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Police K9 sniffs out 18 pounds of meth in Yavapai Co. drug bust
PRESCOTT, Ariz. - The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office busted a 20-year-old man transporting 18 pounds of methamphetamine from Phoenix early Saturday morning thanks to K9 "Haddie."
The Latest: Storm closes eastbound I-40 in Arizona
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The Latest on Arizona weather (all times local):. Eastbound Interstate 40 has been closed in northwestern Arizona because of a storm dumping heavy snow across much of the state's high country.
Snow from Arizona storm 'just getting started' shuts schools
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Schools are closed in cities across northern Arizona's high country due to heavy snowfall from a storm that the National Weather Service warned Thursday "is just getting started."
Arizona Prosecutors Council Backs Criminalization Of Popular Medical Marijuana Products
A council representing 900 Arizona prosecutors has asked the state Supreme Court to uphold a lower court ruling that criminalizes a popular form of medical marijuana. Next month, justices will hear from both sides in the long-running court battle over whether the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act permit
VIDEO: Yavapai County deputies save woman stuck in Verde River rapids
NEAR COTTONWOOD (3TV/CBS 5) -- The Yavapai Sheriff’s Office just released dramatic body camera video of two of its deputies saving a woman who was trapped by submerged boulders in fast-moving water.
Arizona school children are flushing ice cubes down toilets
Schools across northern Arizona were canceled Thursday ahead of the big storm. The school cancellations were welcomed by many children who often turn to superstition to get a snow day off.
The Latest: Rain brings flooding to homes in Yavapai County
Authorities in northern Arizona are helping residents as needed in the wake of heavy overnight flooding caused by rain. The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office says some roads remain closed and some debris lingered Friday morning in Rimrock and Camp Verde.
City of Prescott Prepares for Anticipated Snow Storm
PRESCOTT, AZ (February 20, 2019) – The City of Prescott is gearing up for what appears to be the largest winter storm of the season. Snow is expected to start tonight, with accumulations of 3-5 inches overnight, then major additional accumulations tomorrow. Snow is expected to continue through Frida
Yavapai County Supervisor Smith Hosts February Coffee Chat
Sedona AZ (February 11, 2019) – Yavapai County AZ Supervisor Jack R. Smith will serve as your host for monthly Coffee Chats at the Step One Coffee House, 6719 E 2nd Street, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314.
Closed: Schools, Libraries, More
It's snowing. A lot. And more is coming. Snow Day - Thursday, February 21 : Current Information. Prescott Public Library: Closed. Good morning! If it's a school, it's almost certainly closed. But, in this storm, there are also other offices that are closed. See the list below. Check back frequently
Chino Valley Fire donates lifesaving equipment, training to local church
Student and staff at St. Margaret Mary School in Chino will be a little safer, after medical equipment was donated to the school by a Chino Valley Fire District firefighter and the Chino Valley Fire District.
ADOT- Powerful Winter Storm Hammers Travel Across Much of Arizona
Multiple stretches of Arizona’s highways remained closed Thursday afternoon, Feb. 21, due to a powerful winter storm whose fury continues across much of the state. With the heavy weather expected to last into Friday, the safest option at present is for drivers to delay travel to and through higher e
Snow Forecast Update – Wednesday, Feb 20th Northern Arizona
The storm is on its way and will begin for many late tonight, February 20th. Winter Storm Watches have been upgraded to warnings across all of northern Arizona. Here is a look at forecast snow amounts along I-17 late tonight through Friday afternoon. Difficult to impossible travel conditions are exp
Arizona HS basketball championship still scheduled in Prescott despite snow emergency
PHOENIX — The AIA says it will keep the high school basketball championship tournament as scheduled although the City of Prescott declared an emergency due to a big winter storm Thursday.
ACTION DAY: Southern Arizona will see massive amounts of snow, rain
TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - The Tucson area is in for quite a winter storm as we head into the weekend. The KOLD News 13 First Alert Weather team has declared Action Days for Thursday and Friday due to heavy snow, rain and cold temperatures.
Arizona agencies prepare for incoming winter storm
PHOENIX (FOX 10) - Even the best meteorologists can't predict exactly what's in store for northern Arizona over the next 24 hours, but failing to prepare is preparing to fail. That's the goal of the Arizona Department of Emergency & Military Affairs, to get you ready for the unexpected.
Drone Zone: Railroad gives visitors a view of the Arizona backcountry
VERDE CANYON, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- As the old saying goes, it's not the destination, it's the journey, and that describes this week's edition of FOX 10's Drone Zone: a great rail journey.
‘We really don’t panic’
Being down by five points late in the contest is nothing new for the Winslow girls’ basketball team. The No. 6 seeded Lady Bulldogs (23-5) faced that dilemma on Monday during the quarterfinals of the Arizona 3A state playoffs as they rallied past No. 14 Window Rock by a 59-56 count at the Findlay To
Chinle’s back in!
According to the Chinle High School Vice Principal Jim Dowes, the Chinle Lady Wildcats are back in the Arizona Interscholastic Association 3A State Championship playoff. Chinle played the Sabino Lady Sabercats on Monday and was defeated 55-43, but on Tuesday, the AIA disqualified the Lady Sabercats.
In the know: Tips for staying safe and alert during heavy winter storms
It was all hands on deck in Flagstaff on Wednesday as local and state agencies prepared for a winter storm likely to drop two feet of snow by Friday. Come 3 p.m., Flagstaff Unified School District cancelled school for Thursday, the county closed seven-miles of Lake Mary Road as well as set up an Eme