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Prescott Valley man mistaken for attempted murder suspect
Tuesday morning, June 12, he was doing just that when an Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) highway patrol vehicle pulled him over along Interstate 17.
YCSO: Officers searching for homicide suspect in Camp Verde, Rimrock area
D'Evelyn said the suspect is described as a white male, six feet tall and is wearing a black or blue shirt, black shorts and possibly black gloves.
Former teacher from Prescott Valley arrested, accused of sexual relationship with student
The La Paz County Sheriff's Office said its Investigations Unit was notified of the relationship between Michael O'Boyle, a former teacher at Salome High School, near Salome Road and U.S. 60, and a former student in April 2018.
A new road for the Verde Valley? Yavapai County wants to hear from you
Supervisor Randy Garrison added, “This is one of the most important initiatives in this County. This new route could reduce emergency response times, relieve congestion, and provide a critical link for our network. We need to hear from our residents and businesses, and make this a community conversa
Danny Howe given three more years as middle school principal, one more year as administrator-in-charge at Camp Verde Unified
“Bringing the district together, unifying the district to do its best for our students and for the community” are Howe’s goals as the district’s lead administrator, he said.
Need2Know: Prescott Junction restaurant mulls sale; the Event Spot now open; and Edelweiss Boutique in new location with new owner
Answering the rumor that his restaurant is up for sale, Don Burton said, “We’re contemplating (a sale). I’m thinking about it. I’m going to be 72 this year. But we have not listed it yet. We’re in pre-discussion.”
Woman who claimed she was kidnapped arrested in Prescott homicide case
The news release states that at about 11:50 a.m. Thursday, June 21, “a call was received from the Arizona Department of Public Safety advising they located a vehicle on Interstate 17 at Highway 179 which was occupied by a lone female subject whose hands were tied to the steering wheel and reported t
Tiny homes grow in popularity, but where can you put them?
Tiny houses have received major attention over the past few years, but, although potential buyers view them with fondness, these small homes often come with big problems when their owners want to place them on land within incorporated areas.
Overheated hiker rescued from Watson Lake area by Prescott Fire
An overheated hiker, unable to continue, was rescued by Prescott Fire Department on one of the trails by Watson Lake at about 11 a.m. Saturday, June 23, according to Battalion Chief Scott Luedeman.
Suspect in Prescott murder sought in Rimrock area manhunt
The Ranger One DPS helicopter and special weapons teams from surrounding communities are assisting with the search for a murder suspect. According to YCSO, the murder happened in Prescott Thursday morning, June 21, 2018. The search for the suspect is currently taking place in the Rimrock, Arizona ar
Authorities searching for armed and dangerous man north of Camp Verde
YCSO says he is a white man, about 6-feet tall, wearing a black or blue shirt with black shorts and possibly black gloves.
Cottonwood man arrested for assaulting police officer
According to a news release from Cottonwood Police Dept. Sgt. Monica Kuhlt, officers were called to Walmart Thursday around 6:30 p.m. following complaints of a disorderly man threatening people inside the store. The man, later identified as 20-year-old Scott Cunningham of Cottonwood, left the store
Prescott woman accused of killing man, faking kidnapping
PRESCOTT, Ariz. - Police say a Prescott woman made up a story about being kidnapped to hide her role in her boyfriend's killing.Prescott police spokesman Dave Fuller said Friday that 57-year-old Sharalyn Stura is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder.The Arizona Department of Public Safety
Update: One person killed in semi-truck crash on I-17
One person was killed in a semi-truck crash along Interstate 17 Wednesday at noon, officials say.According to Kameron Lee, public information officer for the Arizona Department of Public Safety, a truck tractor transporting a box trailer of garlic was heading northbound on 1-17 traveling down the gr
3:15 update: Expect long delays on I-17 northbound near Camp Verde
PHOENIX – Traffic is backed up 5 miles on Interstate 17 northbound before Camp Verde due to an earlier crash, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.The left lane remains blocked at milepost 283. Motorists should plan for additional travel time.
Motorcycle rider crashes into bighorn sheep on SR 260
“Upon arrival, units found one motorcycle with a single patient, the patient was up and walking around,” according to the news release. “The information given by DPS was that the rider had struck a bighorn sheep. After initial evaluation it was decided to fly the patient to an area trauma center. DP
Camp Verde council approves tentative budget
But council added an additional $1.5 million of debt, just in case the Town purchases the Camp Verde Water Company sometime between July 1 and June 30, 2019.
Prescott Valley horse track changes name to Arizona Downs
PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. (AP) — The new ownership group of the horse track in Prescott Valley has changed Yavapai Downs' name to Arizona Downs.That was the name of a former racetrack in Phoenix that opened in 1951 at one site and later ran its annual race meetings by leasing Turf Paradise before ceasi
Prescott police crack murder investigation case
The woman, Sharalyn Stura, allegedly faked her own kidnapping in an attempt to cover up the crime, PPD reported Friday morning, June 22.
Camp Verde approved for International Dark Sky status
Next ArticleCongressional candidate campaigns on conservatismAfter weeks of waiting, on June 9, the Town of Camp Verde received news regarding an application it submitted in March to the International Dark-Sky Association, a nonprofit devoted to limiting light pollution worldwide.Camp Verde has rece