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Prescott Valley Parks & Recreation Commission Seeks Public’s Input on Inclusive/Accessible Playground

The Prescott Valley Parks & Recreation Commission, along with a number of residents, is working to select the design and amenities for an inclusive and accessible playground at the Granville subdivision’s new park.


Don’t Tempt a Thief !!

On these cold winter mornings, it might seem like a good idea to start your car to let it warm up while you finish getting ready for work or school, but the Prescott Valley Police Department warns people to be extra careful if they do this. Unattended cars warming in driveways and parking lots are e


Scammers put new disguise on common scheme – the Arizona Supreme Court

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- You know the scam. We’ve told you about it in all of its many ever-changing forms. You get a call from somebody needing or demanding money. Perhaps they tell you that you owe the IRS money. Maybe the caller poses as a relative in dire straits, desperately in need of your help.


One of A Kind Trophy Up for Grabs at the Rough Rider 100 Race of Champions in Prescott Valley

AMA Field Craft Survival Rough Rider 100 Race of Champions to Take Place President's Day Weekend at Prescott Valley’s Lynx Creek. At high noon on Sunday, February 18th, one hundred of the best off-road motorcycle racers from the across the United States and Canada, recognized by the premier sanction


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.


After Thursday flooding, at least a foot of weekend snow expected

Todd Whitney, director of Coconino County Emergency Management, walked around the county looking for damage after Thursday night's rain in Sedona and saw water lines on homes that were 2 to 3 feet high.


Arizona Democrat wants to ban 'In God We Trust' license plates because it funds religious liberty group

An Arizona state lawmaker is trying to get rid of "In God We Trust" specialty license plates because he says an "extremist hate group" is benefiting from each purchase. The non-profit says it is the victim of a "misinformation campaign."


HORRIBLE: Dog trapped in muzzle for 2 weeks in northeastern Arizona

PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A dog is now recovering after she fell victim to a sad case of animal cruelty in far northeastern Arizona. The stray dog was caught in Tsaile, Arizona, which is in Apache County on the Navajo Nation.


Prescott Valley’s Community Developer Integrating Multimedia Operations with School Media Classes

In its pursuit to integrate with media programs at the local schools, SignalsAZ.com – Talking Glass Media Studios, a subsidiary of the Fain Signature Group of Prescott Valley, has hired two high school interns, who are now collecting a regular paycheck while garnering valuable experience in multimed


Chipotle Mexican Grill Hosts Relay for Life Fundraiser

The Prescott Valley Police Department invites the public to attend its PVPD Team Relay For Life Fundraiser on Saturday, March 9th, 2019 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM at Chipotle Mexican Grill, 5791 E. State Route 69 Ste 100, Prescott Valley.


Bodycam footage shows ISIS suspect being shot by Arizona police officer

Police have released bodycam footage showing an Arizona sheriff’s deputy shooting a man who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State. Sgt. Brandon Wells shot Ismail Hamed, 18, outside a police substation in Maricopa County last month after Hamed called 911, telling the operator he had a knife and


Severe flooding in parts of Northern Arizona

SEDONA, Ariz. (FOX 10) - Severe flooding has hit parts of Northern Arizona, specifically in Sedona where Oak Creek is at its highest peak since 2004. Sedona fire posted several videos to their Facebook page showing rushing water in Oak Creek follo.


Marijuana Safety Bill Mysteriously Blocked In Arizona Senate

lives.” According to Borelli, the bill, a voter-protected measure, requires three-fourths support, or 23 votes in the Senate. While it made it way through two committees, not a single Democrat supported the bill.


KOLD INVESTIGATES: Is MS-13 a problem in southern Arizona?

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - At campaign speeches and in his tweets, President Donald Trump mentions MS-13 as one of the reasons a border wall is a necessity because the situation at the border is a crisis.


Heavy rain brings flooding to parts of northern Arizona

YAVAPAI COUNTY, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Much of Arizona saw heavy rainfall all day Thursday, especially in the high country. Both Oak Creek Canyon and Beaver Creek experienced heavy flooding.


Presidents Day Schedule for the City of Prescott

PRESCOTT, AZ (February 12, 2019) – The City of Prescott offices will be closed on Monday, February 18, 2019, in observance of President’s Day. City Offices will reopen on Tuesday, February 19 at 8 a.m.


Police: Pedestrian dies after being struck by car near Arizona Avenue and Ray Road

CHANDLER, AZ — A pedestrian has died after being struck by a car in Chandler Friday night. The incident happened around 7:15 p.m. near Arizona Avenue and Ray Road. Chandler police tell ABC15 the man was not in a cross walk when he was hit.


Pile Burning Planned February 12th – 28th in the Prescott Basin

Prescott – Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District plan to continue taking advantage of favorable conditions, including fuel moisture levels, winds, and weather forecasts to continue burning piles at various locations in the Prescott Basin Tuesday, February 12th through Thursday, February 28th


Sign removed from Dolphinaris Arizona after 4th dolphin dies, possibly from contact with humans

Signage outside a swim-with-the-dolphins venue in Arizona was removed Friday, one week after the facility was shuttered following the death of the fourth bottlenose dolphin in less than two years, according to reports.


Arizona Lawmaker Accused of Endangering Drought Plan to Protect Water Supply for 40M in U.S. West

Top Arizona Democrats on Friday accused the Republican House speaker of risking the collapse of a drought plan for the Colorado River by pushing legislation that has angered the Gila River Indian Community, a key player in the negotiations to protect the water supply for 40 million people.