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Ranch to Table, A Culinary Event Celebrating Prescott Valley, to Take Place Thursday, May 9th

Kicking off the 41st annual Prescott Valley Days on Thursday night, May 9th, is the second annual “Ranch to Table” dinner. As the Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 45th Anniversary, they continue to recognize the community roots; its history and this year its businesses. Business is


2 men linked to death of Henderson man arrested in Arizona

Officers in Phoenix on Wednesday arrested two men linked to the suspicious death of a Nevada man found dead last week in his Henderson home, Henderson police said Thursday. The Henderson and Phoenix police departments arrested Victor Denogean, 21, and Jose Ortiz-Casillas, 20, each on one charge of m


Top 5 Reasons Why Your Home Will Not Sell Quickly

Overall, we’ve been experiencing a housing market very favorable to sellers in Prescott and Prescott Valley for quite some time now. What conditions create such a strong seller’s market? The inventory of homes for sale has been lower than usual, mortgage rates are still reasonable, and our area cont


Their son overdosed. Now they're sharing his story at Country Thunder.

Ray and Terri Morales from Prescott Valley refer to their community at Country Thunder Arizona as "framily." That is, friends and family who are here to celebrate the country music festival in Florence.


Arizona governor signs 'Blow Dry Freedom' law

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) signed a bill into law Tuesday to abolish occupational licensing requirements to blow dry hair in the state, a move he has praised as a “big win for freedom and Arizona workers.”


It Soon Will Be Illegal to Text and Drive in Arizona

The Arizona House of Representatives on Thursday passed two bills that would prohibit forms of distracted driving. One of the approved bills, sponsored by Republican State Representative Noel Campbell, targets people who use their cellphones while driving. The other bill, sponsored by State Senator


Town of Prescott Valley Hosts 16th Annual Eggstravaganza and Family Arts Festival

Event Begins at 9:00 AM on Saturday, April 13th, 2019 on the Prescott Valley Civic Center Grounds. The Town of Prescott Valley hosts their 16th annual Eggstravaganza and Family Arts Festival starting at 9:00 am Saturday, April 13th, 2019 on the Prescott Valley Civic Center grounds. This two for one


Arizona police release graphic video of deadly officer-involved shooting

Arizona police released a video Wednesday that showed a man throwing a wrench at deputies before they shot him to death while responding to a call from family members concerned for the man’s mental health on Friday.


Company in Arizona says it can build border wall better, faster and cheaper than anyone

COOLIDGE, Arizona — The states neighboring Mexico are looking at options, along with the federal government, on how to build a fence or wall along the border. Build 218 miles of border fence with access roads for the Border Patrol. Incorporate high-tech surveillance and facial recognition cameras. P


Wildlife officials say 2019's first known Southeast Arizona bear sighting was April 2

Wildlife officials thought they had a video, with a timestamp showing April 6, of Southeast Arizona's first confirmed bear sighting of 2019, but they've since obtained an earlier photo.


Arizona lawmakers pass cellphone driving ban, sends bill to Ducey

PHOENIX — Editor's note: In the above video, the father-in-law of police Officer Clayton Townsend makes his plea for passing a statewide distracted driving law. Townsend was killed when he was struck by a car operated by a man texting.


Dump Truck Rollover After Tire Blowout

The incident occurred at Hwy 89A and Granite Dells Parkway overpass. At noon on Wednesday, several drivers witnessed a dump truck carrying boulders lose control after its front right tire failed. The incident occurred on Hwy. 89A at the Granite Dells Parkway overpass and ultimately resulted in the v


Arizona State University denies professor’s allegations of intentional failing

TEMPE, AZ — Arizona State University is strongly denying allegations of price gouging students for grant money and intentionally failing a large percentage of economics students. The accusations came from a professor whose contract is not being renewed at the end of the school year.


Let's Go Places in Arizona: Saguaro National Park and Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

We stopped in two places near Tucson where you can experience the desert of the American Southwest. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is not your typical museum. It’s part zoo, botanical garden, art gallery, and natural history museum.


Tucson advocates celebrate hands-free future in Arizona

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - Two state bills to ban distracted driving in Arizona are heading to Governor Doug Ducey’s desk. HB 2318 is a hands-free requirement similar to the laws already in effect in Tucson, Oro Valley and Pima County. This would be a primary offense, meaning police could pull you


Police: Body found in Prescott ID'd; Murder occurred in 2016

PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) - Authorities say a decomposed body found in a Prescott home has been positively identified and it appears the victim was killed in 2016. Prescott police also announced Tuesday that the Yavapai County Medical Examiner’s Office has determined that blunt force trauma was the cause


Embry-Riddle Prescott Students Receive Prestigious Fellowship from National Science Foundation

PRESCOTT – Three aerospace engineering students from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott campus have been awarded or received honorable mention for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP).


Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters Names Erin Mabery New Executive Director of the Agency

The board of Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters unanimously appointed Erin Mabery Executive Director of the agency during their April 16th meeting. “Erin has been instrumental in helping this agency to navigate through some challenging times and the board feels she is the ideal person to continue to l


Runners honor Brian Mickelsen with race

The run/walk evolved out of the Verde/Mingus Blowout that the town has been holding since 1992, after Cottonwood’s beloved City Manager Brian Mickelsen died on a training run in 2007. For each year since, Mickelsen’s widow Lin has remained as a fixture of the race, including this year, when she chee


CCS students cooperate on mural

Joan Bourque, a Clarkdale resident who for years has led a public art project, Murals For Everyone, directs the kid in their painting. In January, Bourque assisted students at Dr. Daniel Bright School with a mural in one of its hall- ways and she helped the Camp Verde community paint a town mural on