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Arizonans having fun in feet of snow left by winter storm

A huge winter storm has come and gone, and though the feet of snow it dropped prompted some areas to declare a state of emergency, it also provided Arizonans with plenty of ways to entertain themselves.

12NEWS.COM

Verde Valley towns work to reopen after biggest snow storm in years

According to the National Weather Service Flagstaff office, 8 inches fell on Cottonwood Thursday, along with 2 hitting Camp Verde. NWS meteorologist Jonathan Suk said that much of Thursday’s snow melted by the end of the day, but an additional 5 inches fell in Cottonwood Thursday night into Friday m

JOURNALAZ.COM

Arizona Border Patrol agents arrest two gang members

TUCSON – Southern Arizona Border Patrol agents arrested two notorious gang members in separate incidents this week after they re-entered the country illegally, authorities said.

PINALCENTRAL.COM

Snowfall totals from Northern Arizona

NORTHERN ARIZONA (3TV/CBS 5) -- The National Weather Service released its latest snowfall totals for Northern Arizona Friday evening. It's still snowing east of Flagstaff, so some of these numbers will change over the next few hours.

AZFAMILY

Former Yuma County judge may join Arizona Supreme Court

A former Yuma County Superior Court judge who is currently sitting as an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge could be tapped by Governor Doug Ducey to fill a vacancy on the Arizona Supreme Court.

YUMA DAILY SUN

U.S. Senate passes Cottonwood Land Exchange

Among the many provisions of the bill, there are five pages devoted to what was originally introduced in Congress as the Cottonwood Land Exchange Act. The bill proposed swapping a patch of land in Cornville owned by the U.S. Forest Service for a parcel on the edge of Cottonwood on Mingus Avenue owne

JOURNALAZ.COM

Arizona HS basketball championship in Prescott back on after being postponed

PRESCOTT, Ariz. - The Arizona high school division 1A and 2A basketball tournaments are back on, again, after being postponed due to severe winter weather on Friday morning. Just yesterday, in the wake of a winter storm affecting most of the northern half of the state, the Arizona Interscholastic As

12NEWS.COM

Crafted & Chic: Old Town Cottonwood goes uptown

COTTONWOOD, AZ (ARIZONA HIGHWAYS TV) - If you’re looking to get away for the weekend or even the day, Cottonwood may just be that magical spot you’re looking for. It’s only a couple hours north of Phoenix in the heart of the Verde Valley. The city gets its name from a circle of 16 Cottonwood trees n

AZFAMILY

Police searching for man wanted for violating parole in Arizona

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The Albuquerque Police Department needs help tracking down a dangerous felon. Wednesday night, Bosque Farms Police tried to pull over John Remalia in Peralta, but Remalia fled.

KRQE NEWS 13

Cottonwood City Council to fill Kyla Allen’s seat

Allen’s exit also means that the city has to find her replacement. The city is holding an open application process for qualified applicants in the city, who will then be interviewed by the Cottonwood City Council at a future meeting before the council votes on their new member.

JOURNALAZ.COM

Snow in the Arizona desert

A snowstorm that swept through the hills of Scottsdale, Arizona left an unusual -- and beautiful -- visual of snow on the state's iconic saguaro cactus plants as seen from a helicopter. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

REUTERS

Cottonwood families face big cleanup after flooding

COTTONWOOD, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- A Cottonwood family spent their Saturday cleaning storm debris from their yard, after flood water ripped through the first level of their home Friday morning.

AZFAMILY

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."

12NEWS.COM

Storm updates: Payson emergency, 40 inches of snow in Flagstaff, snow closes trails in Scottsdale

All week the huge storm that was set to park itself over Arizona for two straight days was being referred to as a winter storm seen "once in a decade." As Thursday came to an end, it was pretty clear that may just be the case.

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Winter weather, crashes, disabled vehicles close highways in northern Arizona

PHOENIX (ADOT) -- Winter weather and crashes have closed multiple highways in northern Arizona, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Drivers should delay travel across northern Arizona during the current winter storm because heavy snow or crashes could make roads impassable.

AZFAMILY

Arizona marshal disciplined after he threatened to arrest a 12-year-old journalist

An Arizona law enforcement official has reportedly been disciplined after he was caught on camera threatening to arrest a 12-year-old reporter this week. Hilde Lysiak is a young journalist who publishes the Orange Street News out of her parents’ home in Selinsgrove, Pa.

THE HILL

City of Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli Rescinds Proclamation of Emergency

Snowstorm Dumped 20+ Inches in Downtown Prescott - Snow Removal Will Continue Through Next Week. Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli today rescinded the Proclamation of Emergency, related to the snow event which took place in Prescott February 21 and 22. The proclamation, which was in accordance with ARS

SIGNALSAZ

Velocity sells 4 La-Z-Boy stores in Arizona

Darren Pitts of Velocity Retail Group and Bob Crum of Ross Brown Partners represented the Seller in a multi-property investment sale that included four individual La-Z-Boy Showrooms throughout Arizona. The Seller was Edward O. Breunig, III an independent dealer whose company EBCO, Inc. built the lar

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Snow Status Report from City of Prescott

The Prescott Public Library will be closed for the day on Friday. City Hall is expected to be open Friday with minimal staffing. There will be no collection of payments expected today or Friday and any bills that are due or overdue will be excused until Monday, February 25, 2019.

PRESCOTTENEWS.COM

Make a Snowman, Enter to Win 2 Lift Tickets to Arizona Snowbowl

Enter To Win (2) Lift Tickets to Snowbowl Arizona in Flagstaff and a $25 gift certificate to Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant in Prescott Valley. Snowman pic with the most votes wins.

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