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Bradshaw Mountain HS Student Threats Reported to Police

Threats Made By Bradshaw Mountain High School ...

Sales, Menus & Recipes: Chinese New Year!

Chinese New Year: Time for Something ...

Supt. Joe Howard: Our Worst Nightmare

Our country is, once again, mourning a terrible ...

Pile Burning Planned on the Verde Ranger District

You may see smoke this week. Prescott, AZ ...

Arizona Benefits From Strong International Partnerships

Strong trade and business partnerships help keep ...

House Study Committee on Public Safety Personnel Retirement System to Hold Hearing in Globe

Bill's Newscast: Roadwork on 89

SR 89 will be under construction for quite a while.

PSPRS Facts

Got questions about the Public Safety Pension Retirement System?

Arizona's PSPRS Dilemma

The History Behind Arizona's Public Safety Personnel Retirement System, How The Fund Was Hurt After Financial Downturns and How It Has Affected The Various Cities in Arizona.

Campbell & Stringer to Hold Town Hall

Representatives Campbell and Stringer to Hold Town Hall in Prescott

Moving forward with the Event Center.

Opinion: Don't Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater

Simply ignoring the issue won’t make it go away. 

Opinion: About the PSPRS Payments

About the challenges of PSPRS and the unfunded liability. 

Opinion: Prop 443 is Our Only Hope Toward Solvency

Former Senate President says Prescott can’t wait.

Opinion: PSPRS Looms Over Many Arizona Cities

Mayor Oberg joins with 18 other mayors in Arizona to ask Governor Ducey for help. 

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Events | Education News

20 February 2018
Our country is, once again, mourning a terrible school shooting. It is our worst nightmare. Big Idea: Effective school safety is a top-down commitment. Our hard working principals and
19 February 2018
Public Invited to Annual International
18 February 2018
Windy and cooler today. Forecast Discussion:
15 February 2018
It’s about reading and family engagement.
13 February 2018
There’s a new School of Business at Embry-Riddle.

Features | Business & Tech | Sports

20 February 2018
Chinese New Year: Time for Something Different The Chinese New Year is Not a Date, It’s a Season The lunar New Year is celebrated by many in Asia, from Vietnam to Malaysia, and far
19 February 2018
College Roughrider Softball Ladies rock! For
17 February 2018
Public transportation: Guatemalan-style!
16 February 2018
Today is the Home Opener game. Brought to you
15 February 2018
How to prune fruit trees. Overgrown revitalized

Community News

08 February 2018
"You’ll understand, after you see this, what love is all about," explains Director Bruce Lanning, then he laughs. "No, not really." Playing this week at the Prescott Center for the Arts’
07 February 2018
He had to have books read to him, because he
24 January 2018
PCA presents Neil Simon’s Tony/Pulitzer
20 January 2018
About 1400 women joined in the Prescott Women’s
15 January 2018
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Week of

Featured Videos

An impaired driver crashes into a DPS patrol vehicle
An impaired driver crashes into a DPS patrol vehicle

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ecuqi-89b70f An Arizona Department of Public Safety Trooper was northbound on State Route 69, just north of Kachina Drive when a Toyota Pickup truck entered the highway directly in front of him, causing a serious collision.

Jonathan Lines, Chairman of the AZ Republican Party @ RWOP
Jonathan Lines, Chairman of the AZ Republican Party @ RWOP

Jonathan Lines, Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party speaks to the Republican Women of Prescott.

Senior Soccer Athletes' College Signing @ BASIS School
Senior Soccer Athletes' College Signing @ BASIS School

Soccer stars Cori Sullivan and Gavin Underwood sign their letters of intent to play soccer in college.

Rep Stringer Explains Vote on Don Shooter's Expulsion
Rep Stringer Explains Vote on Don Shooter's Expulsion

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-39zzt-87bf78 Representative Stringer explains his "no" vote on the expulsion of Don Shooter - expressing his concern that Shooter was not given due process.