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Jail inmate dies Monday after being found unresponsive; had police contact in two cities on Sunday
BISBEE — The Cochise County jail inmate who died Monday after being arrested in Tombstone on Sunday night refused emergency medical treatment earlier on Sunday during an unrelated police call in Benson, the Herald/Review has learned.
Silver Alert: Man missing from Tombstone suffers from dementia
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - The Tombstone Marshals Office is asking for the public’s help in finding a missing man. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, 76-year-old Thomas Donnelly may be in a red 2016 Ford Taurus with Minnesota license 786VRN.
Arizona has a history of crazy weather on January 17
When it comes to exciting weather days that Arizona has had through the years, Jan. 17 would be pretty close to the top of that list. The exciting weather date sparked a weather trivia segment on Today in AZ Thursday morning which addressed what weather events have happened on Jan. 17. The multiple
Shootout At The O.K. Corral: What Really Happened In The Most Iconic Event Of The Wild West
In just 30 seconds, 30 rounds were fired and the tensions between a crew of thieving cowboys and vigilante lawmen came to an explosive head. The O.K. Corral shootout has become an iconic footnote in the history of the Wild West. Lawman Wyatt Earp, his brothers, and his faithful friend Doc Holliday f
Good Morning: 1993 jail break resulted in Cochise County lawsuit
Editor’s note: Wednesday we run a “Blast From the Past,” feature - excerpts of articles that ran in the Sierra Vista Herald around this date 25 years ago. ‘Government approves milk hormone’ Washington (AP) - A genetically engineered hormone that enhances milk production in cows is safe and will make
Cowgirls get back in the chase
WILLCOX — Despite a 1-7 start to the season, just two wins have helped propel the Willcox Cowgirls basketball varsity into the chase for a 2A state basketball berth with slightly more than two weeks remaining in the season.
Arizona SNAP recipients receiving Feb. benefits early due to shutdown
PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Economic Security is issuing February food stamp benefits to Arizonans early and in one lump sum as the partial government shutdown continues.
Bird is the word: Wings Over Willcox festival returns to Cochise County
WILLCOX — On Thursday, Willcox’s birding and nature festival returns to Cochise County for its 26th year, giving bird enthusiasts the opportunity to see a variety of fowl soaring overhead on their winter migratory paths.
Troopers help recover 3 children abducted from Idaho on US 93 south of Wikieup, Arizona
WIKIEUP, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Troopers with the Arizona Department of Public Safety helped police in Idaho recover three children that were abducted by their father on U.S. 93 south of Wikieup, Arizona on Wednesday.
SPV residents nabbed as part of drug probe
San Pedro Valley residents were among those rounded up as part of a multi-agency probe that resulted in seizure of drugs, cash, weapons and stolen vehicles and which culminated with several felony arrests Wednesday.
Young, but not tenderfoots: Child poets capture essence of ranch life, Western experience
SIERRA VISTA — When Karlie St. Clair grows up, she plans to be a rich rancher’s wife. The 8-year-old made this announcement through her grand-prize winning poem, “I’m a Ranch Girl” on Saturday at a Cow Pie Party for young cowboy poetry contest winners.
Tohono Chul exhibition looks at the beauty and blight of Arizona copper
When artist Annie Gordon visited the Asarco pit mine in Sahuarita, she was overwhelmed by its massive size. But she was also struck by its geometries and colors. In an artwork inspired by the mine, she focused on the colored spirals winding their way down the pit walls. And she included a delicate p
You’ll Fall In Love With This Quiet Arizona Town That Has More Books Than People
The small town of Benson, Arizona has a population of less than 5,000. Although that number seems small when we’re referring to people, it’s an astronomical amount when referring to books. Still, this little-known bookstore easily surpasses such a collection and is stacked floor-to-ceiling with long