Wickenburg High School cross country team’s recent season-ending awards banquet. Spillane led the Wranglers’ boys team most of the season, while Acuna was the leader on the two-member girls team. She also shared the te
Arizona county sees spike in hepatitis A cases
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Health officials in southern Arizona are reporting an increase in hepatitis A cases in Pima County, prompting a partnership among local health agencies to boost vaccinations and awareness.
Forest Service plans camping crackdown along Arizona 260 and Salt Mine Road corridor
CAMP VERDE – As cooler weather approaches Arizona, visitors begin to flock to the Verde Valley to enjoy their favorite outdoor activities. Many of these visitors enjoy dispersed camping in the Verde Valley on forest lands.
Potential Arizona Senate pick lashed Trump on Twitter
A contender to receive Gov. Doug Ducey’s appointment to serve as Arizona’s next senator was sharply critical of President Trump during the 2016 campaign. Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is on Ducey’s list of possible appointees as he mulls whom to choose to succeed Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., wh
Edward Jones hosts holiday open house
Ken Heineman, a local financial advisor for the financial services firm Edward Jones, is inviting the public to attend a holiday open house from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Dec. 17 - 20, at 581 West Wickenburg Way, Suite A.
Upcoming coyote-killing contest draws ire from Arizona town, animal-rights groups
A tournament this weekend in central Arizona that rewards the team that kills the most coyotes has some communities on edge. Call-in the Country, a group dedicated to predator hunting, is hosting its annual Santa Slay Coyote Tournament on Saturday and Sunday somewhere in central Arizona. While coyot
Arizona’s two abandoned-mine inspectors face daunting task: ‘We’re all by ourselves’
WICKENBURG – Jerry Tyra started working underground in 1960, drilling ore samples to help mine companies figure out whether to develop a mine site. Since 2007, the 75-year-old has been doing a different kind of exploration: scouring the state for the thousands of abandoned mines some of his former e
Lady Wranglers hope to pull off upset
Wickenburg High School’s girls basketball team hopes to pull a big upset this week that might be a highlight of its season. The young Lady Wranglers who started the season with just four seniors and a couple freshman starters will face a team that defeated them earlier this season by 30 points.
Republican Senator Kyl to resign on Dec. 31: Arizona governor
PHOENIX, Ariz. (Reuters) - Republican U.S. Senator Jon Kyl, who was appointed to replace the late John McCain, will step down from office on Dec. 31, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said in a statement on Friday.
Cloudy but warmer weather moves into Arizona
PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- Pretty nice weather for mid December is expected this weekend with temperatures a few degrees warmer than normal. For Friday through Saturday, high pressure will keep conditions dry but allow high clouds to increase across Arizona as an area of low pressure develops around
Arizona Judge Orders Deportation of Mexican Activist Who Claimed Asylum
An Arizona judge ordered the deportation of an activist who claimed she would be targeted if removed to her native Mexico. Immigration Judge Thomas Michael O’Leary denied Alejandra Pablos’s asylum request on Dec. 11 and ordered her removed from the United States.
Maricopa County Dems Yank Support For Phoenix Councilman Nowakowski
The Maricopa County Democratic Party on Saturday passed a resolution to withdraw support for embattled Phoenix city council member Michael Nowakowski. The resolution refers to comments made by Nowakowski in 2016 opposing same sex marriage and allowing transgender people to use the restroom of their
Arizona newspaper publisher uses his publication to accuse wife of poisoning attempt
PRESCOTT, Ariz. — An award-winning Arizona newspaper publisher and his wife are locked in a bizarre divorce case that has morphed into something more: a journalism ethics saga.