The Prescott Valley Police Department is seeking the public's assistance on a missing person case.
City of Prescott Project Manager Steven Orosz says the Museum has been a great partner in the planning process.
YCSO is attempting to identify a man and woman suspected of passing counterfeit money.
Yavapai County Sheriff Deputies were called out to Black Canyon City for a Domestic Violence incident. A possibly armed suspect was roaming in the area.
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Prescott Valley Performing Arts Presents The Musical Groovy
FULL STORY: Groovy runs from Friday, August 18th, to Saturday, August 26th. There are two performances on Saturdays, one at 2:30pm and another at 7pm, while Friday shows begin at 7pm and the lone Sunday show starts at 2:30pm. Tickets are $12 for general admission and $8 for military. Individuals can buy tickets either online or at the door.
Don’t forget about Prop 442!
FULL STORY: Councilwoman Billie Orr said that many voters may have missed the message about Prop 442 in the midst of the discussion about Prop. 443, the proposal to levy a .75 cent sales tax increase to allow the City to pay down the PSPRS unfunded liability, which will also be on the August 29 ballot.
This investigation took several months.